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  • Gov. Scott wants $2,500 pay raise for teachers

    Gov. Scott wants $2,500 pay raise for teachers
    Gov. Rick Scott said Wednesday he wants to give all Florida teachers a $2,500 pay raise. "I can think of no better investment for our state than investing in those teachers who work on the frontline of Florida’s future every day by teaching our...
  • Chrystal Hartigan's trial by music

    Chrystal Hartigan's trial by music
    When singer-songwriter Michaela Paige performs Monday night at the Broward Center, the 17-year-old will treat Chrystal Hartigan's Songwriters Showcase the same way she did as a finalist on NBC's singing competition "The Voice": with nervousness and a...
  • Millionaire Raffle $2M grand prize drawing Monday

    Millionaire Raffle $2M grand prize drawing Monday
    Somebody's year is about to end very happily: The drawing for a $2 million raffle prize is Monday. It's called the 25th Anniversary Millionaire Raffle, and there have been six weekly $1 million winners from Nov. 19 through Dec. 23, with none from Palm...
  • $2M raffle grand prize sold in Plantation

    $2M raffle grand prize sold in Plantation
    The climax to a six-week Florida Lottery raffle game should make one South Floridian very happy: the grand prize $2 million ticket was sold in Plantation.  The game is called the 25th Anniversary Millionaire Raffle, and there have been six weekly $1...
  • Davie woman claims $2M raffle win

    Davie woman claims $2M raffle win
    A Davie woman claimed her $2 million 25th Anniversary Millionaire Raffle grand prize at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee Thursday afternoon. Elva Siddique, 56, purchased the winning ticket at Publix, located at 225 S. Flamingo Road in...
  • South Florida cops are hitting the brakes, new data show

    South Florida cops are hitting the brakes, new data show
    The trend is dramatic and definite: South Florida cops have slowed down big time. The Sun Sentinel examined new SunPass data and found police speeding has dropped significantly since the newspaper published its "Above the Law" investigative series in...
  • Holiday decor fanatic jolly; neighbors, not so much | FloriDUH's sure signs Christmas is near

    Holiday decor fanatic jolly; neighbors, not so much | FloriDUH's sure signs Christmas is near
    Every community has one. A holiday light fanatic. They load their homes and yards with enough lights and decorations to outshine Yankee Stadium and make you feel like you've been transported to the Land of the Eternal Sun. Watts up with them? One...
  • REPORTAJE ESPECIAL: policías incumplen sus horas de trabajo

    REPORTAJE ESPECIAL: policías incumplen sus horas de trabajo
    Aún en estos tiempos difíciles, algunos sur floridanos tienen trabajos que les permiten salirse de la oficina, tomarse horas de almuerzo extendidas y terminar el viernes temprano, y aún así cobrar por una jornada laboral completa. ¿Quienes son estos...
  • Mosaic Theatre Goes Dark

    Mosaic Theatre Goes Dark
    It's been a tough time for theater in South Florida. Doors have been shuttered at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, Florida Stage (now the new home of The Plaza Theatre), Promethean Theatre, Caldwell Theatre Company and Rising Action Theatre (recently reborn...
  • See how your charitable giving compares to neighbors'

    See how your charitable giving compares to neighbors'
    'Tis the season for giving and now you can see how charitable you are. You can compare your generosity to your neighbors by going online to a tool devised by the Chronicle of Philanthropy that shows the median charitable contributions by zip code....
  • Broward Republican chairman calls it quits

    Broward Republican chairman calls it quits
    Richard DeNapoli is calling it quits as Broward Republican party chairman, emailing party members Monday that he won't seek a second term running the local party. His decision comes on the heels of the 2012 election blowout in which Republicans lost all...
  • Turn in old devices to AT&T and donate value to Cell Phones For Soldiers

    Have an old cell phone or tablet you don’t need anymore and want to help troops? Take it to an AT&T-owned store (not authorized dealer) and request that its trade-in value be donated to Cell Phones For Soldiers, a nonprofit that helps troops...