Raiders' Seymour Fined $30K For Punching Dolphins' Incognito Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Richard Seymour has been fined $30,000 by the NFL for throwing a punch during a 34-14 road loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Broward Commissioner Stacy Ritter To Pay $8K FineBroward County Commissioner Stacy Ritter will pay an $8,300 fine after admitting to violating state election law.
Krop High Athletics Fine Cut In Eligibility ScandalThe Florida High School Athletic Association has given Miami's Krop High School a break, cutting $30 thousand from fines imposed in a player scandal that allowed ineligible students to play for the school.
Krop High Athletics Hit With FHSAA ProbationThe Florida High School Athletic Association has finally issued its penalties on the Dr. Krop High School athletics program and it’s going to be awhile before you see Dr. Krop in the playoffs again.
Man Jailed For 'Middle Finger' Gesture In Casey Anthony TrialA man was sentenced to several days in jail after he made an obscene gesture during his attendance at the Casey Anthony trial.
City To Issue Refunds For Red-Light Camera TicketsThousands of drivers who have paid tickets due to red-light cameras in Pembroke Pines will soon get some of their money back. Officials are preparing to issue refunds for tickets issued before a state law took effect in July 2010.
Dolphins May Face League FineIn a recent article from CBSMiami.com news partner the Miami Herald, Dolphins quarterback talked about working with new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll. The only problem is that without a CBA, the Dolphins were breaking the rules and now they may have to pay.
Heat's House Fined For Obscene GestureThe NBA has fined Heat guard Eddie House for making an obscene gesture during Miami's 108-103 win at Oklahoma City on Sunday.
Broward Gets Break On Class Size Penalty Broward County school officials are giving the state a C- for their efforts in reducing a penalty they fined the district for violating the class size cap.
Miami Red Light Cameras Working NowThe City of Miami is ringing-in the New Year with something shiny and bright – new red light cameras at city intersections.
NFL Hands Jets 100k Fine For Tripping IncidentThe National Football League has slapped the New York Jets with a $100,000 fine for violating league rules after coach Sal Alosi intentionally tripped Dolphins player Nolan Carroll during a punt return.