Many parents pass time in the sometimes forever-long school pick-up line by catching up with friends on the phone, or perhaps even finishing-up business over Bluetooth. But, in an effort to put the brakes on dangerous driving, the Broward school district is proposing a ban on all cell phone use on school property while driving.
Police are investigating a car that crashed into a 7-Eleven storefront in Oakland Park Sunday.
Health experts say the state’s flu season is just getting started. Broward Health officials, on Wednesday, received reports of two flu-related deaths.
Monday is the official observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and a number of offices will be closed.
Police have arrested the transgendered thief they believe held up a cab driver at knifepoint back in December.
A woman was found shot dead in the driveway of a Lauderhill home Monday—and now police are looking for the person or persons responsible.
Broward intersections will become a little less busy during the upcoming year. No, the amount of drivers won’t decrease, but the many panhandlers who stand in the streets seeking loose change will.
The presents have been opened and yet another Christmas has come and gone. Ready to move-on and ditch the Christmas tree? Residents of Dade and Broward have a few options.
The boil water advisory for the majority of Deerfield Beach issued Friday was rescinded Saturday.
She was a woman with an infectious smile. Linda Chestnut was a mother to seven children and a grandmother. On the night of December 17, 2009 Linda was murdered next to an old pickle factory near Broward Blvd and I-95 in Fort Lauderdale. “As time goes on,” her daughter Chiquita Chestnut cried, “it’s hard to deal with it.”