Update: Authorities have given the all-clear after no bomb was found on campus. Students have been allowed back into the school. Original post: South Plantation High School has been evacuated over of a bomb threat Monday morning. Students have been gathered outside the school as a bomb squad and ... More >>
UPDATE: According to the Sun-Sentinel's Twitter feed, the bomb threat is being called a hoaxSouth Plantation High School is on lockdown due to a bomb threat. Students have been cordoned off in a park across the street from campus. Police is not is allowing anyone to leave. Officers have set up a ... More >>
The local personalities, egos, and public figures who swung through the news cycle this week, ranked by New Times' crack research department using a highly scientific algorithm (i.e., taking the square root of the Sun Life Stadium upgrade price tag . . . err . . . which button is the square root? . ... More >>
Flickr/Podknox Wrestle for that last French fry?This week's "totally awesome entertainment award" has to go to Plantation's Hot Stuff Grille. It's not every restaurant that would plan a combination wrestling match, hot dog eating contest, and charity fundraiser all in one night, but Hot Stuf ... More >>
The headlines in Broward and Palm Beach:Mercedes Morales may be an even more bloodthirsty spouse than Dalia Dippolito. The Miramar women is accused of hiring a hit man (who turned out to be an FBI agent) to murder her ex-husband as retaliation for his providing information that led to her arrest ... More >>
A good student plagiarized five stories and forged a letter
The aftermath of a freak accident: shattered windows and two broken families
An undercover reporter discovers the real Elvis on Election Day
Riding shotgun with Broward County's tiny but angry peace movement
Paul and Betty Sears live in a trailer behind South Plantation High. And you, dear taxpayer, are footing the bill.
The story of a freedom-loving teen who posted a screed by one of the Littleton killers on his Website. The authorities were not amused.
American Heritage School survives despite near financial collapse, angry neighbors, and a questionable relationship with a Plantation politician