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  • Inside the Top 10 series

    Coming Sunday is Part Three in our series looking at the Top 10 players by position heading into 2014. The third installment will look at the Top 10 linebackers between Broward and Palm Beach County. Some names will be familiar, others may not. Our...
  • Lake Park man shot at after chasing burglars, deputies say

    Lake Park man shot at after chasing burglars, deputies say
    A man was shot at after chasing three burglars who broke into a shed, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Deputies arrested the accused shooter, Duckenson Amilcar, 20, of Palm Beach Gardens on Wednesday. It started when a man in Lake...
  • Nordstrom to close at the Florida Mall

    Nordstrom to close at the Florida Mall
    Nordstrom announced Thursday it will close its Florida Mall Store in Orlando, which will mean laying off or transferring 190 employees. Originally opened in 2002, the store is planned for closure on August 16. The company said the lease on the store...
  • Slain Israeli teens remembered

    Slain Israeli teens remembered
    The mood was somber as more than 500 members of the community recently gathered at Oxbridge Academy in West Palm Beach to publicly honor the three slain Israeli teens, Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Shaar, and Naftali Frenkel (a dual Israeli-U.S. citizen), whose...
  • Former legislator Mandy Dawson imprisoned until Aug. 18 hearing

    Former legislator Mandy Dawson imprisoned until Aug. 18 hearing
    Former state legislator Mandy Dawson will be spending at least the next several weeks in federal prison, court records show. Dawson, 57, was arrested last month after a urine test showed she had been using cocaine again, violating the terms of her...
  • Little Free Libraries popping up in South Florida

    Little Free Libraries popping up in South Florida
    Small and handcrafted, they look like whimsical dollhouses or bird houses. Take a closer look inside these wooden structures that are popping up in front of South Florida homes, parks and community centers and you'll find free books for children and...
  • AT&T filling 230 jobs in South Florida

    AT&T is hiring to fill more than 230 jobs in South Florida, including call center, retail and wire technician positions. Most of the jobs are newly created positions, AT&T spokesperson Kelly Layne Starling said Monday. About 75 openings are for retail...
  • World Series final 9 from six countries

    World Series final 9 from six countries
    The World Series of Poker winnowed down to its final nine players Monday night, and they represent six countries: Brazil, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United States. The players will return to the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino on Nov. 10 to...
  • Mayo: All Aboard, Florida? Not really; train gets more foes

    Another day, another opposition group to the All Aboard Florida rail project? I've been writing about some of the organized groups that have formed to thwart the Miami-to-Orlando train service planned for the FEC rail tracks that runs along the dense...
  • If You Go: USTA National Clay Court Championships

    IF YOU GO USTA National Clay Court Championships When: Sunday through July 20 What: The best junior tennis players in America will be competing for prestigious Gold Balls in the various age groups. Where: Boys' 14s are at Jimmy Evert Tennis Center...
  • Voters love casting ballots by mail, but red tape can prove challenging

    Voters love casting ballots by mail, but red tape can prove challenging
    Voting by mail has soared in popularity among Floridians in the past decade, but new restrictions are leading some advocates to warn that some people may miss voting this year because of new rules. Unaware of the intricacies — which Palm Beach...
  • Will growing opposition stop rail project in its tracks?

    Will growing opposition stop rail project in its tracks?
    All aboard, Florida? Not exactly. It seems every time the folks from All Aboard Florida unveil pretty drawings of a shiny new station, another organized group sprouts to oppose the proposed Miami-to-Orlando rail service. It happened again last week....