One of South Florida’s most famous survivors is speaking out just days after her 97th birthday and recalling her ordeal while trapped in a car for 80 hours in a snake and bug-infested mangrove swamp beneath I-595.
The picture of a man Pembroke Pines police believe is an attempted robbery suspect has been released.
The precautionary boil water notice for the city of Hollywood, issued Thursday, has been lifted.
Repair crews are fixing a broken water main in Hollywood. The break led to boil water notices being issued for not only Hollywood, but areas that receive water from Hollywood and Broward County.
Clutching candles and each other, Maritza Medina’s family, friends and neighbors held a vigil in her honor Thursday outside Southwest Ranches Town Hall.
Hundreds of South Florida fashionistas waited in long lines early Thursday morning for the grand opening of South Florida’s latest H&M store inside the Pembroke Lakes Mall in Pembroke Pines.
Maritza Medina lost her life when a man, who was fleeing from police, crashed into her car. Now Medina’s family, friends and some neighbors have focused their anger on the gates that separate her home in Southwest Ranches from Pembroke Pines—which forced Medina to take the route where she lost her life.
There are three small gates that divide the town of Southwest Ranches and Pembroke Pines. And over the past two decades, these same three gates have been the source of controversy and debate.
As investigators hope to learn more about what led suspected killer Antonio Feliu’s rampage Wednesday morning, family and friends of the woman killed when his SUV t-boned her sedan will attend her funeral this weekend.
Family, friends and neighbors are mourning the death of Maritza Medina—a mother and wife killed after her car was slammed by a suspect that was attempting to flee police Wednesday.