Some Looking At The Fine Print Of Immigration Overhaul One day after President Barack Obama took action to change immigration rules, some are taking a look at the fine print of the new policy. Weston Lawmaker Wants To Toughen Texting While Driving Law A proposal that would strengthen the state's ban on texting while driving, giving police officers more power to pull over motorists for tapping messages while behind the wheel has been filed by South Florida lawmaker Rep. Richard Stark.
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Law Enforcement Lace Up For A Cause Law enforcement officials laced up and ran in full uniform for a cause on Saturday. Group Delves Deeper Into Search For Missing Mom A South Florida group delved deeper into the search for a mother who has been missing for months.
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