Forbes.com released its list of the 400 People Who Have So Much More Money Than You, It's Really Not Even Funny List for 2013, and Palm Beach residents are all over that thing. In all, 27 rich Palm Beachers made Forbes' list, including the Koch Twins. David Koch, the 73-year-old executive vice pre ... More >>
We've been telling you about Andre "Loki" Barbosa, the 23-year-old Brazilian squatter who moved into a $2.5 million Boca mansion via the vague "adverse possession" Florida property law. As we reported, Loki has issues with Bank of America, which served an eviction notice last week. See also: -And ... More >>
I'll always remember the vice-fighting cartoon heroes of my late-20th-century childhood: Fireman Gus, Detective MacGruff, Smokey the Bear, Officer Jeff... wait, Officer Jeff was actually a chain-smoking DARE officer who drove an impounded car. Anyway, the idea that the seeds for crime are planted ... More >>
A news release that sounds like the opening scene from a movie inspired by a Marvel Comics series, from Boynton Beach Police:Police have responded to a bomb threat at Winn Dixie at 1620 S. Federal Highway. A man called the store to say he was going to blow up the store and they should get everyone o ... More >>
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