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Sloppy Oversight, Missed Deadlines Plague $208M County Contract

Sloppy Oversight, Missed Deadlines Plague $208M County Contract

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Miami-Dade County has mismanaged one of its largest contracts, a $208 million deal to provide door-to-door transportation to the disabled, NBC 6 Investigators have uncovered. Read More

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Jun 9, 2015 Share
Debt Relief for Students at

Debt Relief for Students at "Abusive” For-Profit Schools

But students saddled with loan debt from Corinthian Colleges have been given a lifeline by the U.S. Department of Education: discharge of their student debt. Read More

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Jun 2, 2015 Share
Taxpayers’ Price for Botched MDPD Sting: $1.3M

Taxpayers’ Price for Botched MDPD Sting: $1.3M

Miami-Dade County has agreed to pay $700,000 to the family of a police informant who was shot to death after being seen on video surrendering to police, NBC 6 Investigators have learned. Read More

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May 28, 2015 Share
Did Miami Beach Mayor Go Too Far on Double-Parked Trucks?

Did Miami Beach Mayor Go Too Far on Double-Parked Trucks?

Anyone who drives the narrow, crowded streets of South Beach knows well the problems created by double-parked vehicles, especially by bulky delivery trucks. The city commission last July enacted an ordinance requiring delivery... Read More

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May 19, 2015 Share
Customer Claims Plastic Surgery Center Owes Thousands

Customer Claims Plastic Surgery Center Owes Thousands

Vanity Cosmetic Surgery calls itself the largest cosmetic surgery center in South Florida, claiming it treats more than a thousand patients a week. But some patients claim they seem to be more interested in keeping their money than... Read More

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May 14, 2015 Share
Five Years After Foreclosure, Some Keep Homes

Five Years After Foreclosure, Some Keep Homes

More than five years after Florida courts were inundated with foreclosure cases, some of those sued have found a way to stay in their homes without paying their mortgages, thanks to a law called the statute of limitations. Read More

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May 12, 2015 Share
Able-Bodied People Using Handicap Placards

Able-Bodied People Using Handicap Placards

An NBC6 investigation caught drivers using handicap placards that do not belong to them or that they are not entitled to to get convenient parking spaces at a popular South Florida gym. Read More

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May 12, 2015 Share
Official Looking Letters Seek Money for Property Deeds

Official Looking Letters Seek Money for Property Deeds

Bob Butman said he recently got a letter in the mail that made him nervous. On the top, it reads “official court document,” and lists his address and property information. Read More

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May 7, 2015 Share
How IRS Imposters Get People to Pay Money They Don’t Owe

How IRS Imposters Get People to Pay Money They Don’t Owe

Michael Dobzinski, a spokesperson with the Internal Revenue Service, says the agency is very familiar with the imposters making these types of calls and the high-pressure tactics they use to extort people’s money. Read More

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May 5, 2015 Share
Hackers: Who Are They and Why Are They So Hard to Stop?

Hackers: Who Are They and Why Are They So Hard to Stop?

Computer hacking is big business, striking big business, the U.S. government, even the stock exchange. Security experts say the criminals are tough to find and prosecute because thy are highly organized, operate underground... Read More

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