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Dog attacks boy near Lauderdale; child's family, neighbor help save him
When a dog pounced on a boy and began biting him, the child's relatives and a neighbor rushed to the boy's aid, witnesses say.
Deputies: 7 shot at spring break house party in Panhandle
PANAMA CITY BEACH — Seven people were injured, some critically, during an early-morning spray of gunfire Saturday at a spring break party on the Florida Panhandle, police said. An Alabama man was quickly apprehended and charged with attempted murder.
Hyde: Alums wait, wonder if Miami football can recreate past
Former Miami Hurricanes greats, on hand at Lockhart Stadium for the UM spring game, are hoping to see any flash of greatness from the long-underwhelming program.Former Miami Hurricanes greats, on hand at Lockhart Stadium for the UM spring game, are hoping to see any flash of greatness from the long-underwhelming program.
Hounds in costume join Easter bunny at Doggie Egg Hunt
These hunters used their eager noses, framed by whiskers resembling the Easter bunny's, to sniff out treats during a non-traditional egg hunt. It proved to be a howling good time.
Fore! Obama in Florida for weekend golf getaway
President Barack Obama kicked off the spring season on Saturday with a weekend golf getaway in Florida at the resort where he once caused a stir by playing with Tiger Woods.
Bill gives high school athletes options on where to play
High school athletes could act almost as free agents if a bill that reforms the Florida High School Athletic Association passes through the Legislature.
Rubio books Miami's Freedom Tower for possible candidacy announcement
Marco Rubio has reserved the Freedom Tower in downtown Miami for an undisclosed event April 13, which appears to be a potential, if not likely, spot for Florida’s junior senator to announce his candidacy for president, the Miami Herald reported Friday.
Repairs to delay I-95 express lanes, add $5 million to cost
If you drive on Interstate 95 in south Broward, prepare to deal with several extra months of construction and pay an extra $5 million for that delay.
Is wider race probe of Fort Lauderdale police needed?
Overt racism is easy to spot and condemn. For instance, cops spewing racial slurs and making a video that seems to take perverse delight in showing a black man being bitten by a police dog and President Obama depicted with gold teeth.
West Palm Beach police ready to start using tiny body cameras
In the court of public opinion, video can be a powerful tool.
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