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Crime and Safety - Sun-SentinelThe Florida Department of Children & Families wants child caregivers to have a resource. And the department is offeing tips — everything from potty training to preventing drug abuse — in handy app forms for tablets or phones or computers. ...
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsLast week's ghoulish face-eating attack on a homeless man on Miami's MacArthur Causeway spurred international headlines and macabre curiosity, but for society's most vulnerable the incident again spotlighted just how dangerous life on the streets can be....
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsThere's a reason some longtime Hollywood residents call the place "Holly-weird." Strange things keep happening in the Broward seaside city that seems snakebit. The latest: New city manager Doug Hewett was arrested for DUI on Easter Sunday. And now Mayor.....
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsPalm Beach County???s underage drinkers, and the restaurants and stores that profit from selling them alcohol, may soon face new warnings aimed at stopping illegal boozing. A proposal given initial approval Tuesday would require any place that sells...
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Dining@LargeIn advance of a December 31st deadline, the Maryland Comptroller's office today released its legally mandated Direct Wine Shipment Report. It's 257 pages, so take care when opening. Scott Calvert has this article in the Baltimore Sun.The first reaction...
The quintessential drunk with a graying beard drooling in his sleep on a park bench is still out there. But the face of the homeless in Lake County has taken a dramatic turn. Think: Single dad raising two preschoolers. Or Mom and three kids, ages 7, 6...
Illinois can't be accused of rushing to embrace medical marijuana: The first state to allow it did so in 1996, and the General Assembly is only now getting around to approving the idea. Whether it will become law is not clear: It now goes to Gov. Pat...
The Bears have gone out of their way this offseason to find a reliable left tackle and to stabilize the entire offensive line. Meanwhile, last year's starting left tackle — J'Marcus Webb — has been spending the offseason trying to find...
The Hartford CourantEvery year the lights go out a little more on the public's right to know about its government, and they're growing dimmer again in 2013. Legislation pending in the Connecticut General Assembly could further erode the state's Freedom of Information Law...
Michelle Ross of Oklahoma City never followed the playing career of Erik Kramer, who was the Bears' quarterback in the mid-1990s. "I am not much of a sports person," she said. But after coming across a Tribune story about Kramer's late son, Griffen,...
Down 2-0 to the Rays in the eighth inning Wednesday, the Rangers got runners to second and third with one out. Right-hander Joel Peralta was on the mound, and the Rangers had switch-hitter Lance Berkman and the left-handed-hitting A.J. Pierzynski on the...
If you're like me and wrote a healthy check last week to pay your dues to Uncle Sam, you probably don't want to hear more about the government wasting your hard-earned dough. But I'm going to stoke your ire anyway, because our president and Congress...
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