Six Broward cities hold elections Tuesday
This year's string of elections begins Tuesday when voters in six Broward communities head to the polls to decide municipal races and ballot questions.
Teenage surfers rescued from treacherous Boynton Inlet
Two distressed teenage surfers were rescued near the Boynton Beach Inlet on Saturday, according to the Palm Beach County Fire Rescue.
Apartment complex replacing Wilton Manors' last trailer park
Movie aficionadoes looking for the trailer park from Striptease, a 1996 film starring Demi Moore, are out of luck.
Two toddlers hospitalized after rescue from pool in Sunrise
A firefighter and police officer rescued two toddlers from an apartment complex swimming pool after the children wandered into the water Thursday, officials said.
Gunman has hit Pompano cellphone store twice, authorities say
A brazen, gun-toting robber targeted the same cellphone store in Pompano Beach twice and in one instance told an employee to "call the cops," the Broward Sheriff's Office said.
NSU offering free trip to the dentist for kids ages 2 to 18
Kids from 2 to 18 can get a free exam this weekend as part of Give Kids a Smile Day at Nova Southeastern University.
Miramar man among guilty of identity theft, tax refund fraud
Two men from Miramar and Aventura are the latest to be convicted in a multimillion-dollar identity theft tax fraud scheme, U.S. Attorney Wifredo A. Ferrer announced.
$1 million bond set for Lauderhill man accused of stabbing wife
A Broward judge set bond at $1 million for a Lauderhill man accused of viciously attacking and slicing his wife to the bone.
Weston targeted by graffiti taggers, authorities say
The Broward Sheriff's Office is trying to identify a group of vandals who investigators say have been defacing public and private property in Weston with graffiti.
Oakland Park city manager plans to retire soon
City Manager John Stunson has announced his retirement, but he plans to stay until a new manager is on board.
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