Coral Spring's Temple Of Time Burns In Memory Of Parkland Shooting VictimsThere were tears and hugs as a work of art burned in Coral Springs.
Built To Honor Victims Of Parkland Shooting, Coral Springs' Temple Of Time Will Be Set Ablaze Sunday NightEarly Sunday evening, what’s called the Temple of Time in Coral Springs will go up in flames in a ceremonial fire.
Officer Dragged, Two Suspects In Custody After Incident Locked Down Three Coral Springs SchoolsTwo suspects are in custody and an officer is recovering after an incident in Coral Springs Tuesday afternoon.
Student Stabbed Outside Coral Springs High SchoolCoral Springs police are investigating a stabbing outside Coral Springs High School on Friday afternoon.
J.P. Taravella High Code Red Turned Out To Be False AlarmThere was high anxiety in the classrooms of J.P. Taravella High on Thursday morning as heavily armed Coral Springs police officers told everyone to sit tight during a Code Red lockdown.
Town Hall Meeting In Coral Springs Designed To Educate Parents, Teachers & Students In Wake Of Recent SuicidesBroward County mental health providers, parents and students have been swinging into action over the past couple weeks.
New Eagles' Haven Wellness Center Caters To Those Impacted By Parkland ShootingIt's been more than a year since the tragedy in Parkland, but the pain and grief are still very real for those who survived the shooting and for the families who lost loved ones.
Plantation Police Officer Arrested, Accused Of Domestic BatteryA Plantation Police officer was arrested on domestic battery charges Thursday after allegedly beating his wife.
Police Officer Hurt In Fall At Coral Springs Fire AcademyA police officer was injured during a training exercise in Coral Springs.
Temple Of Time Honors Victims Of Parkland School Shooting'The Temple of Time,' a temporary, non-denominational temple is now open in Coral Springs. Visitors are allowed to mourn, remember, contemplate, leave mementos and write message on its walls, before it's set on fire and destroyed in a few months.
Teens Learn How To "Stop The Bleed"In the year since the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Senior High that killed 17 people and injured another 17, interest in a course called "Stop the Bleed" has risen.