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  • Palm Beach County marine association picks leader

    Palm Beach County marine association picks leader
    The Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County has a new executive director: Chuck Collins, who led a 10-county region for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for a decade. Collins assumed the post this week, after a search...
  • District 2 election: What a long, strange trip it's been

    District 2 election: What a long, strange trip it's been
    It's hard to set the stage for a stranger election: The race has already been on the ballot, it's been postponed twice, and, inexplicably, it's on a Thursday. The Broward District 2 race, a five-way Democrat contest that's ensnared in litigation, will...
  • Global health means vaccinating the young

    Global health means vaccinating the young
    The world is scrambling to control the Ebola epidemic. Daily we hear about quarantines, possible outbreaks, governmental interventions and the death toll, which is now estimated to be nearly 6,000. Researchers are rushing to develop effective vaccines....
  • After delays, Mississippi State arrives for Orange Bowl

    After delays, Mississippi State arrives for Orange Bowl
    MIAMI — Traveling during the holidays can be complicated. Even for a nationally-ranked college football team set to arrive on private planes at a private gate. After multiple delays, the Mississippi State football team finally reached South...
  • Mississippi State calls recognizing 'eye candy' key to slowing Georgia Tech offense

    Mississippi State calls recognizing 'eye candy' key to slowing Georgia Tech offense
    MIAMI SHORES — Only two teams have broken the 200-yard rushing barrier against Mississippi State all season. No. 7 Mississippi State (10-2) entered Saturday's practice at Barry University days away from its Capital One Orange Bowl date against No....
  • Retired Lauderhill fire chief Edward T. Curran dies at 53

    Retired Lauderhill fire chief Edward T. Curran dies at 53
    Retired Lauderhill Fire Chief Edward T. Curran died Tuesday from cancer. He was 53. Curran served as chief for 14 years before taking an administrative position in city government last year. He joined the department in 1980. "He was my fishing buddy,...
  • South Florida ties have led Strikers

    South Florida ties have led Strikers
    FORT LAUDERDALE — Advancing to the North American Soccer League championship seems a bit remarkable. Among the mix foreign and American players there's a unique commonality and possible reason why the Fort Lauderdale Strikers are unbeaten in their...
  • Memorial A Joyful Moment For Jasper Howard's Fiancee

    Memorial A Joyful Moment For Jasper Howard's Fiancee
    Jazz's daughter is 4 now. Ja'Miya Howard is full of life. She is all personality. "She loves to sing. She loves to dance," said Daneisha Freeman, Ja'Miya's mom and Jasper Howard's fiancée. "She does gymnastics. She started preschool and she loves it....
  • Book details Holocaust's effects on man, father

    Mort Laitner, 65, of Cooper City, was deeply influenced by his father's life as a Holocaust survivor. In his new book, "A Hebraic Obsession," Mort takes the World War II Holocaust experiences of his father (Dr. Wolf Laitner), and the arduous process...
  • Gators ranked No. 7 in preseason AP Top 25, but coach Billy Donovan surely not buying it

    Gators ranked No. 7 in preseason AP Top 25, but coach Billy Donovan surely not buying it
    Coach Billy Donovan's Florida Gators are replacing four seniors from a Final Four team, but national media does not expect his program to take a step back. The Gators will open this season ranked No. 7 in the Associated Press Top 25 as determined by...
  • A virus doesn't require a passport

    A virus doesn't require a passport
    As more Americans become gripped with fear and uncertainty over the threat of the Ebola virus, our government has stumbled at nearly every level, with a tepid "don't panic" response that has failed to alleviate the concerns of the general public or to...