Stocks began plunging Feb. 1 after the Labor Department said wages grew at a rapid clip in January. Investors worried that that meant inflation was rising and that it would push the Federal Reserve to start raising interest rates more quickly, making it more expensive for people and businesses to borrow money..
Their star power is undeniable. Open trophy. Yet neither sister is the top earning female tennis player in the game. Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Over Beckham Plan On November BallotA lawsuit challenging a decision by the Miami commission to allow plans by David Beckham group to build a large soccer stadium complex on city owned land from appearing on the November ballot has been shot down.In The Mood For Venezuelan Food? We Got You Covered We crunched the numbers to find the top Venezuelan restaurants around Miami, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fill the bill.Warby Parker Opens New Vision Center In Coconut GroveNeed a new spot to get your eyes checked or to shop for glasses? Warby Parker has you covered.Miami Gets New Street Vendor: Pepiteria 13There a brand new street vendor in town.Fort Lauderdale Gets A New Steakhouse: Mastro Ocean ClubA new steakhouse and seafood restaurant has opened its doors in the neighborhood.SoFi Gets New Spanish Tapas Bar: Vino TintoSearching for a new Spanish tapas bar? Look no further than this new arrival.Giorgio Cafe Brings Italian Sandwiches To Coral WayIf you got Italian on the mind, a recent opening is need to know.May 9, 2011 at 11:55 amFiled Under:adam tavss, Crime, Husien Shehada, Miami Beach Police, Miami Beach Police Officer, Prosecutors, Samer Shehada, State ProsecutorsMIAMI (CBS4) Former Miami Beach police officer Adam Tavss, cleared 2 months ago in the 2009 shooting of tourist Husien Shehada, is back behind bars for allegedly attacking his former girlfriend, and violating probation on a marijuana charge.Tavss was arrested Sunday morning by Doral Police, and charged with False Imprisonment and Battery. Appearing in Miami Dade bond court Monday morning, Tavss was held on a $6,500 bond, but it was his past brush with the law that caused the former cop the most problems.He had been placed on probation for two years after he was arrested and charged with growing marijuana. He was spared jail time so long as he didn get into further trouble with the law.With his weekend arrest on the battery and false imprisonment charge, the judge said he had appeared to have violated his probation, and ordered him held without bond on that charge.In court, Tavss said his arrest was because of a dispute with ex girlfriend Angelica Ramos, with whom he shares a child.According to the police report, Tavss allegedly her and pulled her to the ground by her hair.