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  • La jueza de Broward Cynthia Imperato acusada de conducir bajo la influencia de sustancias VIDEO

    La jueza de Broward Cynthia Imperato acusada de conducir bajo la influencia de sustancias VIDEO
    La veterana jueza de circuito del condado Broward, Cynthia Imperato está enfrentando cargos de manejar en estado de ebriedad, luego de que su auto fuera visto avanzar de manera errática y casi golpea a otro vehículo en Boca Ratón, según un reporte de la...
  • For vets, land of the free

    Michael McKenna is licking his chops, looking forward to free meals on Sunday and Monday in honor of Veterans Day. "I'm planning on going to Denny's for breakfast, Olive Garden for lunch and either Applebee's or Golden Corral for dinner," the retired...
  • Updated: Lottery: South Florida on a hot streak

    Updated: Lottery: South Florida on a hot streak
     Well, maybe this is the year for a slew of lottery wins in South Florida. We're off to quite a hot streak.  Sonya Ramsey, 45, of Lauderhill, claimed a $500,000 prize in the $5 Monopoly Scratch-Off game at Florida Lottery Headquarters in Tallahassee,...
  • City Furniture hosts "Get to Give" Facebook contest

    City Furniture hosts "Get to Give" Facebook contest
    Tamarac-based City Furniture is hosting a "Get to Give" contest where three lucky winners will score Publix gift cards and have hundreds of dollars donated to their favorite charity. To enter, “Like” City Furniture’s Facebook page,...
  • Runners flock to turkey trots

    Runners flock to turkey trots
    Stuffing your face with turkey and trimmings and then crashing on the couch to watch football is certainly a Thanksgiving Day tradition. But it's not the only one. Turkey trots, 5K and 10K runs and run/walks held on Thanksgiving, are booming in South...
  • Black Girls Run! takes off in South Florida

    Black Girls Run! takes off in South Florida
    Keshia Harvey had tried running on her own, but she really got the bug last year, after she kept seeing photos on Facebook of an old high school friend in North Carolina participating in 5Ks and other races. All the women in the photos wore purple-and-...
  • $12M Lotto win (another one!) for Tamarac Sunoco

    $12M Lotto win (another one!) for Tamarac Sunoco
     A lottery win is supposed to be a once-in-a-lifetime event, but lightning has struck again at a Tamarac Sunoco.  The single Florida Lotto winning ticket was sold at Vic's Sunoco in Tamarac, 8291 N. University Drive. It's worth $12 million, and is the...
  • Swap Shop owner, Coach set for court battle over knockoffs

    Swap Shop owner, Coach set for court battle over knockoffs
    Coming soon to a South Florida courtroom: a legal showdown between designer brand Coach and Preston Henn, the eccentric 82-year-old owner of the famous Swap Shop flea market. The pricey luxury goods company filed a lawsuit against the Swap Shop more...
  • Face time in FAT Village

    Face time in FAT Village
    Crow's feet, laughlines, brow furrows — one man's flaw is another man's muse. Inspired by the stories hidden beneath people's hard-earned wrinkles, artist Guido del Carpio explores the human face in "Lines of Life," an exhibit of 22 colorful...
  • Distrust, bitterness mark relations between county, cities

    Distrust, bitterness mark relations between county, cities
    First there was bickering, then trust issues arose. The relationship grew bitter. Both sides lawyered up. The word "divorce'' was spoken. This is the story of Broward County and its cities. Relations have grown icy as the two sides engage in an...
  • Hallandale kicking red-light cameras to the curb, but will other cities follow?

    Hallandale kicking red-light cameras to the curb, but will other cities follow?
    Hallandale Beach sent a strong message to its red-light cameras this week: Get out of town. Commissioner William Julian's motion passed 4-1 Wednesday, making Hallandale Beach the first city in Broward County to ditch the cameras. Julian believes...