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Heat come up short against Wizards 105-103 as home woes continue
This did not have the look of a team that entered 4-8 at home, coming off a home humiliation at the hands of the going-nowhere Utah Jazz.
Sony Pictures: 'We Had No Choice,' But Still Considering Digital Release
Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman Michael Lynton hit back after President Obama faulted the Hollywood studio for canceling the Christmas release of "The Interview," as the studio indicated that it is still looking for alternative ways to release the movie.
U.S. Supreme Court will let same-sex marriages commence Jan. 6
The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday night refused to step into Florida's fight over same-sex marriage. Gay and lesbian couples in Florida will be able to marry starting Jan. 6, and the state no longer has any way to prevent it.
Broward Judge Imperato 'devastated' by DUI, reckless driving convictions
In her 12 years as a Broward County circuit judge, Cynthia Imperato has heard numerous jury verdicts. But for the first time, Friday the verdict was about her.
Miramar probe turns to ex-coach's handling of funds
The Broward school district is investigating whether a former Miramar High School football coach was involved in questionable exchanges of cash, the Sun Sentinel has learned.
Prostitution arrests become issue amid parking garage debate
The debate over whether to hire parking guards to curb crime at the Boynton Beach Marina Village parking garage was reignited in recent days when police broke up a prostitution and drug operation situated inside the penthouse of a nearby condo building.
Cross-dressing robber strikes at Deerfield store
The armed robber might have worn a wig and carried a purse, but she was no lady. She was a he.
Will Lauderdale begin enforcing homeless feeding law again?
If you're planning to feed the homeless outdoors in Fort Lauderdale this Christmas, you better watch out.
Stephanie Kraft freed from jail
Former Broward School Board member Stephanie Kraft left the Broward courthouse late Friday morning a free woman – with strings attached.
Obama Cuba policy expected to boost travel to island
President Barack Obama's outreach to Cuba is sure to stoke a pent-up demand for travel to the once-forbidden island, giving a big boost to people in South Florida and elsewhere who lead cultural and educational tours.
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