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  • Man slashes, runs over teen he said insulted his wife, police say

    Man slashes, runs over teen he said insulted his wife, police say
    Greenacres police said they arrested a man accused of slashing a teen in the face and then running him over in a car because he thought the teen harassed his pregnant wife. Police said they got a call just after 5 p.m. Friday about a man who had been hit...
  • Courthouse parking to drop dramatically

    Courthouse parking to drop dramatically
    Finding parking around the Broward County Courthouse can be like searching for a spot in South Beach, minus the glamor. But it soon may get easier — and less expensive. Broward County commissioners are poised to slash parking rates at the publicly...
  • Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion

    Tri-Rail moving ahead with coastal railroad expansion
    A plan to expand Tri-Rail service would deliver commuters smack in the center of downtowns from West Palm Beach to Miami. A proposed Tri-Rail service, called the "Coastal Link," would use the train tracks running through coastal downtown communities...
  • Fort Lauderdale road repaving repulses residents

    Fort Lauderdale road repaving repulses residents
    The roads in Fort Lauderdale are being paved with good intentions, but residents say the effort is a hell of a mess. They're concerned about a resurfacing process being used by the city for the first time, one that doesn't fix broken roads but tries...
  • Hiatus Road extension still 2 years off

    Hiatus Road extension still 2 years off
    Drivers will have to wait at least two more years before Hiatus Road in Sunrise is a viable north-south through route. A mile-long missing link between Sunrise and Oakland Park boulevards keeps Hiatus from running continuously from McNab Road in Tamarac...
  • Fort Lauderdale surfers feeling shut out

    Fort Lauderdale surfers feeling shut out
    — Surfers hoping to catch a wave off Fort Lauderdale beach first have to catch a break finding a place to park. State Road A1A construction has closed off all but a few on-street metered parking spaces in the popular surfing area between Sunrise...
  • Chicago Riverwalk extension no cakewalk

    Chicago Riverwalk extension no cakewalk
    Building land on water isn't an everyday job, and the $100 million project to extend the Chicago Riverwalk requires more than getting toes wet. Just ask Randy Howland, who heads a team of divers in the welding and carpentry trades. The divers are in the...
  • Take more time to fine-tune aquatic center

    Take more time to fine-tune aquatic center
    The city of Fort Lauderdale has been planning to replace its aging aquatic center for three years now. A little more time to get things right won't hurt. For an iconic facility expected to cost $33.7 million, several questions need to be addressed....
  • For Broward County School Board: Brunson, Mayersohn, Levinson, Rupert and Sakhnovsky

    District 1: Felicia Brunson offers fresh eyes, energy In the Broward County School District 1 race, voters will choose between a veteran incumbent and a rising star. They should aim high and choose the latter: Felicia Brunson. District 1 covers...
  • DUI crackdown begins today

    DUI crackdown begins today
    A national crackdown on impaired begins today and lasts through the Labor Day holiday on Monday, Sept. 1. Local participating agencies in the "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" effort include @SunrisePoliceFL, @MiramarPD and Plantation Police. ...
  • Lauderdale considers aquatic center changes

    Lauderdale considers aquatic center changes
    Designers have been working for three years on plans to replace the city's aging aquatic center, but those plans may not make sense for the very competitors the city hopes to attract. Commissioners have been unwilling to heed critics who have asked the...