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  • Delray Beach attorney Al Jacquet files to run for office

     
    The race for Seat 2 of the City Commission began Tuesday when resident Al Jacquet became the first candidate to file with the City Clerk to run for office. Jacquet has been involved with city matters as a member of...
  • Law & Order: Central Florida edition

     
    WASHINGTON — The White House this week named two candidates to fill law-and-order positions in Central Florida: local attorney Roy Dalton to become a Middle District judge and South Florida lawman William Berger to become US Marshal for the Middle...

    DCF chief Wilkins resigns

    TALLAHASSEE -- Department of Children and Families Secretary David Wilkins, who is Gov. Rick Scott's longest serving agency head, resigned today, following weeks of bad publicity over the agency's handling of troubled children. Wilkins will be...

    Gun deer season opening day a time to rekindle family tradition

    MONTELLO, Wis. In the dark of pre-dawn last Saturday, Jim Stern of Wauwatosa, Wis. climbed a ladder and eased into his wooden hunting blind. The 5-by-6 foot box sits atop a knoll and affords an impressive panorama of an oak woodlot. The view is one he's...

    Fort Lauderdale's rules criminalize charity and infringe on liberty

     Fort Lauderdale's rules criminalize  charity and infringe on liberty
    Fort Lauderdale recently made national headlines for criminalizing charity under a new law regulating "Outdoor Food Distribution Centers." One of the first people cited for violating the law was Arnold Abbott, the 90-year old founder of Love Thy Neighbor,...