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Bond set at $50,000 for telenovela star accused of fatally punching man


Pablo Lyle being taken away in cuffs April 8 MIAMI - Prosecutors requested Monday that a Mexican telenovela star be held in lieu of a $1 million bond, days after the death of a man the actor punched during a road rage incident in Miami. Pablo Lyle, 32, appeared in court Monday, where the state announced it is considering charging him with second-degree murder in the death of 63-year-old Juan Ricardo Hernandez. Lyle's attorneys argued... Continue Reading...

Facebook Deals With Security Breach, Millions Of User Records Exposed


IMG_0042_lowres MIAMI (CBSMiami) – More than 540 million records of Facebook users were publicly exposed on Amazon’s cloud computing service. According to the cyber-security firm “Upguard,” two ‘third-party’ Facebook app developers posted private data including names, passwords, and email addresses. Researchers said anyone who could find the information online could download it. Facebook says the company’s policies prohibit storing information in a public database. The company also said that once it was alerted to the issue,... Continue Reading...

Confessed Parkland Shooter Nicolas Cruz Must Attend Future Pre-Trial Hearings


FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami/AP) — Attorneys for confessed Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School gunman Nikolas Cruz went before a judge Friday to see if she would waive his attendance at future pretrial hearings. Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer said that in order to obtain the waiver she would have to question Cruz directly. She said if he “knowingly, voluntarily and intelligently” waives his appearance, she will allow it. Cruz’s attorneys wanted him excluded because they felt his presence draws television coverage... Continue Reading...