State Approves Ending Dog Races At Miami TrackFlorida gambling regulators this week gave a Miami dog track permission to ditch greyhound races but keep more lucrative slot machines and card games, in a first-of-its-kind ruling.
Bond Court Judge Receives Scathing Letter From Police Union PresidentMiami-Dade Bond Court Judge Mindy Glazer has heard plenty of tough talk in her courtroom, but a recent tense encounter came not from the bench, but from a letter, posted on the internet and emailed to her by Miami Police Union President Sgt. Javier Ortiz.
State Target Pari-Mutuels Over Card GamesFlorida gambling regulators filed complaints this week against seven pari-mutuels over a lucrative type of card games, accusing the facilities of illegally operating the games more than three years after state officials first approved them.
Miami Cop Stabbed In Face At Magic City CasinoA Miami police officer was forced to fire after he was stabbed in the face at the Magic City Casino.
University Of Miami Gets $1 Million For Athletics Building RenovationsThe University of Miami football team isn’t the only part of the school’s athletics program getting a boost.
Miami Gets $1 Million For Athletics Building RenovationsMiami received a $1 million gift meant to renovate the entrance building that houses the school's main athletics offices and meeting rooms.
Hundreds Of People Enjoy Annual Croqueta-PaloozaSunday was the second annual Croqueta-Palooza in Miami.
Man Accused Of Robbing Magic City Casino WinnersA man is accused of stalking and robbing Magic City gamblers.
Caretaker Accused Of Stealing Thousands From Elderly Woman The caretaker of an elderly woman was arrested after she allegedly swindled nearly a million dollars out of her charge and went on a gambling spree.
More Than A Thousand Stood Under Heat & Sun For Free Food In MiamiMore than a thousand locals lined up Friday morning for several hours under the scorching sun and heat in Miami for a box full of food.
Magic City Casino Upset With Marlins ParkThe construction of Marlins Park was filled with lawsuits, accusations of wrong-doing, withholding financial documents, and more. Now, even as the stadium is well into the first full season of baseball being played there, the stadium is still causing headaches for Miami-Dade County.
Celebrating New Year's Eve In S. FloridaSouth Florida is the perfect place to celebrate the New Year. The weather is very mild at this time of year, compared to other parts of the country. From parades to fireworks to food, there are plenty of fun ways to ring in 2011 in South Florida.