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Man found with gunshot wound in Lauderdale Lakes
A 19-year-old man was recuperating late Wednesday after he was found in Lauderdale Lakes sitting near his car with a gunshot wound, according to Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue.
Pembroke Pines woman accused of giving Botox injections out of her garage
A 43-year-old woman has been arrested and accused of practicing medical procedures without a license in the garage of her Pembroke Pines home, police said.
Gunman steals key allowing access to thousands of mailboxes
Thousands of mailboxes could be compromised after an armed robber stole a postal key from a mail carrier in Lauderhill, according to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
Three Sheriff's Office patrol cars damaged during predawn arrest
DEERFIELD BEACH A car alarm triggered a chase that left three patrol cars damaged, two deputies injured, and a burglary suspect in custody all before dawn Wednesday, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office.
Fort Lauderdale to homeless: Don't go (in public)
The city is trying to take back its streets — and sidewalks and downtown and parks — from the many homeless people who live here, leaving critics with an unanswered question: What are the homeless to do?
South Florida sex trafficker beat women and threatened cops, feds say
He beat and threatened the young women he forced into prostitution and sat outside the motel rooms, listening in over an open cellphone line while they had sex with clients, federal prosecutors said.
Panel recommends removal of Broward Judge Laura Watson
The Judicial Qualifications Commission dealt a crucial blow to Broward Circuit Judge Laura Marie Watson on Tuesday, recommending that she be removed from the bench after she "sold out her clients, her co-counsel, and ultimately herself" in a 2004 civil lawsuit settlement.
Parents of baby in near-drowning thank officers, paramedics who helped
When a Miramar woman saw her 20-month-old daughter floating face down in a relative's pool, she thought it was a bad dream.
Hollywood police chief: Don't believe that billboard saying city isn't safe
Hollywood's police chief, the target of recent police union attacks via banner and billboard, had his own message for the public on Wednesday: The streets of Hollywood are safe.
Feds charge Rothstein's former CFO Irene Stay
A trusted member of Rothstein's inner circle, the former bookkeeper played a key role in his $1.4B Ponzi scheme, investigators sayFederal prosecutors filed a criminal charge Wednesday against Scott Rothstein's former bookkeeper, who became the chief financial officer of his law firm, court records show.
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