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Broward County

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  • All Aboard Florida: Bus depot critical to Fort Lauderdale development plan

    All Aboard Florida: Bus depot critical to Fort Lauderdale development plan
    All Aboard Florida, the passenger rail line that's about to connect South Florida to Orlando, says a bus depot is the key to the company's efforts to redevelop the downtown area near its Fort Lauderdale station. The firm sees potential for a variety...
  • Apopka, Mainland to host nationally ranked American Heritage

    Apopka, Mainland to host nationally ranked American Heritage
    Plantation American Heritage, which ran roughshod over Class 5A football competition last season, will bring its stockpile of talent into the Sentinel's coverage area twice this fall. The Stallions, No. 6 in MaxPreps' preseason national rankings, will...
  • Re-elect Ian Richards, Ellen Feld to county court

    Re-elect Ian Richards, Ellen Feld to county court
    Re-elect Richards to county court For sheer political theater, there's probably no more interesting contest than the Broward County Court Group 27 race. Judge Ian Richards won the seat in 2008 by running what many thought was a "stealth campaign," in...
  • Man admits stealing driver IDs for tax money

    Man admits stealing driver IDs for tax money
    A Broward County man with some very distinctive facial tattoos — including the Bentley car logo inked on his forehead — pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft and possessing other people's social security numbers Wednesday. Derek...
  • Broward eyes investigators

    Broward eyes investigators
    Just because you say something's true doesn't mean Broward County will take your word for it. A professional gumshoe will check you out. The county this week ranked three private eye firms it's considering hiring for snoopy services, including...
  • Pilot program brings lunch to Broward County kids

    Luedelle Lewis has four children under age 10. Getting enough food on the table can prove challenging, especially with her children around the house for the summer. So it was a relief when she was approached by a pilot program that delivers lunch and...
  • Everglades report shows restoration progress, needs

    Everglades report shows restoration progress, needs
    An Everglades restoration progress report released Tuesday identifies signs of success as well as a long, expensive to-do list to save Florida's fading River of Grass. Florida and the federal government are in the midst of a decades-long, multibillion-...
  • Broward's flood maps take effect Monday

    Broward's flood maps take effect Monday
    Beginning Monday, thousands of Broward County homeowners won't have to carry flood insurance anymore. That's when new flood zone maps take effect Some 60 percent of land parcels that lay in flood zones were dropped in the latest maps. Most are west of...
  • School board details $800 million bond budget

    School board details $800 million bond budget
    Broward County school officials want a $800 million voter-approved subsidy from county taxpayers. Tuesday, those taxpayers got a preview of where much of that money will go: To fix leaky roofs and sputtering air conditioners and improve fire safety....
  • Fort Lauderdale firm strives for happy, healthy crew

    Fort Lauderdale firm strives for happy, healthy crew
    An Alaskan cruise. A trip to London. A new kitchen. Name your dream gift when you mark 20 and 30 years of tenure at Fort Lauderdale-based Team Horner. But the big gift is just the top of many perks and activities for Team Horner's more than 400...
  • Saharan dust fills skies with haze, limits storms

    Saharan dust fills skies with haze, limits storms
    That milky haze filling South Florida's skies, courtesy of Saharan dust that drifted all the way from Africa, should linger through Thursday. That's a good — and not-so good — thing. While it poses no serious health threat, it has hurt air...