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Palmer Trinity Student On House Arrest For Alleged ThreatsA student at Palmer Trinity High School was arrested after he reportedly threatened another student.
Clergy Coalition Teaches Broward Residents To Deal With Hate CrimesWith hate and anti-Semitic crimes on the rise in South Florida, a coalition of religious and community leaders in Coral Springs and Parkland have launched a new initiative to teach their residents how to deal with 'acts of hate'.
Controversial Development Finds Itself Between A Rockland And A Hard Place"It would be a shame to destroy the Pine Rockland for a Walmart."
Judge Denies Retraining Order Request Against Miami FOP PresidentNo lifetime restraining order for Miami’s FOP president after a judge ruled his actions did not arise to a legitimate threat of violence.
Infant's Death Probed In SW Miami-DadeAlvaro Cappas sobbed on the front walk of his Southwest Miami-Dade home Sunday afternoon.
Fake ID Helped Lead Investigators To 'Cocaine Cowboy' FugitiveAlleged “Cocaine Cowboy” Gustavo Falcon, caught after 26 years on the run, appeared briefly in court Thursday.
HUD Sec. Carson Gets Stuck In Elevator During Affordable Housing TourIn a situation that may be emblematic of things to come, HUD Secretary Ben Carson got stuck in an elevator while touring affordable housing in Miami.
Touching Tribute For Officer Killed In Florida Keys CrashA caravan made up of law enforcement transported the body of a fellow officer killed in a horrific crash to a funeral home Tuesday.
Miami Police Union President Restrained Over Cyber Bullying AllegationsMiami's police union president got his gun back Monday, but he lost an effort to get rid of a temporary restraining order against him.
Tenant Who Found Moldy Mess In Ft. Lauderdale Apartment: 'Walked In Here & I Felt Squish'Kyle Singer said he discovered he had a water problem in the Port Royale apartment he shares with his girlfriend and their daughter.
Community Workshop On Fighting Mosquitoes, ZikaWith Summer and our traditional 'rainy season' just around the corner, community leaders are working together to figure out the best way in controlling Miami-Dade's mosquito population to stem another outbreak of the Zika virus.
Leaders Discuss Gun Travel Changes In Wake Of Airport ShootingNearly three months after a gunman wreaked murder and mayhem at Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, a task force gathered in Broward in to learn how the carnage was allowed to happen and how to avoid it happening again.

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