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A Miami-Based Jail Health-Care Company Profits While Patients Die

28 days ago by Brittany Shammas
The voice on the other end of the line sounded so thin, so frail, that at first Erika Williams didn't recognize it as her son's. It was only by the ten digits glowing on her iPhone — the number for the Flagler County jail — that she realized who was calling her February 4, 2019, a balmy Monday in North Florida.

Pre-Hurricane Eviction of Miami Beach Woman Highlights Florida's Lax Tenant Protections

1 month ago by Jess Nelson
Miami Beach residents were boarding up their windows Friday as the threat of Hurricane Dorian still loomed, but one 75-year-old woman instead had all of her belongings thrown out into the street behind her apartment in South Beach.

Seven Stores and Retailers Miami Desperately Needs

2 months ago by Douglas Markowitz
From minimalist basics to high-end concepts, here are the shops we're craving.

Medical Marijuana Cost a Nursing Student Her Spot at Nova Southeastern

5 months ago by Brittany Shammas
When Kaitlin McKeon was confronted with the results of her drug test, she already knew what it would show: positive for marijuana. Before she'd even enrolled in the nursing program at Nova Southeastern University, the bubbly then-23-year-old had told school officials she had a medical marijuana card and used the drug to relieve her chronic stomach pain.

Sexual Assault Is the Most Publicly Reported Crime on Cruises, but Companies Say It's Rare

6 months ago by Meg O'Connor
Jane woke up early. It was five days into the cruise, and the Celebrity Summit would be docked in Bermuda for the rest of the day before setting sail for New Jersey. The night before, the 19-year-old had gone to a show with her parents and her childhood best friend...

Ricky Williams Says a "Weed Fairy" Followed Him After His NFL Career Was Over

7 months ago by Ryan Yousefi
According to Ricky, a "weed fairy" followed him after his retirement. Not literally, figuratively. We think. From Fuji to Australia, strangers would pull Ricky back into the comforting arms of cannabis.

One Year Later, FIU Bridge Collapse Survivors Recall the Tragedy

7 months ago by Jessica Lipscomb
It was as if the bridge appeared out of nowhere. Carlos Badillo had driven past Florida International University before, but on March 15, 2018, he noticed something he hadn't seen just a week earlier. It was a little before 2 p.m., and he was driving east on Tamiami Trail with his wife, Martha Plaza Cevallos. Up ahead, a 174-foot bridge had been erected in front of the Modesto A. Maidique Campus.

Florida Blocks an Infirm 92-Year-Old's Use of Memory Aid and Comfort-Giving CBD Oil

9 months ago by Chuck Strouse
Twice a week, John Kondelka, a 96-year-old Air Force veteran, boards a Go-Go Grampa bus in Hollywood and rides an hour or so, all the way to Kendall, to see his 92-year-old lady friend, an also-retired social worker and flight attendant named Genevieve Kennedy. He wears a string tie sometimes. She's, well,...

Is a West Palm Beach Doctor Heir to the Indian Throne?

9 months ago by Terence Cantarella
Dr. Lord Lee-Benner has seen the dark side of the Sunshine State: its schizophrenics, neurotics, addicts, depressives, illiterate bipolars, disturbed teens, even psychotic ex-ministers. Many of the indigent patients who come to see him at Community Health Center of West Palm Beach, a nonprofit clinic where he volunteers as a...

Bad Medicine

25 years ago by Elise Ackerman
The rumors had been swirling around Miami's AIDS community for at least two years: Dr. Homer L. Kirkpatrick, Jr., would do more for his patients than just treat their HIV infections. But the allegations of sexual misconduct seemed too outrageous to believe. Yet even after some patients began discussing in...

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