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  • American International Karate Institute helps students learn self-defense

    American International Karate Institute helps students learn self-defense
    The American International Karate Institute in the city of Plantation continues to be one of the top martial arts platforms in South Florida. In the Karate Institute's 34th year, four new black belts were awarded to students by Chief Instructor, Shihan...
  • PB Gardens' Coney, Aquinas' Scarlett among locals invited to The Opening

    PB Gardens' Coney, Aquinas' Scarlett among locals invited to The Opening
    Palm Beach Gardens inside linebacker Tevon Coney and St. Thomas Aquinas running back Jordan Scarlett were invited to attend The Opening, a showcase of the nation's best football players sponsored by Nike. The Opening takes what is considered to be the...
  • Thursday's Bulletin Board

    Thursday Accelerated Competency-Based Program and STEM Expo, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Broward College, 3501 SW Davie Road, Davie. Free. Call 954-201-4924. Concert on the Corner, 6 to 9 p.m. at Davie Road and Orange Drive in Davie. Free. Call 954-797-1166....
  • Red-light cameras make streets safer

    I am mystified by the furor over red-light cameras. The primary issue is safety. That fines raise a lot of money illustrates the extent of the violations taking place. Every article I read mentions that fatalities are down by nearly half, a success...
  • Plantation police seek public's help to identify armed robber

    Authorities are seeking the public's help in identifying a masked gunman who robbed two cashiers at Sears in the Westfield Broward mall. The robber wearing a dark-colored hoodie, a ski mask and carrying a silver handgun stole an undisclosed amount of...
  • Same-sex marriage is issue in Florida courts and on campaign trail

    Same-sex marriage is issue in Florida courts and on campaign trail
    Florida's ban on same-sex marriage is under attack in multiple courtrooms, a fight that's spilling out onto the 2014 campaign trail. Advocates of same-sex marriage are convinced it's a matter of when — not if — gay marriage becomes legal...
  • High school football and basketball players in action

    It's June, it's hot, but never too soon for a sneak peek at some of South Florida's top high school football and boys basketball talent. Sixteen teams representing schools from Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties will compete in a Nike 7 on 7...
  • Firefighters gather in Plantation to compete

    Florida firefighters are converging on Plantation for a week of competition and training. The Florida State Firefighters Association annual convention includes events open to the public. The team competition "Firematics" begins 9 a.m. Saturday at the...
  • South Florida theater producer Jay Harris dies

    Award-winning theater producer Jay H. Harris, whose influence on the South Florida arts scene was felt from Palm Beach to Miami Beach, died Friday afternoon at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale. The Boca Raton resident died of complications from...
  • Same-sex marriage cases

    Same-sex marriage cases
    Same-sex marriage cases in Florida Grimsley v. Scott: Eight same-sex couples seek recognition in Florida of same-sex marriages performed in other states. The lead plaintiffs are Sloan Grimsley, a firefighter and paramedic, and Joyce Albu, a consultant...
  • Plantation to end community bus service

    After Sept. 30, the Plantation community bus service will be no more. Plantation Council members decided to do away with the buses and save the $220,000 a year it costs to run the program, because the number of people who ride the buses have been...
  • Scott signs 'Charlotte's Web' medical pot bill

    Scott signs 'Charlotte's Web' medical pot bill
    TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott signed a bill Monday that legalizes a form of medical marijuana touted as way to help relieve symptoms for children with epilepsy and cancer patients. The Republican-controlled Legislature made a policy about-face this...