Using exotic dancers as admission workers to lure male students sounds like something out of frat-esque movie. But state and federal officials said that’s exactly what a Miami-based college is accused of doing.
A decade into a dispute about how to divvy up the costs of detaining young offenders, the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and more than two-dozen counties are digging in for more legal fighting.
Citizens Property Insurance enters the 2014 hurricane season believing its finances are on solid ground.
The fight over Florida’s attempt to purge voter rolls just months before an election took another twist Thursday as the Department of Justice subpoenaed information that counties were going to use to remove non-citizens from the rolls, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.