More recent South Florida releases.
Cerrella You can read about the Katherine Harris-Bill Nelson debate here and here, but it wasn't much to see. Nelson was, as always, predictable and plodding, the political equivalent of the old crab scuttling on the bottom of the sea. Harris, as the Sun-Sentinel noted, didn't embarrass herself, r ... More >>
The Godfather game isn't personal. It's strictly business.
Jenne goes after the, um, Mafia. Question is, who's the bad guy?
Meet John Mamone -- devoted father, Mafia soldier, government witness
There's a dizzying mix of fantasy and reality in today's Cosa Nostra
In Chianese's case, singing is a good thing
Talking war with dissident Jim Mullins is good for a battle-scarred psyche
When Chris Caulfield got stomped near South Florida's most notorious nightclub, he didn't roll over
Chris Paciello, the dangerous darling of the South Florida nightlife set, has a reputation for fisticuffs. And Mob ties.
Jimmy Sabatino scammed millions of dollars' worth of goods and services by claiming he was a Hollywood player. But the self-described Mafia kid played too rough when he threatened to kill President Clinton.
A year ago Wayne and Danny Dagenais stole guns from a family friend. In an effort to keep then-16-year-old Wayne out of jail, their parents tried to retrieve the weapons. But the plan didn't work.
Investigators are discovering a number of links between beach developers Albert and Dominick Miniaci and Broward underworld figures