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How To Co-Parent After A Divorce « CBS Miami

How To Co-Parent After A Divorce Wendy Paris is a journalist and essayist whose work on marriage, relationships, and contemporary culture has appeared in the New York Times, Psychology Today, Glamour, Brides, QZ.com, Salon.com, Travel & Leisure, Essence, and Marketplace radio. She also blogs about the good divorce at WendyParis.com and PsychologyToday.com. Her new book, Splitopia: Dispatches From Today’s Good Continue Reading...

Miami felon on probation gets popped after posting gun range video | Miami Herald

Miami felon on probation gets popped after posting gun range video   A Miami teenager on probation for a mass shooting at a Liberty City nightclub was re-arrested after posting an online video of himself shooting a pistol at a Miami gun range, according to evidence released Friday. Will Campbell, 18, was arrested last month on a charge of violating Continue Reading...

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  Georgia Mom’s ‘Naked Twister’ Party Ends With Guilty Plea, Probation A mom accused of allowing her daughter and teenage friends to smoke marijuana, drink alcohol and play “naked Twister” has sidestepped a serious criminal record by taking advantage of Georgia’s First Time Offenders Act. The woman, 35, of Evens, has been sentenced to six years probation and $600 in Continue Reading...

Craigslist customer robbed at gunpoint in Davie, police say – Sun Sentinel

Craigslist customer robbed at gunpoint in Davie. Davie Police are looking for two men accused of robbing a man who wanted to buy cellphones through a Craigslist advertisement. It happened Wednesday afternoon when the prospective buyer met the two men at Rob’s Family BBQ, 8990 W. State Rd. 84., police said. Instead of pulling out a cellphone, one of the Continue Reading...

Florida Just Made It Harder For Police To Take People’s Stuff

Florida Just Made It Harder For Police To Take People’s Stuff Florida Gov. Rick Scott (R) on Friday signed a bill into law enacting major reforms of a practice that has allowed police to permanently seize people’s property without a conviction or even charging the owner with a crime. Police have come under scrutiny — in Florida and nationwide — Continue Reading...
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