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  • High-ranking police officers guarded over Rothstein

    High-ranking police officers guarded over Rothstein
    Twenty-eight city police officials, including captains, majors, undercover officers and the department spokesman, helped guard the home and businesses of attorney Scott Rothstein while, federal agents say, he ran a $1 billion Ponzi scheme. Rothstein...
  • Waiting for more Rothstein dominoes to fall

     
    I wrote about the silent -- and anxious -- wait of Scott Rothstein's former associates for my Sunday print column, and I asked this question: Will they rue the day that Rothstein returned from Morocco? Without Rothstein's return to "face......
  • Police identify suspects in beatings

    Police on Saturday identified two Plantation teenagers as the pair seen on a security video grinning while beating a homeless man Thursday in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Family attorneys were negotiating the surrender of Brian Hooks, 18, and Thomas S....
  • Outreach helps homeless and community

    "Hey, Pete, how you doin'?" A wary and sheepish look, but no answer. "Have you given any thought to what we talked about, Pete?" Another wary and sheepish look. Pete rubs his chin, then bites his nails, then rubs his chin again. A Fort Lauderdale...
  • Solutions at work: Where there's the will

    The mentally ill are the modern lepers. They are exhausting burdens to their families, are feared and shunned by society, and have virtually no voice in public affairs or politics. It is one of the tragedies of their lives, then, that it is completely...
  • Dream of dignity collides with reality

    Being mentally ill is not a crime, but it can get you arrested. It can get you thrown in jail and keep you confined for months in a terrifying place that does nothing to improve your mental health. Once released, unless you're one of the lucky ones, you'...