The details of the NCAA’s accusations against the University of Miami continue to trickle out with the latest report being the former booster Nevin Shapiro provided approximately $170,000 in impermissible benefits to UM athletes, recruits, coaches and other from 2002-2010.
The number of people asking for unemployment benefits last week dropped to the lowest level since March 2008, according to the Labor Department.
Under the waves, deep in the sea, thousands of varieties of seaweed thrive. A staple ingredient Asian cuisines and cultures for centuries, now, as CBS4′s Vanessa Borge reports, seaweed is harvested and used around the world for food, medicines and other products.
The Department of Children and Families gets a bad rap for the way it manages everything from foster care to adoptions, so its only fair they get credit for a good thing, and the feds say Florida is tops in managing Food Stamps.
A woman living in Florida who used the frozen sperm of her dead husband to give birth to children after his death has been barred by the US Supreme Court from collecting social security survivors benefits in their name.
An effort by Hollywood police officers to claw back lost raises and back pay made no headway Wednesday in a special meeting between city commissioners and union representatives, as the city said it simply didn’t have the money to give it’s first responders what they want.
The University of Miami has agreed to repay back $83,000 to settle their obligations in the bankruptcy case of admitted Ponzi schemer and former athletics booster Nevin Shapiro.
Equal rights activists are applauding Broward County commissioners after they approved the state’s first countywide Equal Benefits Ordinance (EBO) Tuesday.
It turns out the University of Miami isn’t the only Sunshine State school dealing with player eligibility problems due to improper benefits.
The same day that Hollywood failed to meet its deadline to cancel a special election to reform employee pension benefits without incurring more costs, the police and fire union presidents said they are ready to campaign against the referendum.