The home of an ex-Dolphins player in Southwest Ranches was burglarized Saturday, leading to the arrest of four people.
There’s never a shortage of things to do on Halloween in South Florida. Check out the list and prepare for a night of door-to-door fun.
One person was pulled from a southwest Broward canal after their vehicle crashed into a water.
Clutching candles and each other, Maritza Medina’s family, friends and neighbors held a vigil in her honor Thursday outside Southwest Ranches Town Hall.
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.
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.
It was a wet weekend for South Florida with some communities receiving several inches of rain in a matter of hours.
More rain is in the forecast for Sunday afternoon which is not welcome news for some Broward residents who experienced minor flooding from Saturday’s downpours.
Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies are investigating a burglary to the Southwest Ranches home of Miami Heat center Udonis Haslem.