Broward Sheriff's Col. Rick Frey, who is in charge of all law enforcement operations under Sheriff Al Lamberti, announced his resignation today, BSO sources have confirmed. Frey, left, receiving an awardFrey is meeting with Lamberti and all division chiefs at 3:30 p.m. this afte ... More >>
A previous Atlantis cruiseIt's been a rough few days for Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas. Last weekend, a crew member on the Port Everglades-based megaship was murdered on a beach in Cozumel by a Mexican bartender; now a passenger has been charged with dealing drugs on board.Steven Krumholz, ... More >>
Kat DeLuna will be visiting Miami this week. The Dominican songstress, who enjoyed rampant radio success at the tail end of 2007 and into 2008 with her hit single, "Whine Up" featuring Elephant Man, just turned 21 in November, and it's lucky for her. She's recently kicked off an 8-city ... More >>
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