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Demolition of building to bring traffic delays Saturday at Young Circle
The Town House Apartments, a 12-story tower on the northeast corner of Young Circle, is slated for demolition at 10 a.m. Saturday.
911 operators suspended, policy changed after Sawgrass wrong-way crash
Two 911 operators at the Coral Springs Police Department have been handed an eight-hour suspension without pay for mishandling emergency calls that preceded a fatal wrong-way crash last year on the Sawgrass Expressway.
Davie residents to see lower tax rate next year
Homeowners will see a slight decrease in their tax rate under the town's $105.6 million budget plan for next year.
Homeless man, saved from being robbed, reunited with family
— A 38-year-old homeless man who has lived on South Florida streets for more than a decade was yanked from obscurity when an off-duty Broward Sheriff's deputy saved him from being mugged.
Victim's body is bargaining chip in appeal of murder plea
Where is Lorraine Hatzakorzian's body?
Four mail carriers attacked since April; tips sought in robberies
For the fourth time in four months, a South Florida mail carrier has been attacked and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service is offering rewards and releasing surveillance videos in an attempt to catch the robbers.
Fort Lauderdale man accused of trying to suffocate father at Ohio nursing home
A Fort Lauderdale man tried to suffocate his terminally ill father and yelled out, "Let me do what I need to do!" while on a tequila-fueled tirade at an Ohio nursing home, according to a police report.
Lauderdale Lakes approves a second RaceTrac mega-station
RaceTrac gas stations are revving up in the city, with commissioners approving a second of the company's mega-stations.
Birthday girl throwing party for animal rescue group
Come one, come all to a party for the 100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida.
State ethics board dismisses complaint against Fort Lauderdale commissioner
The Florida Commission on Ethics has dismissed a complaint against Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Dean Trantalis, finding "no probable cause" to believe allegations he misused his position regarding a proposed beach development.
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