Insurance fraudsters targeted 94-year-old Miami Gardens woman, authorities say
Authorities arrested two licensed insurance adjusters, one unlicensed insurance adjuster and a mold contractor on multiple felony charges after investigators said they worked together to defraud a 94-year-old Miami Gardens woman and Citizens Insurance.
This Week in South Florida Full Episode: July 23, 2023
On the latest episode of This Week in South Florida, host Glenna Milberg welcomes national political reporter Marc Caputo, Miami Harald editorial page editor Nancy Ancrum, attorney Stephen Hunter Johnson, Ed Pozzuoli, chair of the Broward County GOP, attorney Wayne Golding and Miami-Dade Chief Heat Officer Jane Gilbert.
Singer DaniLeigh accused of DUI hit-and-run in Miami Beach, fracturing victim’s spine
Singer DaniLeigh was arrested on a felony hit-and-run charge early Tuesday morning after police accused her of driving drunk and hitting a moped rider on South Beach, dragging the scooter for about a block before officers caught up with her.
Miami-Dade school moves Biden inauguration poem after parent complaint
The Miami-Dade school district is responding to criticism over a decision to move a poem written by Amanda Gorman, the National Youth Poet Laureate, which was delivered at President Joe Biden’s inauguration, to a school library section aimed at older readers after a parent complained.
PD: Miami International Mall kiosk worker goes on shopping spree with woman’s lost debit card
A southwest Miami-Dade man was taken to jail Tuesday after Doral police accused him of going on an afternoon shopping — and apparently eating — spree at the Miami International Mall with a woman’s lost credit card.
‘Take Me Home’ Wynwood murals encourage pet adoption from Miami-Dade shelter
An animal shelter is meant to be a short transition. It’s supposed to be a safe place for small animals to stay just until they can get adopted. Sometimes animals spend more than a year in a concrete kennel, and the stakes are even higher to get them out of there.
State deploying 500K gallons of fuel to South Florida amid logistical crunch
Tuesday marked another day of long lines at South Florida gas pumps as fuel tankers continued to make their way to South Florida gas stations, playing catch-up after flooding issues created logistical problems at Port Everglades.