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  • OC James Coley likes his QBs, Langham arrives and more from 'Canes camp

    With Kansas transfer Jake Heaps, redshirt freshman Kevin Olsen and true freshmen Brad Kaaya and Malik Rosier still competing for the Hurricanes’ starting quarterback job, Miami coach Al Golden reiterated Saturday he’d like the race narrowed to...
  • 11 Broward School Board candidates compete

    11 Broward School Board candidates compete
    Eleven candidates are vying for five seats on the Broward School Board this year, as the district pushes for an $800 million bond to repair or replace aging buildings. The five incumbents seeking re-election have drawn challenges from district...
  • Top 10 wide receivers/tight ends

    This is the sixth installment of a seven-part series looking at the Top 10 football players by position in Broward and Palm Beach counties. Here's a look at the Top 10 wide receivers/tight ends: Name; School; Year; Ht.; Wt., Committed; Offers Calvin...
  • Injured QB Ryan Williams gets in a few plays as 'Canes continue camp

    Injured QB Ryan Williams gets in a few plays as 'Canes continue camp
    There’s been plenty of focus on Miami’s quarterback battle through the first week of camp with Kansas transfer Jake Heaps and true freshman Brad Kaaya taking the majority of reps with the first team. But on Friday afternoon, it was the...
  • Husband of missing Miramar woman faces new charges

    Husband of missing Miramar woman faces new charges
    The jailed husband of a missing Miramar woman whose murder he's charged with, is now charged with years ago installing spying software on her cellphone when he suspected infidelity. Cid Torrez on Friday — his 41st birthday — appeared in a...
  • High school band director John Rusnak dies at age 58

    He was a saxophone player who loved musical instruments, from the clarinet to the flute to the trombone. And his love of music came through in the classroom, where John Rusnak taught scores of students the art of being in a band. Mr. Rusnak, Marjory...
  • Fender bender preceded killing in Pembroke Pines, lawyers say

    Fender bender preceded killing in Pembroke Pines, lawyers say
    Rodney Gray went to his wife's aid when she phoned to say she had been in a fender bender in their gated neighborhood. He heard someone in the background insulting her, her attorneys said. Gray told his mother, who was visiting from New York for his...
  • Family escapes raging fire that destroyed Miramar house

    Family escapes raging fire that destroyed Miramar house
    A Miramar family is homeless following a raging fire with flames that leaped 10 feet in the air. Thick gray smoke wafted from the partially collapsed roof for several hours after the blaze was extinguished Thursday afternoon, Fire Rescue Lt. Jose...
  • Spirit, flight attendants reach tentative new contract agreement

    In coming months, Spirit Airlines flight attendants will have another chance to vote on a new tentative contract agreement reached with management on Thursday. In February, the unionized flight attendants rejected an earlier tentative agreement reached...
  • Chamber to launch Young Entrepreneurs Academy

    The Miramar Pembroke Pines Regional Chamber of Commerce will host its inaugural Young Entrepreneurs Academy this fall. The academy is a national program that teaches students the process of starting and launching a business or social movement, which they...
  • Miramar plans $5.6M entertainment complex

    Miramar leaders are hoping to make the city an entertainment destination. Valerie Norman Gammon was recently appointed its director of cultural affairs. The former media executive is responsible for branding and marketing the city. "We can bring major...