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  • Man defecated near sidewalk at intersection, deputies said

    Man defecated near sidewalk at intersection, deputies said
    What a crappy thing to do. Guess every one likes to dump on South Florida. That's why is never a good idea to go barefootin'--especially near any business that sells booze. John Cassidy, 60, of Lake Worth, is accused of dropping his pants and...
  • Free back-to-school vaccines offered

    It’s back-to-school time and that means it’s time for students to get their necessary vaccines, too. That’s why the Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County is offering free immunizations for school-age children starting...
  • Casey Anthony: It’s no fun being swept up in rumors

     
    People remain fascinated by Casey Anthony, but it's no fun being engulfed in the rumors about her. Just ask People magazine writer Steve Helling. Some people think he's in the photo of Anthony dining out last week in Lake Worth. He is not. “I really...
  • Clemens files bills to limit number of amendments on the ballot

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Sen. Jeff Clemens, D-Lake Worth, has filed legislation that would limit the number of amendments on an election ballot to three. The move comes two months after the controversial November election where voters stood in lines for...
  • Senators voice frustration at Gov. Scott at rally, “it’s not working”

     
    Senators and organizations rallied at the old capitol today to tell Gov. Rick Scott that elections and the education system are not working, despite his State of the State address implying otherwise. Senate Ethics and Elections committee member Sen....
  • Senate advancing its own campaign-finance reform

     
    TALLAHASSEE – A Senate panel advanced its own campaign-finance bill (SB 1382) Monday in an attempt to provide more transparency to fundraising and crack down on lawmakers' perceived abuses of political slush funds. The House and Senate are playing...
  • Medical marijuana – coming to Florida?

     
    The movement for legalized and medical marijuana is building momentum across the country, thanks to an interesting coalition of progressive and libertarian/conservative folks who think government should spend less time trying to lock up private pot...
  • Florida Legislature is in a tax-incentive state of mind

     
    TALLAHASSEE — The Legislature is in a full-throated “show me the jobs” mood over Gov. Rick Scott's plans to give $278 million in new tax dollars to corporations who pledge to create jobs. But lawmakers are also rushing to line up more...
  • Senate Dems ask Scott for multi-state property insurance compact

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Senate Democrats are asking Gov. Rick Scott to call on governors in other states to form a multi-state property insurance effort that they say would spread risk and therefore reduce rates. “Florida cannot do this alone,”...
  • Senator: Tax break for CSX, Publix, FPL “just looks bad”

     
    Some senators are turning an increasingly skeptical eye towards a nearly two-year-old tax break that supporters said would help lure major new capital investment to Florida but which so far looks more like a windfall for a handful of big companies already...
  • John Morgan, Ben Pollara to lead medical marijuana campaign

     
    Celebrity personal injury lawyer John Morgan of Lake Mary and political strategist Ben Pollara of Miami will lead a medical marijuana campaign in Florida. Both of them have big political fundraisers, mostly for Democratic candidates, and now are turning...
  • Radio rage: Man attacked roomie with machete after radio station was changed

    What happens when you combine machete madness with radio rage? You get another whack job. While Josue Rodriguez, 40, was showering in the Lake Worth warehouse where he lived, he heard his roommate switching the radio station, reports the South Florida...