A chapter in South Florida’s cocaine-dominated history that came to defined the 80′s as the “Cocaine Cowboy” days played out in court Thursday.
A Miami-Dade judge will issue a ruling in two weeks as to whether to hold a hearing for a former hitman for the so-called “Cocaine Cowboys” who has requested parole.
The upcoming November elections include a race for the Broward State Attorney which pits a longtime incumbent against a well-known defense attorney.
As Broward County’s State Attorney for 36 years, Michael Satz rarely has had opponents when he has had to run for re-election.
A man who led police on nearly a half mile chase on the Tamiami Trail in Sweetwater claims he was unarmed when police open fired on him during a traffic stop.
One of the two men charged with using cement and fix-a-flat to cosmetically enhance the buttocks of several people in the South Florida transsexual community made an appearance in court Monday.
The mother of a one-year-old child appeared in court Wednesday to learn that she will not regain custody of her son who officials said suffered an injury while in her care, and also while in foster care.
A Broward judge decided Thursday that an 11-month-old boy in foster care, who was hospitalized this week with a skull fracture, will be placed with a different foster family.