34 minutes ago | Broward News
Last month, two young women on motorcycles were traveling north on the I-95 express lanes in North Miami. Suddenly, a car in the regular lanes — or “free lanes” — darted through the plastic poles and struck Cynthia Fleischmann and Catherine Perez....
2 days ago | Animal Planet
Animal rights activists are gearing up for their latest call to arms: a protest outside the home of Matthew Block. Block is the founder of South Florida-based Worldwide Primates, a company that imports and sells monkeys across the world for scient...
3 days ago | Popular
This year, Black Lives Matter protests have broken out at college campuses across the country. Typically, they call for an increase in black professors and black student retention rates. Seemingly in response, this past weekend, a crop of “White S...
4 days ago | Broward News
For ten months, the Mosaic Group — a marketing agency based in Boca Raton — has been conducting research and focus groups for the City of Fort Lauderdale, which is trying to market Flagler Village together with two neighborhoods that border it: Pr...
7 days ago | Broward News
Holding eye contact is nerve-racking these days. Texting and social media shield most people from it. Many argue that these technological advancements have only made humans lonelier. But one woman thinks she has a solution for South Florida's long...
16 days ago | Broward News
Since 1990, the All Saints Catholic Mission has been serving food to those who might not be able to afford a meal. But zoning ordinances passed last year by the City of Oakland Park would force the parish to shut down its food sharing operation. F...