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  • Prom party stocked with booze, weed, Jello shots and stripper poles foiled hours before it began
    Three charter buses had been booked, several hundred West Boca Community High students had been invited, a party pad had been rented and stocked with booze, pot and stripper poles for a post-prom bash. But it was foiled before it began, a police report said. It was just hours before party time...
  • Casey’s Nickelodeon killer gets life as jury shows mercy
    A Broward jury showed mercy Wednesday to convicted killer Pablo Ibar, refusing to sentence him to death. The Casey’s Nickelodeon murders is a notorious case that has lasted decades in the courts: Ibar and his onetime co-defendant were brought before juries a total of five times over the 25 years...
  • Hollywood wanted everyone to pay for sewer work. Trouble is, that’d be illegal
    Sometimes the law of the land interferes with the best-laid schemes. For nearly two years, Hollywood officials had what they thought was the perfect plan to get the entire city off septic tanks to help prep for sea-level rise and redevelopment: Borrow the $320 million needed to install the missing...
  • Harriet Tubman $20 bill put on hold
    Harriet Tubman, the escaped slave who led dozens of others to freedom on the Underground Railroad and became a voice for women’s suffrage later in life, was all set to take her place on the $20 bill in 2020, just in time for the 100th anniversary of women gaining the right to vote. Only now, […]
  • This floppy-eared bloodhound pup is going to work for the cops
    A bloodhound puppy will carry on the legacy of South Florida’s Ryce family at the Miami Police Department. The canine was donated by Don Ryce, founder of The Jimmy Ryce Center for Victims of Predatory Abduction, which was named after his 9-year-old son who was murdered in south Miami-Dade in 1995....
  • How to honor a great Floridian: Sandy D’Alemberte | Editorial
    Florida lost one of its greatest citizens when Talbot “Sandy” D’Alemberte died of a heart attack Monday. The people lost a lifelong champion of open government and fair courts. The legal profession lost someone who embodied its highest ideals and inspired others. The poor and powerless here and...
  • South Florida summer: How hot will it get?
    A hotter summer may be on the way for South Florida, forcing us to crank up the air conditioners as a 10-year warming trend continues, according to a federal rainy season forecast released Wednesday. The rainy season officially runs from May 15 to Oct. 15, a period when storm routinely sweep over...
  • Review: Even Keel in Fort Lauderdale sets sail with proper seafood
    ★★★½ I have a new favorite spot in town, the bar at Even Keel Fish & Oyster restaurant in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesdays. This is where I can hold a chilled glass of crisp Whitehaven sauvignon blanc from New Zealand in one hand and a briny, mignonette-splashed Shipwreck oyster from Prince Edward Island...
  • Donald Trump would tie Joe Biden in Florida in 2020, poll shows. But Trump would beat other Democrats.
    A poll released Wednesday shows a closely fought 2020 presidential race in Florida, with President Donald Trump doing well. The poll also found that for the first time during his presidency, Florida voters are more positive than negative about Trump’s performance. If the 2020 election were held...
  • Collector loses Bentley, Tesla and other luxury cars in Rio Vista house fire
    At least four luxury cars, including a Bentley and a Tesla, burned during a raging fire in Fort Lauderdale’s tony Rio Vista neighborhood, officials said. The home is owned by a car-collecting enthusiast who splits his time between South Florida and Canada and frequently posts about his cars on...