It appears the controversy regarding the sheriff's absence at a benefit held over the weekend for slain BSO Sgt. Chris Reyka was prompted by miscommunication. Sheriff Al Lamberti's executive assistant, Don Prichard, explained that the sheriff was asked to be a celebrity judge at the ... More >>
Slimy newspaper article, hokey moral values committee, cash from a slush fund and voilà
Does the local Democratic Party really need a dictator for life?
A whistleblower is gagged before he's offed in quaint Plantation Acres
Leon Hendricks is suing his former employer, fast-food giant Pepsico, for racism. He has the EEOC on his side.
Local homeowners say they don't want basketball played at night in Jefferson Park because it disturbs the peace. The players say the real reason is even uglier: race.
Rumored affairs with two underlings may have cost Pete Witschen the Fort Lauderdale city manager's job. Was it a political smear job?