City of Fort Lauderdale
Where did you park your car nine years ago today? It’s a question most people would likely not be able to answer—but that isn’t stopping the City of Fort Lauderdale from sending almost-decade old parking tickets. And some people are paying because this parking ticket fiasco is hard to beat.
At a meeting earlier this week the Fort Lauderdale Police Department dropped a bombshell. The racist video and racist text messages exchanged by four police officers would not cause those officers to lose their law enforcement certifications.
A Citizens Police Review Board is recommending that the Fort Lauderdale Police Department reopen its investigation into the case involving officers who made and shared a racist video and racist text messages.
The Civil Rights Division of the United States Justice Department has contacted the City of Fort Lauderdale, requesting a meeting next week to discuss the racist behavior of four officers now at the center of national scandal
Fort Lauderdale Police are revealing new information about the night Lisa Hayden, who went by the name Noodles, went missing. And now her friends are tapping into the supernatural in hopes of locating her.
A 51-year-old Ft. Lauderdale musician and piano teacher has gone missing and police are working to find out what happened to her.
The City of Fort Lauderdale has lifted a precautionary boil water notice for Imperial Point residents impacted by a water main break on Thursday.
The next time you drive on I-95 in Fort Lauderdale keep your eyes out for the big, green windmills. They’re actually wind turbines designed to harness the wind’s power to create sustainable energy to improve the environment.
The woman who could be seen dangling from a railroad bridge Saturday was trespassing, according to city officials, and could be in big trouble for her actions.
Former Fort Lauderdale Police officer David Michael McElligott changed his plea in federal court and admitted he falsified military leave and earnings statements with the city so he could return to his job as a cop under federal law.