Too many heroin addicts, too few treatment beds; The runaround in Miami-Dade

By Francisco Alvarado
As a heroin epidemic builds in South Florida, one drug interventionist is finding it difficult to get Miami-Dade County’s assistance to open a long-term treatment facility.

FBI’s attempt to water down judicial order denied; 9/11 documents begin to flow to judge


By Dan Christensen and Anthony Summers
A Fort Lauderdale federal judge Friday gave the FBI another week to produce tens of thousands of pages from its massive 9/11 investigation for his inspection, but forcefully denied government requests that he water down his own previous order requiring disclosure.

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State records about Broward Sheriff altered; Israel to amend his financial disclosure

Scott Israel at his swearing in ceremony in January Photo: CBS4

By Dan Christensen
Online state records that listed Broward Sheriff Scott Israel as a “principal” in a Weston private investigations firm, Talon/G6 Services, were altered last week to delete the sheriff’s name. This week, the sheriff’s lawyer announced that Israel would amend his financial disclosure form after it was disclosed that the sheriff had underreported how much money he was paid last year by a Fort Lauderdale private security company.

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Fresh questions about use of public money for Deutsch’s Ben Gamla charter schools


By William Gjebre
A Broward civic activist has urged the School Board to re-examine whether the publicly funded Ben Gamla charter schools are violating the Constitutional separation of church and state mandate. In response, a top district official has asked for a review of the matter.

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Push to extend ‘Doc’ Sistrunk’s name and legacy raises tensions in Fort Lauderdale

Dr. James F. "Doc" Sistrunk

By William Hladky
To honor James “Doc” Sistrunk’s legacy, the Fort Lauderdale City Commission may have to defy Flagler Village Civic Association opposition to extend the boulevard named for the black physician.

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FBI resists thorough search of vast 9/11 files in Tampa for records about Sarasota Saudis

Times Square on Sept. 11, 2001

By Dan Christensen and Anthony Summers
A mass of documents detailing the Tampa area connection to the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington, many of which may have never been made public, are stored out of sight in the FBI’s Tampa field office.

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Hollywood neighbors oppose ex-U.S. Rep. Deutsch’s plan for another Ben Gamla school

Rendering of proposed Ben Gamla charter School in Hollywood

By William Gjebre
Former Democratic U.S. Congressman Peter Deutsch is pushing to build another Ben Gamla charter school, this time in Hollywood over the opposition of residents in a working-class neighborhood congested by morning and afternoon traffic.

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The Surveillance Reforms Obama Supported Before He Was President


By Kara Brandeisky
When the House of Representatives recently considered an amendment that would have dismantled the NSA’s bulk phone records collection program, the White House swiftly condemned the measure. But five years ago, Illinois Senator Barack Obama supported substantial changes to NSA surveillance programs.

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Broward homicide detective blows whistle on Sheriff Israel; alleges cover up and retaliation

Broward Sheriff's Homicide Detective Jeffrey Kogan Photo: A&E Network

By Dan Christensen
A Broward Sheriff’s homicide detective has filed a whistleblower suit alleging that Sheriff Scott Israel and members of his command staff sought to cover up misconduct by a Fort Lauderdale canine officer at an arrest scene.

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Broward Sheriff picks Armor for lucrative jail contract; questions about cost, care linger


By Dan Christensen
UPDATE: Aug. 8 — Broward Sheriff Scott Israel has chosen Miami’s Armor Correctional Health Services for another lucrative term providing medical, dental and other care to the county’s jail inmates. Click through to read more.

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Broward jail healthcare firm up for new contract did not disclose $800K wrongful death payout

Allen Daniel Hicks died last year as a result of multiple blunders by Armor Correctional Health Services.

By Dan Christensen
A Miami healthcare company looking to renew its multimillion dollar contract to care for Broward’s jail inmates did not disclose in bid documents that it paid an $800,000 wrongful-death settlement earlier this year in Tampa.

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