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  • BSO salary database shows part-time retiree out-earns half the staff

    BSO salary database shows part-time retiree out-earns half the staff
    My colleagues Dana Williams and John Maines obtained the Broward Sheriff's Office salary database, and we offer it to you here, with this story. The Broward Sheriff's Office had to make millions in cuts last year and demoted jail detention  deputies...
  • Buying a gun is simple, practice counts

    Buying a gun is simple, practice counts
    The chatter in the aftermath of the Aurora, Colo., movie theater massacre that left 12 dead and dozens injured has gone something like this: The shooter should've never had access to a weapon. Or, things could have turned out differently if an armed hero...
  • Cops among Florida's worst speeders, Sun Sentinel investigation finds

    Cops among Florida's worst speeders, Sun Sentinel investigation finds
    We've all seen it, and now there's proof: Police officers sworn to uphold our traffic laws are among the worst speeders on South Florida roads. A three-month Sun Sentinel investigation found almost 800 cops from a dozen agencies driving 90 to 130 mph...
  • Sheriffs, police chiefs offer money for pill database

    Sheriffs, police chiefs offer money for pill database
    Sheriffs and police chiefs from across Florida offered Monday to pay for a controversial database to track pain-pill prescriptions, a state project that legislators have so far declined to fund. The lack of definite funding source has been one of the...
  • Governor wants to kill pill mill database

    Governor wants to kill pill mill database
    Gov. Rick Scott has proposed abolishing a long-awaited computer database that would track every Florida prescription for narcotic drugs, the state's main weapon against pill mills. Documents accompanying Scott's budget proposal Monday ask the Legislature...
  • Lauderdale Lakes bungled its budget, wants bailout -- and must make hard decisions

    Lauderdale Lakes bungled its budget, wants bailout -- and must make hard decisions
    In boom times, like many other cities in South Florida, Lauderdale Lakes spent liberally, opening four new parks, a new pool and a combined library and cultural center. But the 50-year-old city, right in the middle of Broward County, didn't react fast...
  • 8 charged in $70 million workers' comp scheme

    8 charged in $70 million workers' comp scheme
    Eight contractors have been charged in a $70 million "cheat to compete" scheme involving workers' compensation fraud and money laundering, Broward County Sheriff Al Lamberti and Florida Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater announced in a joint press...
  • Sheriff's community day at Mardi Gras

    The public is invited to join Sheriff Al Lamberti and the men and women of the Broward Sheriff’s Office at a Sheriff’s Community Day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 28 at the Mardi Gras Casino in Hallandale Beach. The event is free....
  • FloriDUH's Facebook fools: You'll 'like' this

    Another Facebook fool busted. Steven Mulhall, 21, of Coral Springs, posted a photograph of himself holding a stolen nameplate, which was pried from the door of a Broward Circuit judge's courtroom on his girlfriend's Facebook account, according to...
  • Rothstein Ponzi fallout keeps getting stranger

     
    They say justice is blind, but who knew it's also so damn slow? More than a year after Scott Rothstein Ponzi scheme imploded, Rothstein is the only person behind bars for the billion-dollar fraud. (We think -- Rothstein has been......
  • Broward Sheriff bans 'out of control' tattoos, piercings

     
    It's time to ditch the nose rings and neck tattoos if you work for the Broward Sheriff's Office. The agency has adopted a new policy that bans workers from having exposed tattoos, piercings (other than single earrings) or gold/decorative......