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  • Did ex-BSO cop Maury Hernandez need to shoot attacker?

     
    The most intriguing story of the weekend involves former BSO deputy Maury Hernandez, who shot a belligerent homeless man outside a Miami Lakes ice cream shop after a confrontation. Shooting a vagrant four times after he hassles your family might......
  • Street artist's win over Fort Lauderdale -- The back story

     
    Among the nice things of being a newspaper columnist: I get to have an opinion, and I sometimes take a rooting interest in my subjects. So I was more than happy to hear that street artist Chuanwen "John" Wang won......
  • McAuliffe drops re-election bid for Palm Beach County state attorney

     
    Palm Beach County State Attorney Michael McAuliffe announced Tuesday that he would not run for re-election. McAuliffe, a Democrat elected in 2008, said he abandoned his re-election because plans to take a private sector position that he would not...
  • Hate fighters to be honored by Anti-Defamation League

     
    Two South Florida law enforcers are being honored for their efforts against hate crimes during the Florida Anti-Defamation League???s regional board meeting tonight. Broward Sheriff???s Capt. Rick Wierzbicki oversees the agency???s hate crimes and anti-...
  • New gig for familiar face at the court house

     
    ?? On August 1, Kathleen Pugh began her new job as the trial court administrator for the 17th Judicial Circuit that serves all of Broward County.?? Court??administration spokeswoman Meredith Bush??says its the second largest circuit in all of Florida....
  • Gov. Rick Scott moves to put his stamp on Palm Beach County judiciary

     
    Gov. Rick Scott made appointments Monday to the Judicial Nominating Commission that recommends candidates for judicial vacancies in Palm Beach County. Scott's office said the governor made three appointments to the commission: Kelly V. Hagar, Shelli A....
  • Seminar for crime fighters who work on behalf of elders

     
    ?? State Attorney Michael McAuliffe and??the Area Agency on Aging Palm Beach/Treasure Coast are hosting a one-day,Elder Financial Exploitation Advanced Training??course with????the Palm Beach County Sheriff???s Office, and the Florida Resource Center...
  • Delray Beach activist criticizes Civil Service Commission ruling

     
    Delray Beach activist Josh Smith sent an angry letter to Mayor Woodie McDuffie after the Civil Service Commission upheld the firing of Pompey Park Recreation Supervisor David Ricks. ???After sitting through the final day of the Civil Service hearing for.....
  • Committee formed to choose next Broward medical examiner

     
    ?? As a medical examiner search committee comprised of Broward leaders has formed to present candidates for Gov. Rick Scott??s approval, the Broward County Commission voted Tuesday to exert home rule over that hiring process. If the county commission...
  • Satz-led committee moves forward to replace Broward medical examiner

     
    ?? A search committee seeking candidates to replace outgoing Broward Medical Examiner Dr. Joshua Perper pushed forward with its mandate Monday, even though the Broward County Commission will vote?? Oct. 11 whether to assume that duty themselves. The...
  • Palm Beach County takes another swipe at Florida open-government law

     
    Palm Beach County???s scandal-plagued County Commission as well as the county???s top law enforcement officials want a get-out-of-jail-free card when it comes to following Florida???s Government in the Sunshine Law. The county???s Criminal Justice...
  • Boynton Beach reconsiders lobbyist ordinance

     
    Boynton Beach commissioners Tuesday contended with the vagueness of the city???s lobbyist registration ordinance and could either tweak or nix it altogether. City Attorney Jim Cherof proposed lobbyists instead submit a form during public meetings when...