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Cuba suspends 2 charter flight companies
The Cuban government is suspending the operating permits for two South Florida-based companies that book charter flights to the communist island.
Published on 11/23/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Olive Garden, LongHorn, Red Lobster workers sue parent company
Darden Restaurants violated federal labor laws by underpaying thousands of servers across the country at Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, Red Lobster and other eateries, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday on behalf of ...
Published on 09/06/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Spirit Airlines sued in Miami over passenger fee
Low-cost Spirit Airlines is being sued over a passenger fee the lawsuit claims is deceptive.
Published on 08/08/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Family of toddler wants apology for no-fly mistake
A spokesman for the family of an 18-month-old girl who was pulled off a flight because airline employees thought her name was on the U.S. no-fly list says the girl's parents do not plan to take any legal action.
Published on 05/11/12
Updated on 03/19/13
CDC links eye infections to troubled Ocala pharmacy
Federal health officials confirmed 33 cases of a rare fungal eye infection across seven states on Thursday, stemming from products mixed in a Florida pharmacy that also mixed supplements that killed 21 elite polo horses in ...
Published on 05/03/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Stomach virus affects 100 cruise passengers

Officials with Princess Cruise Lines say a stomach virus affected nearly 100 passengers on a ship that arrived in South Florida as passengers on another ship complained of gastrointestinal illness.

Published on 02/04/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Judge approves $410 million Bank of America overdraft settlement
A federal judge in Miami has approved a $410 million settlement in a lawsuit claiming Bank of America charged excessive overdraft fees.
Published on 11/07/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Deloitte sued for $7.6 billion in mortgage fraud case
A pair of lawsuits filed Monday claim that Deloitte & Touche LLP, one of the nation's largest accounting firms, should pay $7.6 billion in damages for failing through years of audits to detect massive fraud at a now-defunct...
Published on 09/27/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Hundreds in Florida want out of Chinese drywall deal
Hundreds of Floridians potentially want to opt out of a proposed $55 million federal settlement over faulty Chinese drywall in hopes of pursuing individual lawsuits in state courts, the attorney for two families said Wednes...
Published on 09/07/11
Updated on 03/20/13
Rick Scott: State doing right things to create jobs

The governor said the state's economy is also linked to the national job market, which is struggling.

Published on 08/20/11
Updated on 03/20/13
Bacardi reintroduces Cuban beer in South Florida
Bacardi U.S.A. is reintroducing a Cuban beer in South Florida.
Published on 06/24/11
Updated on 03/20/13
Miami Herald's bayfront building sold to developer
The company that publishes The Miami Herald announced Friday that it was selling the newspaper's iconic bayfront building and 14 surrounding acres to an Asian resort and casino developer.
Published on 05/27/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Symphony surprises travelers at Miami airport
Travelers at Miami International Airport were surprised with a performance by the Miami Symphony Orchestra.
Published on 05/15/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Delta jet engine fails over Fort Lauderdale; pieces found near airport

A Delta plane's engine failed in mid-air over Florida, forcing the flight to make an emergency landing this morning, authorities said.

Published on 02/20/11
Updated on 03/19/13
Florida Medicaid patients may lose dental, vision, mental health services

State Senate leaders may propose cutting dentistry, optometry and mental health services for Medicaid patients as they try to curb the program's budget, which is expected to top $21 billion next year.

Published on 02/10/11
Updated on 03/19/13