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Live maggots, roaches found at sushi station

State records show inspectors found live maggots and roaches at the sushi station at China Buffet on Northwest 67th Avenue last week.

John Madden, interim building official

Inspector general opens investigation into building dept.

The Broward Inspector General's Office has opened an investigation into the Fort Lauderdale building department's handling of flooding elevation levels at new housing developments in the city.


Roaches crawling on walls at Snapper's Fish House

Three South Florida restaurants were ordered shut by the Florida Department of Business and Regulation last week.


Hall of Fame baseball player sues Seminole Tribe

Hall of Fame baseball player Brooks Robinson is seeking a settlement of $9.9 million from the Seminole Tribe of Florida over injuries he suffered in a 2012 fall from a stage at the tribe's South Florida casino.

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Bank of America whistleblower at heart of new Ponzi suit

Fort Lauderdale attorney Bill Scherer is suing yet another big bank.

David Newman

Alleged sex abuse victim: I wish jury believed me

Twenty-year-old David Newman says if he had a chance to talk to the jury that acquitted his former youth minister, Jeffrey London, of sexually abusing him and three other boys over the course of years during their childhoods in his London's care,…

Jeffrey London Not Guilty

Jury finds youth minister Jeffrey London not guilty

Former youth minister Jeffrey London cried after a jury found him not guilty of sexual abuse. 

JBI 6pm New bill calls for reports on greyhound injuries

New bill calls for reports on greyhound injuries

It's a sight to see -- and a gambling tradition since the 1930's -- but there's a dirty side to greyhound racing that not everyone knows about.


Shula's Steak House in Miami Beach ordered closed

State inspectors threw a penalty flag at Don Shula's Steak House inside The Alexander hotel in Miami Beach last week.


Rothstein partner pleads guilty in federal court

A former law partner of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein is expected to plead guilty to charges of violating federal campaign finance laws.

Thieves target surveying firms equipment

Caught on camera: Thieves target surveying firms' equipment

South Florida surveying firms are being told to lock up their equipment because thieves are targeting the tools of their trade.

Judge Gisele Pollack

Judge in treatment after relapse

Broward Chief Judge Peter Weinstein confirmed Monday that Drug Court Judge Giselle Pollack is in treatment after she had a second relapse of her own substance abuse problems in court just weeks ago.

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