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  • Pompano boy, 14, run over by bus as mother watches in horror

    Pompano boy, 14, run over by bus as mother watches in horror
    A teenage boy trying to catch a Broward County public bus clung to its side, fell and was run over by the 20-ton vehicle — all as the boy's mother and passengers watched in horror. Bus riders screamed for the driver to halt Friday after 14-year-old...
  • Senate Dems ask Scott for multi-state property insurance compact

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Senate Democrats are asking Gov. Rick Scott to call on governors in other states to form a multi-state property insurance effort that they say would spread risk and therefore reduce rates. “Florida cannot do this alone,”...
  • Empresarios boricuas preparan convención en Broward

    Empresarios boricuas preparan convención en Broward
    Las palabras de superación y apoyo mutuo despertaron recuerdos en la abogada Dayra Morales, quien luchó desde joven para salir de la pobreza. “Sé lo que es hacer fila con mi mamá para buscar ‘welfare’ [ayuda social] y sé lo que es...
  • Deputies: Drunken man caught speeding down I-95 with airbags deployed, front end wrecked

    Deputies: Drunken man caught speeding down I-95 with airbags deployed, front end wrecked
    If you don't believe in guardian angels, you might change your mind after reading this. A deputy pulled over Alan Alt, who was sans shirt and shoes, for allegedly barreling down I-95 in Palm Beach County at about 90-mph with his car's airbags deployed...
  • South Florida's chef Tommy Valdes appears on Food Network

    South Florida's chef Tommy Valdes appears on Food Network
    If you dined at Trattoria Bella Cibo during its four-year run in Margate, you know chef Tommy Valdes. He’s the guy who might have told you that a chef is only as good as his sauce and meatballs. Valdes, 49, sold his restaurant last October, had...
  • Scott signs foreclosure bill

    Scott signs foreclosure bill
    Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill Friday designed to speed up foreclosures in Florida, but critics say the measure is unfair to homeowners. HB 87 requires homeowners to respond more quickly to foreclosure filings and gives community associations more power in...
  • Underground dance scenes: swing, salsa and zouk

    Underground dance scenes: swing, salsa and zouk
    Walk into a chic cigar lounge in North Miami Beach where flowing Brazilian zouk dancers — as ethereal as smoky wisps rising from a hookah — command your attention. Or step back in time at a retro club in Boca Raton, alongside charming...
  • South Florida cops are hitting the brakes, new data show

    South Florida cops are hitting the brakes, new data show
    The trend is dramatic and definite: South Florida cops have slowed down big time. The Sun Sentinel examined new SunPass data and found police speeding has dropped significantly since the newspaper published its "Above the Law" investigative series in...
  • Christopher C. Hartman, Mayor Schaefer spokesman, dies at age 67

    Christopher C. Hartman, Mayor Schaefer spokesman, dies at age 67
    Christopher C. Hartman, known as Baltimore's P.T. Barnum when he staged flamboyant media events as press spokesman for Mayor William Donald Schaefer, died of heart failure Thursday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 67 and lived in Cockeysville....
  • 16 current and former Broward mayors support same-sex marriage

    16 current and former Broward mayors support same-sex marriage
    The ranks of “Mayors for Freedom to Marry,” which supports same-sex marriage, have been growing. It includes 358 mayors from around the country. Just over a year ago, there were 178 mayors on the list. A total of 20 Broward and Palm...
  • Palm Beach County Sheriff's plan to avert mass shootings

    Palm Beach County Sheriff's plan to avert mass shootings
    Most South Florida law enforcement agencies say they drill continually for mass shooting events, and if they haven't made it a regular practice, they're partnering with larger departments to prepare. But Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw said...