The Florida Department of Health had invited journalists to tag along with health workers going door to door to talk to people about the Zika virus. But the workers and Miami Beach residents were not aware of the directive, causing concern and confusion.
Robert Blake, former division chief in the Miami-Dade County Attorney’s Office and general counsel for the Public Health Trust that governs Jackson Hospital, was UM’s vice president and general counsel from 1994 to 2006.
Claudia Mariaca, a candidate for the Doral City Council, has complained that a municipal inspector turned up at her husband’s company to check on an anonymous complaint that it lacked a required occupational license.
At the first City Council meeting since the police-involved shooting of Charles Kinsey, activists spoke out during the public comment portion of the meeting and called for Officer Jonathan Aledda’s firing.
North Miami Beach police are investigating the murder of 19-year-old Christopher Francois, who was found dead in the 1300 block of Northeast 177th Street early Friday. Miami-Dade police found a body in northeast Miami-Dade, near Northeast 177th Street and Eighth Place.
Developer Shahab Karmely says the Taplin Company — whose founder, Martin Taplin, fell to his death in a suicide this spring — double-crossed him on a land deal in Miami’s red-hot downtown. Now he’s suing.
In the four years John Dubois has been in office, he has sued at least 10 people or entities in four lawsuits. Some have called his suits frivolous, including a judge who ordered Dubois to pay the attorney’s fees of the person he sued.
Lacking a shirt as well as hair on his head, a thief pried open a rear door of a Weston Hair Cuttery with a crowbar, according to Broward Sheriff’s Office. He eventually got inside a cash register drawer and took a pouch filled with cash.
Broward Sheriff’s Office
Bald, shirtless man burglarizes hair salon
Quaint Cauley Square gets a facelift
Taxi drivers protest for permits
Fire at FPL substation leaves thousands without power