Mayor Jack Seiler
The countdown to 2014 is underway and preparations have begun to ring in the new year, South Florida style.
After nearly 50 years in Fort Lauderdale, the International Swimming Hall of Fame is moving.
Drivers have six more reasons to hit the brakes for that upcoming yellow light.
There’s a big change ahead for the Broward County Courthouse. The groundbreaking for a brand-new $213 million, 20-story courthouse took place Tuesday morning.
Stranahan Park is Fort Lauderdale’s front porch, it’s the first thing you see as you enter the heart of downtown. It’s named after the city founders and is considered to be a serene tropical park. But just a few months ago, it was an eyesore.
Ft. Lauderdale’s city commission has taken the first step to give the bum’s rush to beggars in the city.
Concerned about the city’s image and its impact on downtown businesses, the Ft. Lauderdale commission is expected to discuss the growing population of homeless people at Stranahan Park during their meeting Tuesday evening.
Some business owners in the city of Fort Lauderdale are battling back against an old law that prohibits alcohol sales on Sunday morning.