Your Miami Dolphins are set to kickoff the 2014 season this Sunday against the New England Patriots. And, if you haven't noticed, there have been a few changes around here. The team finally came around to realizing how much Jeff Ireland sucks and hired a new guy who comes from the Tampa Bay Bucs, w ... More >>
Seven years later, Brady Quinn could be a Miami Dolphin! And it's basically because the Dolphins are hurting at quarterback right now (still). Starting QB Ryan Tannehill had a decent performance during the Dolphins' first preseason game over the weekend. But his backups, Matt Moore and Pat Devlin, ... More >>
Detectives are set to announce who they believe to be the suspect in the 1989 disappearance of Tiffany Sessions, a University of Florida student. The Sessions case has been one of Florida's most notorious unsolved crimes, but now the Alachua County Sheriff's Office is poised to announce that Paul R ... More >>
Remember all the hoopla surrounding the "Suck For Luck" campaign last year? Yea, there was a reason for that. The Colts' Andrew Luck decimated the Dolphins defense, leading Indianapolis to the 23-20 victory over Miami on Sunday. Luck went 30-of-48, and set a rookie record by surgically removing t ... More >>
According to former ESPN/MSNBC/Current TV personality, Keith Olbermann, the Miami Marlins have been in discussion with the New York Yankees on a possible trade for third baseman Alex Rodriguez. Olbermann says his sources claim that one possible scenario would be for the Yankees to pay for a portion ... More >>
Former Gov. Charlie Crist was apparently a little closer to Scott Rothstein than we knew. Or maybe not. They blew out the candles on Crist's birthday cake a couple of years ago after giving the governor $52,000 (a grand for each candle). Before the disbarred Rothstein's Pon ... More >>
On the right, that's a portion of the fundraiser flier being circulated by West Broward land baron Ron Bergeron, who's hosting an event for his favorite U.S. Senate candidate, Charlie Crist. (Click to enlarge.) I've highlighted the name of one headlining contributor, Joseph Cobo, the Broward Heal ... More >>
We have the latest on lobbyist Russ Klenet, his wife Broward County Mayor Stacy Ritter, his former boss Joel Steinger, and the Mutual Benefits fraud saga. Sun-SentinelThis brand-spanking new article is based largely on a 2007 deposition taken of Klenet during S ... More >>
I just happened on this classic written by Steve Almond in 1994 about South Florida's hard-driven, complicated, and sometimes brutal mogul. Uh, it jumps. Citizen Wayne - The Unauthorized Biography A college dropout and the product of a broken home, H. Wayne Huizenga rose ... More >>
Welcome to Wellington, home of hot studs, deep tans, and the mother of all custody showdowns. The child in question? A stallion named Bam Bam.
Thanks to our illustrious chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, here's an advance copy of the list: ALL MEDIA James Batten Award for Public Service -Sally Kestin, Megan O'Matz, Jon Burstein; South Florida Sun-Sentinel; FEMA: A Legacy of Waste -Craig Pittman, Matthew Waite; St. Pete ... More >>
Johnny Mitchell gave up football for his tiny, disabled daughter. But the dream dies hard.
No matter which way South Florida sports fans look these days, the W's are down and the L's are up
Bob Horvath was the ultimate company man for GM and sold their cars for 40 years. The thanks he got? The auto giant put him out of business.
In barely two seasons, the management has run the Miami Fusion into the ground. The fans are not pleased.
Pepsi pays Jeff Koons big bucks to lobby for its causes. And the West Palm Beach city commissioner is worth every cent.