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  • Targeting sex traffickers

    John C. Pace Jr., a former male madam, will tell his story and present "anti-human trafficking solutions" at the 4th Annual National Trafficking In America Conference, July 16 to July 18, at the West Palm Beach Hilton Airport Hotel. "By the time I turned...
  • Man struck pedestrian, tried to hide under nearby vehicle, say police

    Man struck pedestrian, tried to hide under nearby vehicle, say police
    A 28-year-old Lake Worth man is facing charges after police in West Palm Beach said he struck a pedestrian and tried to hide under a pickup truck. David Luax was driving a car that hit a person in the 1000 block of Caroline Street in West Palm Beach at...
  • Acrobats on water at state skiing championships

    If you enjoy watching athletes use their hands and feet to balance themselves while being towed by a moving boat, there is a sporting event for you to watch. The 2014 Florida State Championship for Water Ski will be hosted by the Ski Club of the Palm...
  • Taylor Roberts follows in father's footsteps on the fairways

    Taylor Roberts follows in father's footsteps on the fairways
    When Marc Roberts was growing up in Coral Springs in the 80s and 90s, he probably had not envisioned that his daughter would one day be making a name for herself along the amateur golf circuit decades later. Now, Roberts' daughter Taylor, 12, has not...
  • People on the move

    Real estate Denise Klass and her Klass Advantage Realty Team joined Boynton Beach's Realty Pros in Canyon Town Center in Boynton Beach, as luxury home specialists. Klass is also well-known in the South Florida area as founder of Starmakers, a not-for-...
  • Alien Invasion at West Palm museum

    Alien Invasion at West Palm museum
    Calling all earthlings: The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is under attack! Aliens will take over the science center for a family-friendly night of interactive entertainment during the monthly Nights at the Museum event on July 25. "We're...
  • Man convicted in 2006 Boynton Beach Mall killing granted new trial

    Man convicted in 2006 Boynton Beach Mall killing granted new trial
    When the gun shots rang out at the Boynton Beach Mall on Christmas Eve almost eight years ago, Berno Charlemond, 24, was killed in what police called a gang-related shooting. It was the last-minute height of the holiday shopping season and the mall was...
  • Fund programs to save animals

    Until elected officials in our area accept the need to dedicate funding for free or low-cost spay-neuter programs, pets will continue to die and suffer on the streets or be killed or warehoused in shelters. This is not a matter of putting animals...
  • More rain from Tropical Storm Arthur today

    More rain from Tropical Storm Arthur today
    South Florida's Tuesday forecast: Mostly cloudy with highs in the upper 80s, lows in the mid 70s and a 60 percent chance of showers and storms, mainly in the afternoon. The rain chance eases to 40 percent on Wednesday. Central Florida's forecast: Partly...
  • Grant aids local Holocaust survivors

    Thousands of elderly Holocaust survivors live in the South Florida area, although their numbers dwindle with each passing year. After having survived one of the darkest periods in human history, many area Holocaust survivors find themselves in dire...
  • June 28 Letters: People Express, constitutional convention, protect the bay

    Diamond in the rough In a couple of days Peoples Express takes off from Newport News to embark on some cities where we never had non-stops access. The editorial the Daily Press wrote a few weeks ago was dead on in reference to the support each one of us...
  • Free program introduces Riviera Beach kids to undersea wonders at top dive site

    Free program introduces Riviera Beach kids to undersea wonders at top dive site
    RIVIERA BEACH In years of diving at the Blue Heron Bridge, Jim Abernethy and Dan Volker often surfaced to find kids running to the edge of the water, asking what they'd seen and begging to try on their masks. The divers wanted a way for the children to...