Broward Health CEO Found Dead, Ruled SuicideThe president and CEO of Broward Health, Dr. Nabil El Sanadi, shot and killed himself Saturday at his condo in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, the Broward Sheriff's Office said.
Protesters Gather In Lauderdale-By-The-Sea After Pier ClosureMore than a dozen protesters gathered Friday afternoon after a popular pier was shut down in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea.
Sand Trucked In To Build Up Broward's Battered BeachesThousands of tons of sand is being trucked to help some of Broward's beaches battered by surf and tides.
911 Call Released In Shooting Of Turtle Rescue VolunteerA chaotic night on the the beach at Lauderdale by the Sea led Doug Young to call 911 just moments before his friend Stanley Pannaman was shot.
Man Arrested For Allegedly Shooting Turtle Rescue VolunteerA man is under arrest for allegedly shooting a sea turtle volunteer in Lauderdale by the Sea – and the survivor is telling his story.
Men Accused In String Of Burglaries In Broward CountyTwo men are under arrest, accused of burglarizing homes and cars in Broward.
Waterspouts Spotted Near Broward CountyA number of waterspouts were spotted Friday off the coast of Broward County.
Exclusive: BSO Says Alert Deputy, Good Sam Returns Thousands To Homeless ManIt was quite a find, an envelope with more than $5,000 dollars inside. But without a name how would investigators track down its owner?
BSO: Tourist Stabbed After Answering Sex Ad A 19-year old man is behind bars accused of stabbing a man who answered his internet ad soliciting a sexual tryst.
Fla. Diver Begins Quest To Reclaim World Record For Longest Saltwater Dive South Florida scuba diver Allen “The Grouper” Sherrod is attempting to reclaim his world record for the longest scuba dive in saltwater.
Boat Fire Sends Smoke High Into Air Along Broward CoastA boat fire Sunday afternoon sent smoke into the air that could be seen along Broward County beaches.
More Automatic License Plate Readers Popping Up Across South Florida If you've ever driven through Broward County, there’s a slight chance that you’ve been watched. In parts of northern Broward County, license plates are tracked by computers every time a car passes by. These systems have been in use for several years now.