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  • Broward County highway, transit projects at risk if federal money runs out

    Fort Lauderdale's Wave streetcar, express toll lane projects on Interstate 75 and new sidewalks are at risk as federal tax money that helps pay for transportation projects is in danger of running out. Congress is moving swiftly to shore up a budget...
  • Rickard challenges Feld in Broward County Court race

    Ellen Feld won election to the Broward County Court bench six years ago by challenging an incumbent, Julio Gonzalez, so it was no surprise to her this year that her bid for re-election attracted an opponent. Mark William Rickard, 54, a civil lawyer...
  • Two challenge Ian Richards for Broward County Court judge

    Broward County Judge Ian Richards knew he would be challenged when he decided to run for re-election this year. Six years ago, the politically unknown Richards unseated an incumbent judge, Claudia Avalos. He did it quietly, favoring door-to-door...
  • Miramar's Miller becomes second local to decommit from FAU this summer

    Miramar's Miller becomes second local to decommit from FAU this summer
    Summer hasn't radiated the kind of optimism winter generated in terms of FAU's 2015 recruiting class. Miramar defensive back Herb Miller committed to Northern Illinois on Friday making him the second local high school player to decommit from the Owls...
  • Commitments, flips make for wild ending to the week

    Commitments, flips make for wild ending to the week
    So much for a slow Friday in July. The area's recruiting scene was busy when a day that began with Everglades offensive lineman Richard Williams ended with Dwyer's Jarius Adams committing to Rutgers and Miramar's Herb Miller committing to Northern...
  • Free training available for unemployed and youth

    Free: It’s an unemployed or struggling worker’s favorite word. Free: It’s an unemployed or struggling worker’s favorite word. Workers who are unemployed or under-employed and youth out of school can find free skills training in...
  • Illegal cruise text messages based in South Florida

    Illegal cruise text messages based in South Florida
    If you get a text message saying "Win Free Cruise," there's a good chance it came from South Florida. Forty-three percent of the illegal cruise texts nationwide come from South Florida area codes, more than any other metro area, according to Cloudmark,...
  • North Springs Little League All-Stars power past Kendall

    FORT LAUDERDALE -- The clash of the titans never materialized. The North Springs Little League All-Stars unleashed a barrage of offensive fireworks Friday night that lit up the diamond during a sensational 12-1 victory over Kendall at Floyd Hull Stadium....
  • North Springs undefeated

    TAMARAC — The North Springs Major Division All-Stars have reached the first mile-marker on the long road to Williamsport, Pa. and the Little League World Series. The 12-year-olds from Coral Springs completed a perfect run through the District 10...
  • AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers to aid survivors

    Thanks to a historic partnership between the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), the Corporation for National & Community Service and the Association of Jewish Family and Children's Agencies, AmeriCorps VISTA members will be placed in Jewish...
  • Supporters hold bike rally for Marine imprisoned in Mexico

    MIAMI On Independence Day, Andrew Tahmooressi a decorated U.S. Marine won't be barbecuing or relaxing poolside with his friends and family in Weston, Fla. Instead, he'll spend it like he spent the last three months in prison in Mexico. Tahmooressi, who...