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Archbishop Edward A. McCarthy High School (Source: CBS4)

Police Investigating Student Over Video Talking About Violence

A student at Archbishop McCarthy High School spent the day talking to police after she appeared in a video talking about violence.


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Legislators Demand Changes To ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law

Dozens of local legislators, law enforcement and community leaders came together in Ft. Lauderdale to demand changes to Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ law.


(Source: CBS4)

Dillard High Girls Basketball Team, Coach Honored

A huge celebration was held Friday at Dillard High School to honor the girls varsity basketball team, and their coach, who has the most wins of any Florida high school basketball coach.


(Source: Broward Schools) Robert Runcie, newly named Broward Schools superintendent

Broward School Leaders: Some County Schools Safer Than Others

On the issue of school safety, Broward school district leaders have made it clear the county’s schools aren’t all up to task.


Cilk McSweeney

Focus on South Florida — “From the Pit to the Palace”

In his book, Cilk McSweeney tells how he went from Fort Lauderdale’s Dillard High School to a career as an athlete, entrepreneur, and motivational speaker.  He talks about his personal growth and how he found […]

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Amanda Collette (Personal Photo)

Family Of Slain Dillard High Student Settles With Broward School Bd.

The Broward County School Board has settled a civil lawsuit filed by the family of Amanda Collette, the 15-year-old girl who was gunned down in the hallway of her Fort Lauderdale high school by a heartbroken classmate.


) BSO SWAT team recovers a man shot during a check cashing store robbery near Ft. Lauderdale.

Check Cashing Store Clerk Killed, 2 Injured In Robbery Standoff

A check cashing store clerk has died after she and two other people were shot during a robbery.


Auburn University

Report: Dillard Star Says Auburn Paid Him

A former star defensive end at Dillard High School could be opening the can of worms that brings down Auburn University’s football program.