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  • Restaurants step up prevention efforts as hepatitis A outbreak hits record level in Florida
    At Max’s Grille in Boca Raton, and its three sister restaurants in Palm Beach County, more than 60 workers received a hepatitis A vaccine last week in a preventive effort to stop the spread of the contagious liver disease, which has risen to record levels in Florida. With nearly 1,900 confirmed...
  • Atlantic Avenue’s overcrowding crisis has no clear solution
    After months of wrangling, everyone’s finally talking about how to solve the crisis on Atlantic Avenue, where the vibe has sputtered as police and firefighters crack down on rowdy crowds. Trouble is, no one knows what to do about it. Solutions could include hiring more firefighters and overhauling...
  • Trump administration says no more children will be sent to Homestead migrant shelter
    Tensions over immigration policy continued to roil American politics on Monday, as supporters and opponents of President Donald Trump sought political advantage, and moral superiority, in advance of the 2020 election. In Washington, Trump increased tensions over immigration with new restrictions...
  • Two sentenced to 10 years in killing of MMA fighter Aaron Rajman
    Mixed martial arts fighter Aaron Rajman’s presence in the ring was unmistakable in South Florida. As an Orthodox Jew who wore a yarmulke during his fights, he was nicknamed “The Matzoh Brawler.” But Rajman, 25, met a violent end in 2017 but not in a MMA cage. He was shot to death in his bedroom...
  • Plantation shopping center declared unsafe, 9 days after explosion
    Every building in a Plantation shopping center has been declared unsafe after a tremendous explosion there nine days ago. Whether the buildings will ever reopen is unclear. Mayor Lynn Stoner did not respond to requests for comments by email, text or cellphone to explain whether the buildings at...
  • Hollywood police killed man after suspect fired at driver, cops say
    Gunfire disturbed a Hollywood neighborhood Sunday when officers shot and killed a man they say may have fired a gun at another driver, police said. A call was made to 911 at about 2:40 p.m. of a possible shooting in the 7000 block of Liberty Street. “The victim complainant was driving a white van...
  • See what it looks like to go through Broward Sheriff’s use-of-force training
    After recent incidents caught on camera involving questionable use of force by Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies the agency offered a media training session about the use of force. The training incorporated instruction from officers, as well as scenarios to help people understand why force is needed...
  • Space out with Apollo 11 50th anniversary events at South Florida museums
    Fifty years ago this coming Saturday, the crew of Apollo 11 – namely Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Neil Armstrong – bounced across the surface of the moon in a low-gravity lunar ballet. That watershed moment in world history on July 20, 1969, the climax of America’s ambitious quest to win the space race,...
  • Coral Springs officer pleads no contest to kicking suspect’s head
    A Coral Springs police officer pleaded no contest Monday to a misdemeanor battery charge after he kicked a handcuffed shoplifting suspect in the head. Officer Sandy Gomez was given 12 months’ probation and ordered to attend a 13-week anger management course. He was also required to pay $645 in...
  • South Florida man attacked by 6-foot shark is recovering, report says
    With his left leg tightly wrapped in white bandages, a South Florida man who was bitten by a shark in the Bahamas last month was discharged from a Miami hospital. Salvador Ruiz, 50, was snorkeling at Waderick Wells Cay in the Bahamas on June 17 when a six-foot reef shark attacked him, WTVJ-Ch....