Fmr. Opa-Locka City Manager Pleads Guilty In Corruption CaseThe former city manager of Opa-Locka - facing a federal corruption charge - changed his plea to guilty Monday morning.
Fmr. Opa-Locka City Manager Turns Himself InThe former city manager of Opa-locka who is facing federal corruption charges turned himself into police Monday morning.
Fmr. Opa-Locka City Manager Charged In Corruption SchemeThe former city manager of Opa-Locka and public works director are facing corruption charges amid a federal probe into the city.
Congresswoman Calls Case Against Her A "Witch Hunt"Embattled Democratic Congresswoman Corrine Brown has labels the criminal case against her "half truths and (a) witch hunt."
Ex-Sweetwater Mayor To Serve Out Remainder Of Sentence In MiamiA former local politician is back in South Florida today after serving two and a half years in prison.
Opa-Locka Facing Financial Collapse, Corruption & Complete ShutdownAmid an FBI investigation for corruption, authorities say the Miami suburb of Opa-locka is teetering toward financial collapse.
Exclusive: The FBI’s Man Inside Opa-Locka, Part 3Frank Zambrana may turn out to be the star witness in one of the biggest public corruption cases in South Florida, but for now he is a man lost in regret.
Exclusive: The FBI’s Man Inside Opa-Locka, Part 2Frank Zambrana had hoped to find his piece of the American dream repairing and selling farm equipment on an acre of land in Opa-locka.
Exclusive: The FBI’s Man Inside Opa-Locka, Part 1Frank Zambrana had hoped to find his piece of the American dream repairing and selling farm equipment on an acre of land in Opa-locka.
Fmr. Broward Teachers Union Chief Heads To PrisonMinutes after kissing his wife and telling a judge he had nothing more to say, Pat Santeramo shed his jacket and tie and was led away in handcuffs.
Fmr. Broward Teachers Union Chief Sentenced To 5 Years PrisonA former teachers union president has been sentenced to prison after he was found guilty of corruption earlier this year.
Prosecutors Oppose Moving US Sen. Menendez’s Corruption CaseFederal prosecutors for U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez are opposed to moving the corruption case from New Jersey to Washington.