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  • 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...
  • Two Broward legislative candidates face residency questions

    Two Broward legislative candidates face residency questions
    In one corner: a candidate who doesn’t live in the Broward County district she’s seeking to represent. In the other: a candidate who, records show, has lived in Broward for years — even when he was an elected official in Palm Beach...
  • About Scott Israel

    About Scott Israel
    For the past 30 years, Scott J. Israel has continually advanced into positions of increased responsibility as a law enforcement leader.  He spent the first 25 years of his career with the Fort Lauderdale Police Department, a Florida State Accredited and...
  • Two candidates face residency questions

    In one corner: a candidate who doesn't live in the Broward County district she's seeking to represent. In the other: a candidate who, records show, has lived in Broward for years — even when he was an elected official in Palm Beach County. Welcome...
  • Nonprofit hospitals: Do they give back enough?

     Nonprofit hospitals: Do they give back enough?
    Although Orlando is a medium-sized metro, its two main hospital systems rank in the big leagues of top-grossing nonprofit hospitals in the nation, according to a recent report. With annual gross charges of $8 billion, Florida Hospital came in fourth out...
  • 'Sharknado' watch party: Here's where star Cassie Scerbo of Parkland would be

    'Sharknado' watch party: Here's where star Cassie Scerbo of Parkland would be
    You just knew that when the SyFy's channel’s epically awesome “Sharknado” went viral (killer tornados filled with sharks… Yes)  that there would be a South Florida connection. So it comes as no surprise that the bikini-ed and...
  • Queen B of the month: Donna Drysdale

    Queen B of the month: Donna Drysdale
      Donna Drysdale is doing her best to make the trip to treatment smoother. The Parkland resident is the Broward County coordinator for the American Cancer Society’s Road To Recovery program. It’s a nationwide organization that matches cancer...
  • About Eric Eikenberg

    About Eric Eikenberg
    Eric Eikenberg was chief-of-staff for Gov. Charlie Crist and former U.S. Rep. E. Clay Shaw, Jr. After leaving the governor's office, Eikenberg served as senior policy advisor for Holland & Knight. He joined the Everglades Foundation in 2011 where he leads...
  • Project Runway Season 11 contestants start the show tonight

     
    Project Runway Season 11 debuts tonight and the twists are coming early. First off, no Michael Kors. Sad trombone. Secondly, the contestants are competing in teams for the whole season. I'm interested in seeing how Project Runway pulls this off. As I've...
  • Trial begins for doctors blamed in pill mill deaths

     Trial begins for doctors blamed in pill mill deaths
    Two South Florida doctors became "dope dealers" who prescribed massive doses of pain pills — resulting in the overdose deaths of nine people under their care, federal prosecutors said Friday as the physicians' criminal trial began. Defense...
  • Trial starting for 'pill mill' doctors accused of roles in patients' deaths

    Trial starting for 'pill mill' doctors accused of roles in patients' deaths
    Federal prosecutors say they can prove that two South Florida doctors prescribed powerful, addictive pain pills in such an irresponsible way that they should be held criminally accountable for the deaths of nine patients. If convicted of the most...