The 11 crew members aboard the M/V Delphinus have been stuck on the ship for three months, even since it arrived at port. On April 12 the ship unloaded its cargo and was instantly seized by government to cover debts of the German ship owners.
The largest-ever lawsuit against an auditing firm opens Monday in Miami-Dade County Circuit Court, pitting Big Four firm PwC against a trustee of the defunct Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corporation. At stake: $5.5 billion.
Beruff, who vows to cut taxes if elected, avoided $235,000 in 2015 taxes for his business holdings by claiming that the 1,884 acres his companies bought to develop in the future are agricultural land because they are leased to cattle companies or have planted pine trees or crops.
Elizabeth Hach spent 50 years as a civics teacher and guidance counselor at Miami Edison, North Miami Senior High and MAST Academy and board member of Miami Country Day School. Active in her church, Miami Shores Presbyterian, Hach “had this passion for influencing young people.”
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump rhetorically attacked the Muslim American parents who appeared at the Democratic National Convention last week and criticized him while telling the story of their son, who died while serving in the U.S. Army in Iraq.
The Overtown Visitor Center is working to bring the arts and culture of the area to not just residents, but to people coming from other areas, says Kamila Pritchett, development coordinator for the Black Archives History and Research Foundation of South Florida. Miami-Dade has more visitor centers than any other metro region in the U.S., due in part to its cultural neighborhoods and an initiative from the Greater Miami Convention
Modesto, Calif., Girl Scout Troop 3380 always was, and always will be, “Kristen’s troop” – even now that its 12 members have graduated high school. Kristen Machado formed the troop in 2003 and led it for nine years. Seven of those, she also battled sarcoma cancer – a fight she lost in October 2012.
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson on Saturday relieved a third officer of his police powers in the death of a suspect after autopsy results showed the 18-year-old died of a gunshot wound to the back.
At the lowest point, when chemotherapy had turned Thomas Van der Plaetsen bald and weak at 23, even his brother, coach and biggest fan, Michael, thought chances for a comeback were minuscule. Now, barely a year and a half later, he is heading to the Rio Olympics as the European decathlon champion — and with a full head of hair.
The Overtown Visitor Center is working to bring the arts and culture of the area to not just residents, but to people coming from other areas, says Kamila Pritchett, development coordinator for the Black Archives History and Research Foundation of South Florida. Miami-Dade has more visitor centers than any other metro region in the U.S., due in part to its cultural neighborhoods and an initiative from the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau that has led to five new centers in two years.
Historic Overtown Visitor Center tries to redefine the perception of Overtown
Tropical Everglades Visitor Center has served more than 2 million people
Little Havana Welcome Center has tips for locals and visitors