Ultra Fest Audit

Attorney: Ultra VIP freebies were proper

Several city of Miami lawyers and officers of the Bayfront Park Management Trust did nothing wrong by accepting free Ultra Music Festival VIP tickets, according to a legal opinion issued late Thursday by the City Attorney’s office.

Miami Beach

Sex-aid cream not cocaine: Fired cop wins job back

After Miami Beach Police Detective Reinaldo Casas tested positive for cocaine, he insisted that the drug had been unwittingly absorbed into his blood through an erection-enhancing cream he applied to his genitals.


Decision to drop hit-and-run case sparks outrage

Prosecutors on Thursday dropped their case against a University of Miami law school administrator accused of a fatal hit-and-run car crash in Brickell – immediately outraging the relatives of the woman killed.


After Gov. Scott’s secret trip to King Ranch, he tapped a ranch executive for state regulatory board

A Scott campaign spokesman did not respond to questions about whether the governor talked to King Ranch officials about the appointment after his successful hunting trip.


Three charged in airport lounge scam

A 20-year employee of a firm contracted by Miami International Airport to run an exclusive lounge for fliers was arrested Thursday, accused of stealing more than $2 million from the county’s aviation department.


Florida Blue is raising exchange rates an average of 17.6 percent

Florida Blue blames the impacts of older and less healthy adults who use more services for its rising rates.

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