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Boca Raton teen bitten by shark in New Smyrna Beach
A Boca Raton teenager said she was bitten by a shark and it's no fish tale — she's got seven stitches to prove it.
Pompano Beach man faces murder charge after bloody stabbing of roommate
Responding to a disturbance call in an apartment at 3208 Marine Drive, deputies said they were met at the door by a man covered in blood.
Player, not pawn, Rothstein associate gets five years
She may have held an impressive title — chief financial officer at Scott Rothstein's law firm — but Irene Shannon's attorney described her as nothing but a pawn to South Florida's king of fraud.
Grace period over: Cops poised to ticket school zone speeders
Attention lead-foot drivers (and you know who you are): School has started, and it's time to slow down or pay up.
Boil-water order in effect for Lauderdale neighborhood
Residents along Fiesta Way (Northeast 20th Avenue) from Las Olas Boulevard to the Rio Barcelona Canal have been issued a boil-water notice after contractors accidentally broke a water line Thursday morning, according to the city's Public Works Department.
Bulging-biceps thief grabs booze in Broward, Palm Beach counties
The bicep-baring bandit may not be armed, but he does have big guns — as in muscles. And apparently he also has a big thirst for booze.
Caregiver, case workers accused in autistic girl's starvation death
Tamiyah Audain weighed 115 pounds when she was placed in the care of her mother's cousin in Lauderhill in December 2012.
Ex-boyfriend of missing Lauderdale woman sent to prison in separate case
A man who has been described by prosecutors as a "person of interest" in the disappearance of Fort Lauderdale resident Trukita Scott was sentenced Wednesday to 11 months in prison after a federal judge found him in violation of supervised release on a weapons charge.
Dania embraces casino renovation plan
Dania Casino and Jai-Alai will come back bigger and better, but the casino will need to close for a year to shave six months off construction time, its owners say.
Rosenthal wins, Feren loses; runoffs in two Broward judicial races
Broward Circuit Judge Lynn Rosenthal held onto her job with a comfortable win in Tuesday's primary over challenger Frantz "Jahra" McLawrence.
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