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  • Broward Clerk of Court race pits two Democrats in technology battle

    Technology, its implementation or lack thereof, is the key issue in the Broward County court clerk's race. Both Democratic contenders in the primary election, which will be decided Aug. 14, are bent on streamlining the court's recordkeeping system by...
  • Eight candidates running for three Broward Circuit judge jobs

    Eight candidates running for three Broward Circuit judge jobs
    Eight lawyers with a combined 184 years of legal experience are competing for three positions on the Broward Circuit bench this election season. In the Aug. 14 primary, just one Broward Circuit judge – former Chief Judge Dale Ross – is facing...
  • 10 vie for four seats on County Court bench

    Incumbent judges don't often face competition when they seek re-election, but it's been known to happen. In the Aug. 14 primary, two Broward County judges are facing challenges. One, Robert F. "Bob" Diaz of Group 10, has been on the bench since 1992...
  • The Prospector: Lying prospects/coaches only deceiving themselves

    The Prospector: Lying prospects/coaches only deceiving themselves
    When it comes to college football recruiting, there are a lot of things that go on behind the scenes. Illegal deals, illegal benefits, illegal this and illegal that. But something I find even more despicable and completely embarrassing to those...
  • Teel Time: FSU president Barron details ACC-Big 12 issues in unusual, lively statement

    Twitter erupted Monday afternoon when Florida State president Eric Barron, in a statement regarding the Seminoles’ conference affiliation, called the Big 12 “academically weaker” than the ACC. As a keyboard jockey with a mere bachelor&...
  • Learning how to deal with concussions is part of the game

    Learning how to deal with concussions is part of the game
    With more than 60 million children playing sports, according to the National Council of Youth Sports, there are bound to be injuries, particularly head injuries. One of the biggest issues becomes managing and properly treating a concussion if a child...
  • FAMU hazing would not be tolerated in football

    FAMU hazing would not be tolerated in football
    If Robert Champion were a quarterback instead of a drum major,and Julian White were head coach instead of band director, the scene at FAMU would be very different today. For all the unseemly behavior inside college football programs, it's hard to conjure...
  • Spotlight: Lawyer's focus is on intellectual property

    Spotlight: Lawyer's focus is on intellectual property
    Who: Pablo Meles, 49 Lives in Weston and works in Boca Raton From: The law firm of Guntin Meles & Gust PLC, which he co-founded in 2010 To: Intellectual Property Attorney, Duane Morris LLP Start date: December 17, 2012 Experience: Meles worked...
  • SEC football needs to shed FCS cupcakes, schedule tougher nonconference games

    SEC football needs to shed FCS cupcakes, schedule tougher nonconference games
    The Southeastern Conference needs to go on a diet. Forget the cabbage. Put away the watermelon. Leave the grapefruit for the health nuts. What the SEC needs to avoid is the cupcakes. Not the sugary sweet ones that you find next to the deli at the...
  • NCAA sees bumps in the road, but schools pay for the damage

    NCAA sees bumps in the road, but schools pay for the damage
    Come to find out, the creators of the dreaded "lack of institutional control" have been throwing stones from inside their own glass house. The NCAA, short for the National Collegiate Athletic Assn., is now in the kind of damage-control mode that it so...
  • Jane Monheit swings into Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale

    Jane Monheit swings into Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale
    Jane Monheit knows firsthand the life-changing influence that music can have on a young life. As a schoolgirl growing up in the late 1980s on the south shore of Long Island, where the right jeans and the right sneakers were required, Monheit was all...
  • Gators' assistant coaches weigh in on some 2013 recruits

    Gators' assistant coaches weigh in on some 2013 recruits
    Several Gators assistants discussed some of the newest Gators on the school's athletics Web site Gatorzone.com. Here's what they had to say: Gators new WR coach Joker Phillips on Alvin Bailey: Q: What makes him a good prospect at this stage? A:...