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  • Woman facing DUI, other charges gets impatient with judge at bond hearing

    Woman facing DUI, other charges gets impatient with judge at bond hearing
    Despite her name, Pauline Miranda chose not to remain silent during a first-appearance court hearing Monday. "Are we done here, sir?" a fidgety Miranda, 26, of Miami, asked Broward Judge John "Jay" Hurley during a bond court hearing for the numerous...
  • We're spending more on fun things

    We're spending more on fun things
    With the Great Recession in the rearview mirror, we seem to feel more like treating ourselves. We've been eating out more, buying new clothes, spending more on personal care and taking in more entertainment. At the grocery story, we're spending less...
  • Sen. Ring meets with Pembroke Pines firefighters on pensions

      Two Pembroke Pines firefighters met recently with Sen. Jeremy Ring, D-Plantation, to talk about the double-dipping issue in that city. Firefighters with the Professional Firefighters of Pembroke Pines are angry because the city is in the process...
  • Sawgrass Mills ring-snatcher nabbed, police say

    The colorfully clad man who police say snatched a 2.95-carat diamond ring from a jewelry store at Sawgrass Mills is now in custody in an orange jumpsuit that's just as bright. Maurice Blake, 30, was arrested in Miami Gardens late Tuesday, hours after a...
  • Couple caught trying to pawn stolen boat parts in Dania Beach, detectives say

    Couple caught trying to pawn stolen boat parts in Dania Beach, detectives say
    A young couple seen strolling hand in hand through a Dania Beach marina are now accused of at least a dozen burglaries at three boatyards in two weeks, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office. The arrests were relatively easy, detectives said. Paul...
  • Multi-agency sting nets 25 arrests on sex-related charges

    Multi-agency sting nets 25 arrests on sex-related charges
    A multi-agency sting resulted in the arrests of 25 people, including seven men accused of traveling to meet a child to engage in sexual conduct, officials said Friday. Undercover detectives posed as 15-year-old boys and met the men on dating websites...
  • Pines slaying suspect shoots self after pursuit on I-95, police say

    Pines slaying suspect shoots self after pursuit on I-95, police say
    A suspect wanted in the slaying of his girlfriend fatally shot himself Thursday on Interstate 95 as police tried to detain him, officials said. The suicide on the highway delayed southbound traffic in Palm Beach County for nearly four hours, authorities...
  • New school lice policy a head scratcher

    About the change in Broward schools policy regarding head lice. All it will take is one parent to sue because their child got head lice to get the school board to see sense. I am quite sure there will be many teachers out there who would be willing to...
  • Water parks open for the season in Broward and Palm Beach

    Water parks open for the season in Broward and Palm Beach
    Signs of spring in South Florida: exhibition baseball games, an hour more of daylight and water parks turning their faucets on. The four parks operated by Broward County's Parks and Recreation Division open Friday, coinciding with spring break for...
  • Hooping it up to fight diabetes

    West Broward High School's recent DiaBEAT THIS! event not only provided a night out for the community, but also helped in the fight against diabetes. The third annual fundraiser, put on by the Student Organization of Anatomy and Physiology, benefited the...
  • "Unity Through Diversity" offers a big look at India's music and dancing

    "Unity Through Diversity" offers a big look at India's music and dancing
    If anything, the show “Unity Through Diversity” will be a triumph of backstage logistics. The program of Western and Eastern music and dance staged by the Pembroke Pines-based Association of Performing Arts of India features a large cast,...
  • Motorcyclist dies in Weston crash

    A motorcyclist who drove into the path of an oncoming SUV in Weston has died in the hospital, Broward Sheriff's traffic homicide detectives said. Gustavo Enrique Cepeda, 50, of Hialeah, was leaving a Marathon gas station just before 2 p.m. Monday when...