Davie fire called suspicious
— Authorities on Monday continued to investigate a suspected arson fire that damaged an occupied trailer home in the 500 block of Southwest 132nd Avenue.
Gov. Scott vetoes 3% tuition hike, $368M in projects
The veto could prompt lawmakers to fight it out in the courts.TALLAHASSEE – Gov. Rick Scott vetoed $368 million in lawmaker pet projects Monday and blocked a 3 percent tuition hike for Florida colleges and universities.
Loxahatchee man accused of killing neighbor after fight over dogs
Deputies say a fight over dogs and name calling led a Loxahatchee Groves man to shoot his neighbor on Saturday.
Two drivers sought in connection with hit-and-run that hurt toddler
The drivers of a red Volkswagen Beetle and a black pickup truck are being sought in connection with a hit-and-run crash in which a toddler was seriously injured in Fort Lauderdale, police said.
Miramar woman killed in fiery Turnpike crash named
The woman killed in a fiery crash on Florida's Turnpike has been identified as Nathalie Vazquez, a 28-year-old Miramar resident, the Florida Highway Patrol said Monday.
Man tries to sell stolen Jupiter police gun to detective, deputies say
Blake Walters facing charges after undercover bust in Lake WorthA 23-year-old Boynton Beach man was busted in an undercover sting operation in which he allegedly sold three guns, including a pistol stolen from the Jupiter Police Department, to an undercover deputy.
Broward women brought 143 Haitian workers to US for fake jobs, feds say
The 143 workers paid as much as $3,500 each, lured to South Florida from Haiti with false promises of steady paying jobs in construction or on farms, the hope of getting permanent residency and making a life in the U.S., they said.
Poodle owner hit by car while trying to save pet
— A woman trying to save her poodle from being struck by traffic Sunday was hit by a car that did not remain at the crash, Fort Lauderdale police said.
Palm Beach County advised to pad savings, pay debt
Just like homeowners who survived The Great Recession, Palm Beach County government needs to pay down more debt and curtail future spending amid the economic rebound, according to Clerk and Comptroller Sharon Bock.
Man calls in bomb threats to Delray Beach sober house, say police
Claimed facility would be the "next Boston," according to arrest reportA 28-year-old former resident of a Delray Beach sober house phoned in profanity-laced bomb threats in which he claimed the facility would become the "next Boston," police said.
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