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  • Florida lawmakers vow swift action to shield public from sex predators

    State legislators promise to overhaul sex offender laws in response to a Sun Sentinel investigation last week that found Florida has failed to stop hundreds of rapists and child molesters from attacking again. In the Florida Senate and House, leading...
  • Volunteer Profile: Nate D. Handley

    Volunteer Profile: Nate D. Handley
    Managing paralegal and client communications director of a Fort Lauderdale real estate law firm, Nate D. Handley, 33, completed the 30-hour training to be a Guardian ad Litem in 2010.  Guardian ad Litems are trained volunteers appointed by the court to...
  • Pollo Tropical $1 Treat Books benefit Women in Distress

    Pollo Tropical $1 Treat Books benefit Women in Distress
    Pollo Tropical is using coupons to help fight domestic violence in October. Make a $1 donation to benefit Women in Distress of Broward County and get a Treat Book in exchange from the South Florida-based restaurant chain. The savings books, available...
  • Oct. 26 Safewalk-Run to benefit domestic violence victims

    Oct. 26 Safewalk-Run to benefit domestic violence victims
    Every day at first appearance court in downtown Fort Lauderdale, many of the newly arrested from around Broward County are facing domestic violence charges.  Sometimes victims even come to court, bruised and tearful but fearful of retribution from their...
  • Cabbie gets 30 months probation, fine in molesting fare

    A 49-year-old Palatine cab driver has been sentenced to 30 months probation for molesting a woman who had hired him to drive her home from a bar, prosecutors said. Mohammed N. Choudry, of the 100 block of Sterling  Avenue, pleaded guilty in Rolling...
  • Israel divorce law traps women in marriages that died long ago

    Israel divorce law traps women in marriages that died long ago
    JERUSALEM — After four years of marriage, Tamar Tessler filed for divorce, taking her infant daughter and embarking on what she hoped would be a new chapter of her life. Today that daughter is 36 years old — and Tessler is still awaiting the...
  • Prosecutors: After fatally beating infant, dad, 17, played video games

    Prosecutors: After fatally beating infant, dad, 17, played video games
    After allegedly beating his crying 4-month-old boy to death in a West Englewood bedroom, 17-year-old Willie Brown played video games, Cook County prosecutors said today. Brown, who was Demari Brown’s primary caregiver, is charged with the Thursday...
  • Cops warn of man who sexually assaulted woman in Rainbow Beach Park

    Cops warn of man who sexually assaulted woman in Rainbow Beach Park
    Chicago police have issued a community alert after a woman was sexually assaulted at Rainbow Beach Park over the weekend. The attack happened about 12:25 p.m. Sept. 28 as the 24-year-old woman was jogging along the jogging and bike trail on the 7800...
  • Hidden in plain sight

    A Sun investigative report Sunday detailing the efforts of federal, state and local law-enforcement agencies to shut down an alleged prostitution ring operating out of an unremarkable building on East Joppa Road in Towson may have prompted many readers to...
  • Neighbor hits van with lawnmower in Joppa [Harford police blotter]

    Aberdeen Joshua Eatman, 26, of the 900 block of Edmund Street, was charged Friday with second-degree escape. He was also arrested on two warrants in cases in which he was charged with driving while impaired by alcohol and driving with someone younger...
  • TV review: 'Super Fun Night' and Rebel Wilson are still weighed down

    We've come a long way, maybe, since Camryn Manheim made her famous "this is for all the fat girls" acceptance speech at the 1998 Emmys after winning for her portrayal of Ellenor Frutt in "The Practice." Since then, Brooke Elliott won critical praise for...