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South Florida Sun-Sentinel Lauderdale beach plans scaled back

FORT LAUDERDALE – Plans for spending $108 million on beach redevelopment will no longer include an expansion of the Las Olas Marina, improvements to D.C.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Rothstein's former general counsel gets prison for fraud

Scott Rothstein's former general counsel at the notorious Rothstein Rosenfeldt Adler law firm was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison Friday for wire fraud conspiracy.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Tri-Rail scrambling to link to downtown Miami hub

In about two years, Tri-Rail commuters might be able to get to downtown Miami faster and at less cost.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jorge and Carmen Barahona, charged in child's death, due in court today

A court hearing is scheduled for a Miami couple accused of brutally beating and killing their adopted daughter.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Two challengers seek to upset Fort Lauderdale mayor's re-election plans

FORT LAUDERDALE — Homeless feeding restrictions, marriage equality and the International Swimming Hall of Fame won't be on the city's Feb.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Disgraced Broward judge finds new job with public defender

Broward County Judge Gisele Pollack, the disgraced jurist who resigned rather than face possible removal from the bench because of repeated episodes of drunkenness, has found work with the Public Defender's Office.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Lauderdale's District 3 to choose commissioner

FORT LAUDERDALE — The city's District 3 voters will choose their next commissioner Feb.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Winter's warmest spots: Punta Gorda, West Kendall

Punta Gorda and West Kendall are real hot spots, but not because of their nightlife.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Prosecutor Stephen Zaccor named Broward County judge

Veteran prosecutor Stephen Zaccor was appointed Wednesday to replace Gary Cowart as a judge on the Broward County Court bench.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Investigators: County candidate lied under oath

The 10th grade dropout who ran for Broward County Commission and fouled up the District 2 election so it had to be delayed twice and held in December lied under oath, the Broward State Attorney's Office has concluded after an investigation.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Creek park expansion to begin next year

COCONUT CREEK — Construction is expected to begin next year on a park expansion that will cost taxpayers $2.4 million.
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South Florida Sun-Sentinel Sunrise passes one-year moratorium on charter schools

With so many charter school applications flooding City Hall, Sunrise is turning to a one-year moratorium to stem the tide.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel 2 Broward teachers have licenses suspended

Two Broward County educators accused of misconduct have had their licenses suspended by the state.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Tri-Rail making room for bicyclists; adding special cars for bikes

Traveling on a crowded Tri-Rail train with a bike can sometimes be awkward.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Broward hosting sea level rise workshop in Hollywood

Worried about rising sea levels?

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Scott proposes $5 billion for Glades restoration

MIAMI — Florida Gov.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Uber-Broward face-off continues

Another chapter begins Tuesday in the showdown between Broward County and a popular smart-phone app company.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Volunteers hit streets to begin annual count of Broward homeless

Before dawn on Tuesday, volunteers fanned out across Broward County, visiting public parks, downtown alleyways and feeding centers as part of a three-day effort to count the thousands of homeless men and women living in Broward's shelters and on the streets.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Tow truck drivers want to charge more

Ignoring a "No Parking'' sign might become a bigger gamble.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Four Florida panthers killed by vehicles this month

A Florida panther was killed by a vehicle Sunday, continuing a year that has begun very badly for the endangered cats.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Hospital executive gets prison for health care fraud

The former chief operating officer of the Hollywood Pavilion psychiatric hospital was sentenced Monday for his role in a $67 million health care fraud scheme, records show.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel South Florida visitors hope to be home before snowstorm hits northeast

Red cancellation markers were steadily growing on flight departure screens at airports across South Florida Monday as airlines adjusted for what's billed as an historic blizzard expected to blanket the northeast.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel South Florida Democrats walk fine line on Cuba

South Florida's Democratic members of Congress are caught between a rock (President Barack Obama) and a hard place (their Cuban-American congressional colleagues) when it comes to rapidly changing U.S.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Mayo: Gov. Scott stumbles again

When the history of 21st century Florida is written, one of the great mysteries will be Gov. Rick Scott.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel FAU, NSU, Broward College to expand veteran services

Three South Florida colleges have received funding that may command better services for students who are veterans.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Hollywood police talk crime prevention at special forum

Farah Ahmad wanted tips on how to avoid becoming a crime victim.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Fort Lauderdale airport again in Top 10 for guns caught

For the second year in a row, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International ranked among the top 10 airports in the nation for the number of guns intercepted at checkpoints, the Transportation Security Administration reported Friday.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Man scammed over $150,000 from Century Village retirees, police say

A financial adviser whose broker's license was revoked a year ago is accused of stealing more than $150,000 from at least two retirees living at Century Village of Pembroke Pines, police said.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Passenger complaints cite dirty taxis, surly drivers

Not all taxi rides are this bad.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel South Florida in January: up to 6 degrees warmer than normal

You call this winter?

South Florida Sun-Sentinel Prosecutors powerless to enforce Florida's juvenile sexting law, appeals court rules

Had she done it two years earlier, a teenage girl who used her cell phone to send a picture of her privates to a classmate would have been in big trouble.