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  • Band leader Pauly Cohen still swinging at 91

    Band leader Pauly Cohen still swinging at 91
    At 4 p.m. Saturday a diminutive gray-haired gentleman in a tuxedo will stroll up to a microphone and introduce himself to more than 300 people seated in a packed Sunrise Civic Center Theater. A few words of gratitude will end with a simple declaration:...
  • Ring up retail savings using your smartphone and computer

    Ring up retail savings using your smartphone and computer
    It's hip to clip. Those Sunday coupons are money in your pocket. Double dip by dialing into digital deals around South Florida. Just use your smartphone and computer to score even more. Here's five ways to socre more at the store with digital deals:...
  • Broward's political, lobbying establishment gets behind Jim Waldman's Senate campaign

    Broward's political, lobbying establishment gets behind Jim Waldman's Senate campaign
    State Rep. Jim Waldman has one pretty clear message regarding his 2016 candidacy for Florida Senate: Everyone’s behind me, so nobody else ought to bother running. (Memo to former State Sen. Skip Campbell, who held the seat until he was forced from...
  • Mastectomy shop services South Florida

    For Beth Agami, selling bras, camisoles, swimwear and other items to women who've been diagnosed with breast cancer is both a business venture and a personal goal. Agami has at least five relatives — her mom, grandmother, two great-aunts and a...
  • Kaye Stevens left heart in Margate

    Actress and singer Kaye Stevens ran with the Rat Pack in their Las Vegas heyday. She entertained the troops in Vietnam with Bob Hope. But what was the place Stevens loved best, chosen as the location for a new mini-museum honoring her? Margate, Florida....
  • 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,”...
  • 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...
  • Health Safety

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  • 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...
  • Communities split over best time for local elections

    Communities split over best time for local elections
    Tax increases work. Controversial projects help. Scandal is best. Without drama to get people riled up, it's hard to attract voters to March elections such as the Tuesday contests in 23 cities, towns and villages in Broward and Palm Beach counties....
  • 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...