More than a year after Parkland teenager Teagan Marti survived a life-altering accident on a Wisconsin amusement ride, Marti took her first steps in public over the weekend while leading several dozen people who gathered at a park in her honor.
The former head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in South Florida was released from jail early Monday evening after posting a $75,000 bond.
More than a half dozen horses found abandoned in Parkland have found some real ‘friends’ in a Pembroke Pines non-profit group.
One cat has been found dead and nearly a dozen are missing in the upscale Meadow Run community of Parkland in Northwest Broward County. Is the feline mystery felonious or natural in nature? That’s the question the Broward Sheriff’s Office must answer.
The widower of a South Florida doctor who BSO investigators say was accidentally strangled by an electronic neck massager is suing the machine’s providers.
The Food and Drug Administration is recommending that people who own a personal massager linked to the death of a Parkland doctor and the near strangulation of a second person should stop using the machines immediately and dispose of them.
It’s a late August ritual across South Florida as millions of homeowners find proposed property tax notices in their mailboxes.
It was a long night for firefighters in Parkland as they battled a massive debris fire at a recycling plant.
Teagan Marti, the 12-year-old South Florida girl who was severely hurt in a 100 foot drop while on a ride at a Wisconsin amusement park, is expected to talk to the media for the first time on Monday.