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  • Kiss Chili Cook-off: Sunny and 75...

    Kiss Chili Cook-off: Sunny and 75...
    As Joe Nichols' current song says: Sunny and 75... The WKIS Chili Cook-off is under way today and the sun is shining and the chili is bubbling. A crowd of 22,500 is filing in to C. B. Smith Park and the dress of the day is shorts, tank tops and boots....
  • KISS Chili Cookoff review: Rascal Flatts saves the day

    KISS Chili Cookoff review: Rascal Flatts saves the day
    There's that restaurant cliche about a bite of sherbet between courses to cleanse the palate, and whether that was the goal or not, it's the effect Brantley Gilbert had for Rascal Flatts.  Gilbert certainly is popular, as evidenced by his 2013 ACM Top...
  • Distrust, bitterness mark relations between county, cities

    Distrust, bitterness mark relations between county, cities
    First there was bickering, then trust issues arose. The relationship grew bitter. Both sides lawyered up. The word "divorce'' was spoken. This is the story of Broward County and its cities. Relations have grown icy as the two sides engage in an...
  • Hallandale kicking red-light cameras to the curb, but will other cities follow?

    Hallandale kicking red-light cameras to the curb, but will other cities follow?
    Hallandale Beach sent a strong message to its red-light cameras this week: Get out of town. Commissioner William Julian's motion passed 4-1 Wednesday, making Hallandale Beach the first city in Broward County to ditch the cameras. Julian believes...
  • Another nippy night

    Another nippy night
    This evening should be chilly but not as cold as last night, as the forecast calls for readings in the low to mid 50s. Friday should be mostly sunny and mild during the day, cold again at night. Temperatures should be a bit warmer on Saturday and...
  • Sharief throws $12,000 party to celebrate mayorship

    Sharief throws $12,000 party to celebrate mayorship
    Broward Mayor Barbara Sharief held a big bash when she became mayor in November. Newly released campaign finance reports show she spent some $12,000 in campaign contributions on the affair. Sharief said she held the party because people in the...
  • BrightStar sponsors free financial fitness fair

    BrightStar sponsors free financial fitness fair
    Get into financial shape by attending a free Financial Fitness Fair Thursday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Walter C. Young Middle School, 901 NW 129th Ave., Pembroke Pines. BrightStar Credit Union and the City of Pembroke Pines, is holding the 2nd...
  • Cheerleading All-Stars showcase top routines at state tourney

    Coconut Creek's Karly Ruskin finds a balance between flying through the air as a cheerleader and riding horses. "I think riding horses helps me because I am high on a horse, and here (at cheerleading) I am high in the air," said Ruskin, 10 and a fourth-...
  • Dining scene: From spicy tempura lobster to vegetable ceviche tacos

    Dining scene: From spicy tempura lobster to vegetable ceviche tacos
    Salt7 32 S.E. Second Ave., Delray Beach, 561-274-7258, Salt7.com This flashy restaurant with a wraparound lounge in Worthing Park off bustling Atlantic Avenue has revamped its menu for the first time since opening more than a year ago. "We began our...
  • Rick Scott taps former Republican legislative candidate for South Broward Hospital District board

    Rick Scott taps former Republican legislative candidate for South Broward Hospital District board
    Updated | 6:25 p.m. Original post | 5:08 p.m. Gov. Rick Scott picked a Republican lawyer to fill a spot on the board of the South Broward Hospital District. The hospital district is the government agency that operates hospitals under the Memorial...
  • Back-to-back medical miracles save tiny twin

    GAINESVILLE — Weeks after their twins were born, Krystina Lopez and Jesus Neira were told one of the girls would likely die well before her first birthday. Born with a rare disease that was hardening the tissue of her lungs, Izabella was not...
  • Municipal election qualifying begins Thursday

    Local mayor and commission elections are just around the corner for six Broward and two Palm Beach municipalities. In Broward, qualifying for the March 11 municipal elections begins at noon and ends Jan. 9 at noon for candidates in Hillsboro Beach,...