The June 2006 killing of Laray “Mookie” Moore was at one time thought by police to be retaliation for another unsolved murder, but his family isn’t buying it.
Francisco Alvarado is a freelance journalist based in Miami with more than 20 years experience reporting and writing true crime yarns and public corruption exposés.
“It’s only about parents’ rights when it suits his needs,” said one attendee at R House’s brunch, just days after the governor claimed the restaurant poses a threat to children.
Gov. Pete Ricketts’ mother bankrolled the group that is trying to get a voter-identification requirement on the ballot.
Joe Gilliam will spend his 60th birthday on Friday in a non-verbal state—two years after someone tried to poison him a second time. His daughter says the suspect list is narrowing.
More than 50 years after a Florida cop’s unsolved murder, a COVID-related death may have cost investigators a huge opportunity to close the case.
For decades, a woman found slain with ligature and binding marks was known only as Mount Vernon Jane Doe. She’s finally been identified—but the hunt for her killer continues.
“I’ve never bagged so many thirtysomething-year-olds, leaving behind young kids, pregnant wives,” one nurse said.
As cases skyrocket, Gov. Ron DeSantis is pushing to penalize school districts for imposing mask mandates—and parents not only fear the virus but that public schools lose out.