New Identity For Broward Teen With Same Name As Confessed Parkland ShooterNikolas Cruz walked into a Broward County courtroom on Tuesday afternoon with one name and he walked out with a different one. It was a wish he’d dreamed of since February 14, 2018.
Broward County Opens 3 General Population SheltersBroward County decided to open three general population shelters ahead of Hurricane Dorian.
Broward Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Hurricane DorianBroward County declared a state of emergency Friday afternoon as emergency managers continue to track Hurricane Dorian progress.
Broward Residents Preparing Homes, Getting Gas, Supplies Ahead Of Possible Hurricane Dorian StrikeIt was a beautiful beach day for much of Thursday in many areas of Broward County. But many residents likely didn’t get to enjoy it as they were busy preparing for a possible hit from Hurricane Dorian.
South Florida Judge Reprimanded For Political ActivityWith Chief Justice Charles Canady describing it as a “sad day,” the Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday publicly reprimanded a Broward County circuit judge because of violating a ban on partisan political activity during his 2018 election campaign.
Back To School In Broward County Focuses On SafetyOn Wednesday morning more than 270,000 students and 33,000 Broward School District employees headed back to one of the county’s 330 schools. 
Teen With Same Name As Confessed Parkland Shooter Wants To Change NameIn the hours after the Parkland shooting police and media focused on the confessed killer, Nikolas Cruz. But at a Broward County home about 10 miles away from the tragedy another Nikolas Cruz and his family were trying to make sense of what was going on.
Margate Police Launches Outreach Program To Connect With Autism CommunityThe Margate Police Department has launched a new outreach program to better connect with Broward County’s autism community.
Spraying Set To Begin In Broward County For Disease-Carrying MosquitoMosquito spraying is set to begin Monday evening in parts of Broward County.
Florida 'Pill Mills' Were 'Gas On The Fire' Of Opioid CrisisA decade ago, visitors came to Florida for cheap and easy prescription painkillers sold at unscrupulous walk-in clinics.
Suspension Sought For Broward County Judge Vegina Hawkins After Confrontation An investigative panel has asked the Florida Supreme Court to suspend a Broward County circuit judge who allegedly put her hands around the neck of an employee and shook him.