A solar-powered, electrified coral reef experiment aims to help marine conservation.
A crafty but flawed precious metals investment scheme may land four men behind bars.
For young Floridians, nudist resorts conjure up images of frolicking on the beach with gaggles of hot young guys and girls. While that’s not what is usually found, one Florida resort is trying to change that.
Because fuel costs are expected to go down in 2013, so consumers should not see higher bills. However, outside factors could push fuel prices up, meaning the new rates would impact wallets.
Most criminals have one or two specialty. Matthew McHugh has at least five.
Hurricane apps are everywhere these days. However, a major player joined the fray this week: the American Red Cross.
Retailers are competing to get you in their stores, and J.C. Penney is no exception. Their salons are offering free kids haircuts in August.
To bust into a building, some burglars use crowbars. Robert Sisson uses a blowtorch.
Acquiring and implementing new technology in time for elections has always been a race against time, and Broward County is no exception.
The new Coast Guard cutter Richard Etheridge was formally commissioned into service in Port Everglades Friday morning.