Wendell Alfredo Nibbs, a physical education teacher at Brownsville Middle School, has been fired after he was arrested and charged with two counts of sexual battery on a familial child, meaning the teacher had custodial care of the child.
As a retired judge investigates allegations of sexual harassment against Florida Sen. Jack Latvala, the accuser, Rachel Perrin Rogers, makes her Senate complaint public. It details what she said he did.
Lowrie Simon, an Opa-locka police officer, was arrested over the weekend after the Broward Sheriff’s Office said he fractured a teenager's jaw during a confrontation in the parking lot at Pembroke Park Church of Christ.
In the wake of Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s roasting in Democratic Party stalwart Donna Brazile’s book and the Weston politician’s failure to fire a tech aide who was under FBI investigation, her husband is now accused of trying to rip off an elderly investor, according to a lawsuit recently filed in Fort Lauderdale.
State Rep. Carlos Trujillo, R-Miami, was questioned by Sens. Bob Menendez and Tim Kaine over a bill that would impose more penalties on deported immigrants during his Senate confirmation hearing to be U.S. ambassador to the Organization of American States.
Ginnybakes, a Miami-based family business that made and sold cookies, bars, crumbles and baking mixes that were organic, gluten-free and kosher, has closed and it is liquidating its assets, court records show.
On the eve of Miami-Dade’s launch of its first new Metrorai train in 33 years, an anti-littering sign image of a stern woman and the slogan, “This isn’t abuela’s house. Keep your seat clean,” has some questioning its point on social media.