Welcome to Coral Springs, the best neighborhood in Broward County. I'm not just saying that, I've lived the dream for twenty plus years. You might be saying to yourself, "Hey, I've been to Coral Springs, you're a crazy". Well, you would be right, craaaaazy about my love for the city my parents moved ... More >>
To the west of Interstate 95, on a parcel of land adjacent to the CSX railway in Delray Beach, sits a massive, white-roofed, red-painted structure. It is both a repurposed barn and an important piece of South Florida history. It is also the future home of Saltwater Brewery. As the growth of craft b ... More >>
To hell with the economy! South Florida's lawless exotic-rental-car industry keeps rolling.
Perez Hilton, a pure product of South Florida, makes bitchery pay
Get ready for the era of Broward County, the Gambling Mecca.
You want face time with the Big Guy? Hand over some plastic, Mom.
In the end, Lorrie Tennant's words and deeds overshadow her shocking death
West Palm's "most notorious": Big fish or a small scapegoat in the war on drugs?
More than four years after a Delray Beach cop gave him a body full of bruises and a face full of pepper spray, a local doctor is still seeking justice
Florida House minority leader Lois Frankel is waging an impossible campaign for governor
A major miscalculation cost Broward County's taxi czar his monopoly
Need to oust a school superintendent or get your favorite Democratic candidate elected? Just call Andre Fladell. But don't ever cross him.
Bob Horvath was the ultimate company man for GM and sold their cars for 40 years. The thanks he got? The auto giant put him out of business.
When Jerry Sullivan was arrested for criminal behavior, he chose to blame an unexpected source: the FBI
Coming soon to a courtroom near you: dueling conspiracy theories that pit Fort Lauderdale's finest against their political bosses. One certain verdict: There's a price to pay for tangling with civic activist Sonny Irons.
Using just a home computer, Tamarac's Super Snooper can pull up information that you mistakenly thought was private
For years private detective Virginia Snyder has accused the Delray Beach police of corruption. Now she's taking them to court.