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  • Motorcyclist in Deerfield Beach crash dies

    A Boca Raton man who was critically injured in a motorcycle crash in Deerfield Beach has died, an official said Wednesday. On April 22, Randall "Randy" Patrick Adamson's motorcycle crashed with a Toyota Scion at West Hillsboro Boulevard and Southwest...
  • Parasailing bill heads to Gov. Scott

    Parasailing bill heads to Gov. Scott
    After falling silent for nearly a month, a bill that would impose stricter rules on commercial parasailing operators passed through both the Florida House and Senate Thursday and now heads to Gov. Rick Scott for his signature. Two Pompano Beach...
  • Gov. Rick Scott's office poring over budget 'turkeys'

    Gov. Rick Scott's office poring over budget 'turkeys'
    TALLAHASSEE – It was the biggest binge on hometown projects since the pre-Great Recession days. The Florida Legislature used its best financial outlook in nearly a decade this spring to sprinkle in more taxpayer-funded hometown projects –...
  • Tax group: $120.9 million in budget 'turkeys' identified

    Tax group: $120.9 million in budget 'turkeys' identified
    TALLAHASSEE -- Business-backed Florida TaxWatch Friday singled out nearly $121 million in pet projects lawmakers included in the budget they passed earlier this month as "turkeys" which bypassed normal review processes. The group is asking Gov. Rick...
  • Deerfield bald eagles get protection

    Deerfield bald eagles get protection
    Like many celebrities, the bald eagles of Deerfield Beach need protection from their fans. Dozens of people have come through the park in the past week to take photos of the eagle parents and their eaglet, who peer down on their groupies from a nest...
  • Scott inks $77 billion budget; spares the veto rod

    Scott inks $77 billion budget; spares the veto rod
    TALLAHASSEE – Gov. Rick Scott signed a recordĀ $77 billion, election-year budget Monday that boosts spending on schools and the environment while sparing hundreds of millions in local projects from the threat of vetoes. The spending plan for the...
  • More than half state reps in PB elected unopposed

    More than half state reps in PB elected unopposed
    The race for a seat in the state House of Representatives is already over in half of the districts in Palm Beach County. In five of the nine districts that represent the county, the incumbents were unopposed. Four will see Democrats re-elected, and in...
  • Rothstein lawyer Christina Kitterman gets 5 years in federal prison for fraud

    Rothstein lawyer Christina Kitterman gets 5 years in federal prison for fraud
    Former Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler lawyer Christina Kitterman was sentenced to five years in federal prison Tuesday for impersonating a Florida Bar official in a hoax that helped Scott Rothstein keep his massive investment fraud alive. Kitterman, 39, was...
  • Second suspect charged in dominoes killing

    Second suspect charged in dominoes killing
    Three months after a Fort Lauderdale man was killed by gunfire and another man was wounded while playing dominoes, authorities announced Tuesday the arrest of a second suspect in the case. The first suspect in the shootings was arrested in March, and...
  • 'My father stabbed me,' dying man tells N. Lauderdale neighbor

    'My father stabbed me,' dying man tells N. Lauderdale neighbor
    Tyrone Troutman was just a boy 25 years ago when he saw his dad stab his mom a dozen times in the chest and neck. His mom survived. But history repeated itself at the family home Thursday night when an argument about his mother's stabbing all those...
  • Gary Stein: Pray all you want, but not at City Hall

    I think I've come up with an appropriate prayer to start government meetings in South Florida: "Lord, please make sure our officials don't wind up on the front page of the paper in handcuffs. Please make sure they don't take money from lobbyists after...
  • Parents of twin toddlers who drowned in pool sue Deerfield property owner

    Parents of twin toddlers who drowned in pool sue Deerfield property owner
    The parents of twin toddlers who drowned in their Deerfield Beach apartment complex pool have filed a lawsuit against the property owners, alleging they were negligent in failing to secure the gate at the pool. The parents' attorney, Boca Raton-based...