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Hollywood (Broward, Florida)

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  • Don't reduce protection for endangered waters: Editorial

    Don't reduce protection for endangered waters: Editorial
    Florida's leaders would be poorly cast in a Hollywood blockbuster called "Guardians of the Waterways." Many of the state's rivers and springs have been in a steady decline for years from pollution and excessive groundwater pumping. Yet lawmakers...
  • Hollywood man rapes woman in alley, leaves license behind, police say

    Hollywood man rapes woman in alley, leaves license behind, police say
    A Hollywood man has been charged with two counts of sexual battery on a victim over 12 after police say he raped a woman and fled, leaving his driver's license behind. Larenz Dauquan Daniel, 20, of Hollywood, was arrested Sunday and accused of forcing...
  • Security increases following incidents

    Residents in the North Miami Beach neighborhood where Rabbi Joseph Raksin was gunned down while walking during the Sabbath have noticed an increase in both Miami-Dade and North Miami Beach police presence since the tragedy. Maj. Saima Plasencia of the...
  • Four bodies found floating off Florida coast prompt questions

    (Reuters) - U.S. authorities trying to determine what happened to four men whose bodies were found floating off the Atlantic coast of Florida said a search by air and sea on Monday had turned up no additional victims or any signs of a boat or wreckage....
  • Ex-commissioner keeps Hollywood history alive

    Ex-commissioner keeps Hollywood history alive
    Decades ago, he helped save West Lake and North Beach parks from development. Now ex-Hollywood Commissioner John Williams has memories to share. Williams, now 85 and living in Vero Beach, is donating documents and awards from his commission days to the...
  • 19 migrants come ashore in Florida; 1 dead, another sent to hospital

    Nineteen people believed to be from Haiti were found on Hillsboro Beach, Fla., early Monday morning after the police department was alerted to the beach by nearby condo residents, officials said. Hillsboro Beach Police Maj. Jay Szesnat said police...
  • Four bodies found in water off Hollywood beach; Coast Guard searching area

    Four bodies found in water off Hollywood beach; Coast Guard searching area
    Four dead men found floating in the ocean off Hollywood on Sunday prompted an all-day, all-night search for more bodies and possibly even survivors. U.S. Coast Guard officials said they're fairly certain there are more bodies at sea — at least...
  • Charges dropped against Hollywood man accused of beating, raping woman over four days

    Charges dropped against Hollywood man accused of beating, raping woman over four days
    Charges have been dropped against a Hollywood man accused of holding his girlfriend captive for four days while repeatedly beating, raping and threatening to "gut her like a pig." The woman died of a drug overdose in June, leaving state prosecutors...
  • In District 100 state House race, Democrat Ben Sorensen gets some help from big-money Republicans

    In District 100 state House race, Democrat Ben Sorensen gets some help from big-money Republicans
    Primary day is less than a week away, and in District 100 -- the only open state House seat in South Florida with a three-way race -- one candidate is getting a lot of help from the other party. The Democratic primary will almost certainly determine who...
  • Animals

    AUDUBON SOCIETY'S CENTER FOR BIRDS OF PREY: conservation, education and raptor rehabilitation facility: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday (except holidays); 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland; $5 adults, $4 ages 3-12; 407-644-0190. BLACK HAMMOCK ADVENTURES:...
  • Rick Ferreira: Key to addressing aging infrastructure

    This past weekend, some 800 municipal officials from all across Florida gathered in Broward County for the Florida League of Cities' annual conference. These local government officials had many things to talk about, but so many of the conversations...