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  • Two 'pill mill' doctors sentenced to prison for money laundering

    Two 'pill mill' doctors sentenced to prison for money laundering
    It seemed like a victory for two doctors last summer when a jury cleared them of federal charges they had caused the overdose deaths of eight patients they treated at some of South Florida's most notorious pill mills. But both doctors were found guilty...
  • Island Breeze casino cruise ship gets flowing

    Island Breeze casino cruise ship gets flowing
    Island Breeze executives hope the gambling winds blow favorably. Owners of the refurbished ship, which sails out of the Port of Palm Beach, launched a soft opening March 15 but are now ready to go full-sail. No other Palm Beach County venue offers...
  • Venture capital surges in South Florida

    South Florida has dramatically improved its ability to attract venture capital, raking in more $300 million in 2013. The region, from West Palm Beach to Miami, ranks 16th among U.S. metro regions, according to a new report. In 2013, Boca Raton snagged...
  • Award-winning West Boca teacher brings whimsy to words

    Award-winning West Boca teacher brings whimsy to words
    Michelle Gunning has played the Cat in the Hat, Harry Potter and other storybook characters in her Sandpiper Shores Elementary media center. But midway through a morning session with a kindergarten class Friday, the 34-year-old Gunning found herself...
  • Eau Palm Beach luxury spa giveaway

    If a weekend of pampering is what the doctor ordered, then tap into your creativity for a chance to win a dream escape courtesy of tourism folks in Palm Beach County. Find the best words to describe a photo of a spa treatment and this stress-busting...
  • Memorial gets final OK to do heart transplants

    Adult heart patients in need of a transplant no longer have to travel to Miami, Tampa or Orlando for the procedure. Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood has become the first facility in Broward County with full approval to perform the lifesaving...
  • SunFest to bring Ellie Golding, Robin Thicke to South Florida

    SunFest to bring Ellie Golding, Robin Thicke to South Florida
    SunFest returns to West Palm Beach on April 30 for five days of fun. The waterfront festival, which closes May 4, will bring together local Florida bands and big name celebrities such as Ellie Golding, Robin Thicke, Young the Giant, Alice in Chains, Kid...
  • Man shot multiple times outside West Palm Beach night club

    Man shot multiple times outside West Palm Beach night club
    A man was shot multiple times outside a nightclub in unincorporated West Palm Beach just after midnight Thursday. A Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office deputy heard multiple gunshots while driving in the area of Sugar Daddy's night club, 704 S. Military...
  • Food supply and costs getting worse

    Regarding the March 30 column by Douglas Lyons, "America's 'new normal' will bring higher food prices": It is appalling that our food prices keep increasing at the rate they are. Since our country's economic meltdown, more and more people have had to cut...
  • Karate instructor accused of sex with 12-year-old student

    Karate instructor accused of sex with 12-year-old student
    A former South Florida martial arts instructor lured his 12-year-old student into a sexual relationship — claiming he could help get her poetry published and promising to marry her when she turned 18, prosecutors said Thursday. Alexander Johnson,...
  • Weston hospital starts narcolepsy support group

    A Weston hospital recently launched a support group for those with narcolepsy. Officials at Cleveland Clinic Florida said it's the first in the state to be associated with the Narcolepsy Network, a nonprofit that educates and helps those with the...