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Margate Man Charged In Seattle Fire Bomb Attack

A man from Margate has been charged in an arson attack where he allegedly used a fire bomb in Seattle.


Marshall Lee Gore Source: Department of Corrections

Man Scheduled To Die For Miami Murder Gets 2nd Stay Of Execution

A man set to die by lethal injection has received a second stay of execution.


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“The Situation” Vs “The Fitchuation”

“Jersey Shore” star Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino lost his lawsuit against Abercrombie and Fitch Co.’s “The Fitchuation” shirt, Wednesday, in a South Florida federal court.



Women Plead Guilty In Hospital ID Theft Scam

Two Deerfield Beach women have admitted to stealing patient information from a Boca Raton hospital so they could file fraudulent tax returns.


Sketches of Izhar Khan and and his father Hafiz Khan in federal court following their arrest on charges of conspiracy and providing material support to Pakistani Taliban. (CBS4)

Muslim Cleric Found Guilty Of Supporting Pakistani Taliban

After more than five days of deliberations, an elderly Muslim cleric has been found guilty of providing thousands of dollars in support to the Pakistani Taliban.

CBS Miami–03/04/2013

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Report: Miami Police Officer To Plead Guilty To Extortion Charges

A Miami police officer will plead guilty to extortion charges in federal court Friday, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.

CBS Miami–02/01/2013

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Walmart Slapped With Discrimination Suit In Miami Federal Court

Claiming they were discriminated against when it came to wages and promotion opportunities, three female Walmart store employees filed a lawsuit Thursday against the retail giant in federal court in South Florida.



Florida To Release Controversial Voter Purge List

Is your name on the list? You’re about to find out if the State of Florida thinks you shouldn’t be a voter, after making the decision to release a controversial voter purge list to the public.


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Former Plantation Cop Gets 3 Years Plus For Mortgage Fraud

Former Plantation cop Joseph Guaracino is about to learn what a federal pen is like from the inside out, after he was sentenced to three years and seven months in prison Friday after pleading guilty in a mortgage fraud case.


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Documents Say Ex-Senator Dawson Ready For Tax Evasion Plea

A former Florida senator accused of federal tax evasion is apparently ready to plead guilty in the case, according to documents filed with federal court Monday. According to the agreement, all that’s left is working out when she would surrender, and how much she owes the IRS.