From the bench in judicial robes, to the side of the road with her hands cuffed behind her and now to the hot seat in a courtroom, Judge Cynthia Imperato is getting her chance to fight a DUI charge.
Another chilly start across South Florida–but expect a pleasant warm up heading into the weekend.
Through song, words of support and with candles in hand, dozens gathered on Wednesday evening to pray for the recovery of two brothers left for dead after a hit and run crash in Dania Beach earlier this week.
Two brothers are on life support Tuesday after a vehicle struck them and left the scene Monday.
A librarian turned a dead bolt on the front door of the Ethel Gordon library in Oakland Park Tuesday at noon, threw open the door and exclaimed, “Hi, come one in, we’re open and ready for business!”
Using exotic dancers as admission workers to lure male students sounds like something out of frat-esque movie. But state and federal officials said that’s exactly what a Miami-based college is accused of doing.
December 1st, every year since 1988, is World AIDS Day—a day which gives people the chance to show their support for people living with HIV and to remember those who have died.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office is unveiling a new less lethal weapon that they hope will better protect members of the community as well as deputies.
A 19-year old man is behind bars accused of stabbing a man who answered his internet ad soliciting a sexual tryst.
A former police officer faced a Broward judge Friday on charges of fraud.