Last night, Ferguson protesters took to the streets after St. Louis County prosecutors announced a grand jury's decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson, who shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9. The massive protests that began over the summer inspired several sol ... More >>
With the rest of the nation still reeling over a Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson for shooting and killing unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown on August 9 and the ensuing Ferguson riots following Monday night's announcement, South Florida has been relatively qu ... More >>
The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that it doesn't have enough evidence to file civil rights charges against George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. The department had been looking into possible hate-crime charges against Zimmerman, who was acquitted last year of second ... More >>
Riviera Beach officials plot a strategy of intimidation — and leave a paper trail
Hey, Frankelstein may have pulled it off (despite the Post's endorsement of her opponent, Al Zucaro), but it was a bad day for incumbents yesterday. Two were knocked loose from Cooper City after it was found out that they enjoyed a glass of wine or two before commission meetings and Susan Foster was ... More >>
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Lozman Fane Lozman was arrested at Riviera Beach City Hall last night for ... speaking at a commission meeting. Lozman, the houseboat-living activist who has been fighting the city to stop their eminent domain effort for a massive redevelopment of the city's waterfront area, was called up to the pod ... More >>
The PBS show about the Sun-Sentinel's award-winning FEMA investigation wasn't exactly great TV, but it wasn't bad either. Doesn't matter much, since nobody saw it (c'mon, 11 a.m. on Labor Day Weekend Sunday?). But there were a few revelations in the documentary: -- John Maines started the invest ... More >>
How to deal with a man holding up $2.4 billion in development: Kick his pooch.
Laws? The Riviera Beach mayor doesn't need laws.
Funny how police take a dim view of a guy holding up $2.4 billion in development.
Brownie In Action Good newspapers today. Damn good, really, but I only have time for the cream of the crop. Sally Kestin had a wet dream of a story regarding the FEMA coverage she led. FEMA released e-mails showing the feds freaked out over the Sun-Sentinel's stories about the agency's waste, fraud ... More >>
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