A decade into a dispute about how to divvy up the costs of detaining young offenders, the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and more than two-dozen counties are digging in for more legal fighting.
In a move to privatize the Medicaid program, at least three million recipients are transitioning to managed care.
Summertime is surely upon us, South Florida. For many, the summer months means time spent wading in the pool, barbeques, and, as the lightening capital of the US, we can’t deny the thunderstorms which may interrupt leisure activities.
The woman charged in the murder of a Miami Police officer has pleaded not guilty to her charges.
A Lauderhill mother who lost one son in a fire has been granted supervised visits with her surviving child.
After more than three years of investigating, the Broward State Attorney’s Office has cleared a South Florida man in the shooting death of his girlfriend. The case garnered headlines because it was the couple’s two-year-old son who had his hands on the gun at the time the fatal shot rang out in his mother’s Miramar apartment.
If you use the Dolphin Expressway to get to work in the morning, this is for you.
Gov. Rick Scott said it was “the right thing to do” for the Cabinet on Tuesday to approve the sale of four closed jails and three other sites to raise money for future land preservation.
The state’s end-of-course grades are in and school districts in South Florida are being recognized Monday for improved student performance.
A Coral Springs man accused of impersonating a Broward Sheriff’s deputy and conducting at least two traffic stops is in the Broward County Jail Friday night and BSO wants to know if there are other victims.