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Arnold Abbott charged for breaking a new law in Fort Lauderdale that bans feeding the homeless in public. (Source: CBS4)

Feisty Chef Can Feed Homeless Without Fear Of Fines

A chef at the center of Broward’s homeless feeding feud was in court Wednesday for his arraignment. Arnold Abbott, 90, has been cited several times by Ft. Lauderdale police for feeding the homeless on the beach.

12/03/2014

Arnold Abbott charged for breaking a new law in Fort Lauderdale that bans feeding the homeless in public. (Source: CBS4)

Homeless Feeding Group Gets Temporary Win

The City of Fort Lauderdale’s new homeless ordinance went before a judge Tuesday morning–granting a temporary win for a homeless feeding group.

12/02/2014

Arnold Abbott charged for breaking a new law in Fort Lauderdale that bans feeding the homeless in public. (Source: CBS4)

Fort Lauderdale Homeless Feeding Controversy Continues

Arnold Abbott showed up at his weekly homeless feeding on Fort Lauderdale expecting his fourth citation for feeding the homeless since the controversy began. That didn’t happen. There was no confrontation with police and Abbot left without a citation.

11/19/2014

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‘Chef’ Arnold Keeps Dishing Out Meals Against Ordinance

Arriving like a rock star, Arnold Abbott was greeted with cheers and crowds of supporters on Fort Lauderdale Beach.

11/12/2014

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Homeless Feeding Battle Continues In Fort Lauderdale

Homeless people lined up in front of Fort Lauderdale City Hall for another day of public feedings along with another day of citations.

11/11/2014

November 7, 2014: A man is arrested for violating a Fort Lauderdale ordinance regarding feeding the homeless in public.  (Source: CBS4)

Another Crackdown For Violating Public Homeless Feeding Ordinance

The group Food Not Bombs claims it has been feeding the homeless for years at Stranahan Park in Fort Lauderdale. However, Friday, at least two of their volunteers were led out of the park in handcuffs after feeding the homeless.

11/07/2014

A person in economic difficulty holds a homemade sign asking for money along a Manhattan street on December 4, 2013 in New York City.  According to a recent study by the by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Home. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Feeding The Homeless: Act Of Charity Or A Crime?

For a 90-year old South Florida man, feeding the homeless in a public park is an act of charity but in Fort Lauderdale it’s a crime.

11/05/2014

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Small Victory For Same-Sex Couples In Fort Lauderdale

A small victory for same-sex couples in Fort Lauderdale after city commission votes yes to gay marriage Tuesday night.

06/17/2014

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S.Fla. Gets Ready For New Year’s Eve

The countdown to 2014 is underway and preparations have begun to ring in the new year, South Florida style.

12/30/2013

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International Swimming Hall Of Fame Leaving Fort Lauderdale

After nearly 50 years in Fort Lauderdale, the International Swimming Hall of Fame is moving.

10/23/2013

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