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  • Collision with the law, Day 2: Cop crashes leave devastated families

    Collision with the law, Day 2: Cop crashes leave devastated families
    Almost three years after her brother's death, Aluria Clarke is still furious. Victor Steen was riding a bicycle in 2009 when a Pensacola police officer tried to pull him over. The 17-year-old didn't stop, so Officer Jerald Ard shot him with a Taser...
  • 2012 FABC Girls All-State Basketball Selections

    2012 FABC Girls All-State Basketball Selections
    Class 8A Player of the Year Taryn Griffey, Dr. Phillips, Soph. Other 8A Selections: Kyndal Skersick, Boone, Sr. Tyisha Moore, Deland, Jr. Ieshia Small, Miami Dr. Krop, Jr. Sydnei McCaskill, Dr. Phillips, Jr. Kai James, Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer, Jr....
  • DP runner takes 2nd in girls Race of Champions at FLrunners.com meet

     
    Dr. Phillips cross country runner Bridget Blake finished second in the girls Race of Champions at the Flrunners.com Invitational on Saturday in Titusville. Blake covered the 3.1-mile course at Chain of Lakes Park in 17 minutes, 45.16 seconds. Kathryn...
  • Aronberg says thanks, but no thanks to a Palm Beach County Commission run

     
    Cross the Palm Beach County Commission off the list of possible destinations for State Sen. Dave Aronberg???s political comeback. Aronberg in August lost the Democratic primary for Florida Attorney General. Term limits are forcing Aronberg, D-Greenacres,...
  • Two Democrats with Palm Beach County ties join state gay rights group???s board.

     
    State Sen. Dave Aronberg, D-Greenacres, and political consultant Eric Johnson, are joining the board of the state gay rights group Florida Together. Aronberg, who is straight, said his presence will bring an element of diversity to the organization???s...
  • County Commission to get new member and pick chair person

     
    New Palm Beach County Commissioner Paulette Burdick on Tuesday takes over the empty commission seat left vacant since August following the latest local government scandal. Also on Tuesday, commissioners are expected to name long-time Commissioner Karen...
  • Voter interest in Tuesday's local elections varies widely in Palm Beach County

     
    Nestled between Delray Beach and Boynton Beach, Gulf Stream is tiny ??? but it there???s big interest in Tuesday???s local election. Gulf Stream has the highest voter interest of any South County community with voting on Tuesday, and the second......
  • Tuesday is Election Day, polls open until 7 p.m.

     
    Tuesday is Election Day in eight cities, towns and villages in Broward and 19 in Palm Beach County. In Plantation, voters will pick a replacement for retiring Mayor Rae Carole Armstrong in a race that has developed into a major......
  • Voter turnout for Palm Beach County cities, towns and villages

     
    Approximate voter turnout numbers for Tuesday's elections in 19 Palm Beach County cities, towns and villages. Countywide, 30,262 people voted out of 246,284 eligible, for a turnout of 12.29 percent. Click here for Broward County numbers. City/votes/...
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Ennis House sells to Ron Burkle for $4.5 million

     
    Frank Lloyd Wright's Ennis House, the architect's Mayan-inspired masterpiece and one of Los Angeles' most cherished landmarks, has sold to billion Ron Burkle for about $4.5 million....
  • Powerball jackpot soars to $220 Million; Lotto to $37 million

     
    Hang onto your hats. we're going for a ride. Wednesday night's Powerball jackpot is estimated at $220 million. And, if that's not enough, the Florida Lotto jackpot will be $37 million. Seven people in Florida managed to get four numbers and the...
  • Friday Morning Reads: Hospitals panic over Scott budget

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The week has finally come to an end and the lawmakers were sent on their merry way home to return in January for the start of the legislative session. Both the Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott were plenty busy this week with the release...