South Florida Rapper Kodak Black Pleads Not Guilty On Federal Weapons ChargesSouth Florida rapper Kodak Black pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal weapons charges that prevented him from performing last weekend at the Rolling Loud hip-hop festival.
Brenda Snipes, Rick Scott To Square Off In Federal CourtFormer Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes is getting her day in federal court.
Pipe Bomb Suspect To Appear Tuesday In NY Federal CourtWhile many will be focused on Election Day, Tuesday will bring another significant piece of news.
Federal Judge Hands Down $33 Million Malpractice JudgmentAll the money in the world can’t make up for certain, heartbreaking mistakes.
Feds Want Miami Man Who Hid $22.6M In Home Depot Buckets A Miami man who hid $22.6 million in cash in orange Home Depot buckets is wanted by Uncle Sam.
Brothers In Florida Terror Plot Get Maximum Prison SentencesTwo Pakistani-born brothers were sentenced to the maximum possible prison sentences after pleading guilty in Florida to charges of organizing a terror plot against New York City landmarks.
Florida Brothers Get Prison For ID Theft, Unemployment FraudTwo South Florida brothers will spend years in federal prison after pleading guilty in an identity theft and unemployment insurance fraud case.
Former Rep. Rivera's Campaign Associate Pleads GuiltyA woman tied to former Congressman David Rivera has taken a plea deal in federal court. During a hearing Tuesday, Ana Alliegro pleaded guilty to campaign finance charges.
2007 Triple Murder Suspect Returned To Florida To Face Charges A suspect in a 2007 triple murder is back in Florida to face charges.
Man Pleads Guilty In Smuggling Venture That Killed 4 A man from the Bahamas who survived an alleged smuggling attempt which killed four Haitians, pleaded guilty to coming back to the U.S. after he was deported.
Key West Drug Testing Policy Ruled UnconstitutionalA South Florida federal judge declared a policy by the city of Key West that requires drug tests for job applicants unconstitutional.
Second Former County Employee Charged In Bribery Scam A second Miami-Dade public works supervisor has been charged in bribery scam.
Second Delay In Cuban Plane Hijacking TrialThere's been a second delay in the trial of an American who hijacked an airliner to Cuba 30 years ago but decided to return voluntarily.
Rothstein Partner Pleads Guilty To Charges Connected To Ponzi SchemeThe former law partner of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein pleaded guilty, Friday, to charges of violating federal campaign finance laws.
Feds Warn Of Jury Duty ScamsSome South Florida residents called for jury duty have been the target of scammers. Federal officials say the scam takes several forms.