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BSO: Car Slams Into Deputy's VehicleAn investigation is underway after a car slammed into a deputy's vehicle early Friday morning.
BSO's Prayers Answered After Suspected Church Thief Arrested On DUIThe Broward Sheriff’s Office said they arrested the man who preyed on a woman praying at a Broward church and are asking for additional victims to come forward.
Once Upon A Time, 39 Years Ago, It Snowed In MiamiIt may be chilly in South Florida right now, but 39 years ago, it actually snowed in South Florida. Yup, real snow fell from the sky.
Man Preys On Praying Elderly WomanAuthorities are searching for a man who preyed on a woman who was praying at a Broward church.
Maine Native At Center Of School Threats Hoax ProbeNew developments were made Friday in the search for who was behind the threatening emails sent to schools around the country, including South Florida.
Wilton Manors Couple Spreads Awareness On World AIDS DayIt's World AIDS Day. A day to remember those who we've lost to crippling disease. It's also a time when everyone can reflect on how far the fight against HIV and AIDS has progressed.
Supreme Court To Decide On Slot MachinesThe Florida Supreme Court will decide whether a Gadsden County racetrack should be allowed to have slot machines without the express permission of the Legislature, in a case with widespread implications for gambling throughout the state.
BSO: Man Found Near Park "Brutally Killed"Broward Sheriff's deputies said a man found dead near a Pompano Beach park was "brutally killed."
State Asks Court To Dismiss Seminoles' LawsuitIn the latest twist in dueling lawsuits over blackjack in Florida, Gov. Rick Scott's administration is asking a federal court in Tallahassee to dismiss a legal challenge filed last month by the Seminole Tribe.
Broward Reaches Unanimous Vote To Lower Pot Possession PenaltyBroward County has approved an ordinance Tuesday to reduce the penalty for pot possession to a civil fine.
BSO Employee Charged With Domestic ViolenceA Broward Sheriff's Office employee is on the other side of the law.
Tribe Goes To Court Amid Gambling TalksThe Seminole Tribe of Florida sued the state Monday, setting in motion what could be a protracted legal fight over the tribe's exclusive rights to offer "banked" card games like blackjack at most of its casinos.

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