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Broward County

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Top Broward County Articles

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  • Wages, employer costs rising

    A raise or perhaps a new perk may be around the corner if you're employed in South Florida. Employers are feeling pressure to increase workers' wages and benefits to stay competitive as the economy continues to improve in Broward County, according to a...
  • Law would protect Florida children from identity theft

    Law would protect Florida children from identity theft
    You've taught your kids about stranger danger. You make sure they wear helmets when riding a bike and seat belts in a car. But how do you protect them from someone stealing their identity? In the growing scourge of identity theft, children —...
  • Judge orders golf pro Morgan Pressel's accused stalker into mental health facility

    Judge orders golf pro Morgan Pressel's accused stalker into mental health facility
    A Coconut Creek man charged with stalking West Boca golf professional Morgan Pressel must be committed to a state-run mental health facility instead of being prosecuted, a Palm Beach County judge ruled this month. Two court-appointed doctors recently...
  • Sawgrass Expressway stops accepting cash Saturday night

    Sawgrass Expressway stops accepting cash Saturday night
    Hold on to your quarters. The next wave in electronic tolling moves to Broward County with the closure of toll booths on the Sawgrass Expressway starting Saturday night. By 6 a.m. Sunday, all drivers will pay electronically — either with SunPass or...
  • YogaFest gets a foothold

    YogaFest gets a foothold
    If you're looking to stretch your yoga practice, YogaFest is Saturday. Every two hours will bring a new slate of South Florida instructors. Music, food and wellness booths will create a festival vibe, said YogaFest co-director Kelly Brookbank. The...
  • While tracking one warplane mystery, sleuths solve another

    While tracking one warplane mystery, sleuths solve another
    The mystery of Flight 19 remains unsolved. Yet, as a result of the quest to unravel that riddle, another bewildering aviation case has just been cracked. New evidence led two aviation sleuths to believe that a TBM Avenger found in the Everglades 25 years...
  • Broward courthouse parking rate 'really out of line'

     Broward courthouse parking rate 'really out of line'
    Sixty dollars could buy you a pair of new Levis. A family night at the movies. A tank of gas. A pair of running shoes. Or one day of parking at Broward County's courthouse garage in downtown Fort Lauderdale. At $8 an hour, parking in the "east garage"...
  • Fort Lauderdale City Hall caters to critters

    Looking for where the wild things are? Check out Fort Lauderdale City Hall. It's being certified a wildlife habitat by the National Wildlife Federation, providing water, food, covering and a place for critters to raise their offspring. The site has a...
  • Officials show disrespect with FCAT on Passover

    It really wouldn't have taken that much planning by the Palm Beach County School District. One look at the calendar months ago would have told them the Jewish holiday of Passover was occurring this week, which means it was not a good week to schedule the...
  • "In sickness and in health" stirs memories, grief, thanks

    Editor's note: Reaction was swift — and overwhelmingly positive — to the Sun Sentinel's weekend story, In Sickness and in Health, which chronicled the final months of Bernard Richard Schiffer's life and the challenges he and his partner, Chris...
  • Woman accused in theft of Sunrise homeowners association funds

    Woman accused in theft of Sunrise homeowners association funds
    The former acting president of a Sunrise homeowners association was accused by police of stealing thousands of dollars from her community. Catherine Helen Morris, 56, of the Springtree West Cove Homeowners Association, was arrested April 3 and charged...