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Broward County

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  • Broward high school results and schedules

    American Heritage's Keith Seymore has Broward County's best chance of earning a medal at the Class 1A state weightlifting competition at the Kissimmee Civic Center on Friday. Seymore, a junior, lifted 325 pounds in the bench press and 290 pounds in the...
  • Convicted terrorism supporter Jose Padilla to be resentenced Aug. 4

     Convicted terrorism supporter Jose Padilla to be resentenced Aug. 4
    Jose Padilla, the convicted terrorism supporter from Broward County, is likely to be sentenced to a tougher term than the 17 years he's already serving after a Miami federal judge Wednesday scheduled a new sentencing date. U.S. District Judge Marcia...
  • Broward County reports drop in overall crime rate

    Broward County reports drop in overall crime rate
    Broward County saw an overall decrease in crime in 2013, following a statewide trend of dropping crime rates, according to statistics released Wednesday. The total number of reported violent and nonviolent crimes in the county dropped from 82,395 in...
  • Travel agents visit Fort Lauderdale's historic black sites

    For many of the more than 30 travel agents who walked through the exhibits of Fort Lauderdale's Old Dillard Museum Wednesday, the experience resonated in special ways. For one — a former teacher — it was the goose bumps she got upon entering...
  • Heritage's Seymore has shot to medal at state weightlifting

    American Heritage's Keith Seymore has Broward County's best chance of earning a medal at the Class 1A state weightlifting competition at the Kissimmee Civic Center on Friday. Seymore, a junior, lifted 325 pounds in the bench press and 290 pounds in the...
  • Chan Lowe's take on the courthouse garage

    Sun Sentinel editorial cartoonist Chan Lowe weighed in on the controversy over the high rates for parking at Broward County's courthouse garage. Click here to see.
  • Feds say 1,000-pound marijuana deal went sour for South Florida men

    Feds say 1,000-pound marijuana deal went sour for South Florida men
    The plan was to smuggle about 1,000 pounds of marijuana from Grand Bahama Island and deliver it to the Broward County drug dealers who would sell it, federal prosecutors said. The people accused of being involved in the crime didn't know that the boat...
  • Broward Democratic Party deals blow to Nan Rich debate push

    Broward Democratic Party deals blow to Nan Rich debate push
    Original post | 10:27 a.m. Updated | 2:28 p.m. In a rebuke to Broward’s favorite daughter candidate for governor, Nan Rich of Weston, the leadership of the Broward Democratic Party overwhelmingly defeated a move to push for a pre-primary...
  • New crosswalk to light up Las Olas Boulevard

    New crosswalk to light up Las Olas Boulevard
    Be prepared to feel like a star — or at least a model — when crossing Las Olas Boulevard. A pedestrian's push of button will soon make the crosswalk at Southeast 13th Avenue light up like a miniature runway. Yellow lights embedded in the...
  • Cheesy goodness at Fort Lauderdale's Daily Melt

    Cheesy goodness at Fort Lauderdale's Daily Melt
    I won't be running out to every restaurant where the specialty is grilled cheese sandwiches, but the brand new Daily Melt, in downtown Fort Lauderdale, is the creation of chef Allen Susser, who for 25 years reigned at his Chef Allen's in Aventura. The...
  • FOOD

    FOOD
    Dining Out for Life: What started as a small fundraiser in Philadelphia in 1991 has grown to a nationwide, one-day blowout to raise much needed money for people with HIV and AIDS. In Broward County, 14 restaurants have signed on to participate with all...