News Roundup

  • A former confidant of ex-county Commissioner Barbara Carey-Shuler claims that in the '90s, she accepted kickbacks from developers. [Herald]
  • Tomas Regalado is apparently the "underdog" in the mayoral race, though I'm pretty sure by most measures he's doing just as well as or better than Joe Sanchez. [CBS4]
  • Police are looking for a cargo van driver who dumped a body in Southwest Miami-Dade. [CBS4]
  • Beginning at midnight, police can pull you over simply for not wearing a seatbelt. How cops are going to catch body dumpers while they're so busy nabbing nefarious seatbelt ignorers, I'm not sure. [CBS4]
  • A former Dolphins cheerleader has filed a paternity suit against the owner of the Versace mansion. [NBCMiami]
  • In other cheerleader news, FIU's squad got wet and soapy to save its program. [NBCMiami]
  • North Miami Beach Police nabbed a serial robber. [CBS4]
  • A Miami teen is credited with inventing "popsy cake," which just sounds adorable. [NBCMiami]
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