Joseph Kuhn's head was a madhouse, and all he wanted was a becalming glimpse of the ocean. The bad economy had killed his business first, then finished off his savings; now, he was facing foreclosure. The only thing that could douse his nerves was a daily trip to the beach. So on Thursday, June 13, ... More >>
Boynton Beach Police have released a statement clearing the officer who pulled a gun on a suspect who was recording him on a cell-phone camera last year. The video, which was shot in 2013 but has gone viral on social media sites recently, shows Boynton Beach Police officers pulling over a car with ... More >>
It seems everything these days is in danger of being rendered useless by the internet. The mighty blue Blockbuster fell to Netflix. Bookstores were chewed up and spit out by Amazon. And now the U.S. Postal Service's only job is to make sure Chris Christie never runs out of Oreos. It makes sense th ... More >>
Earlier this week, Lake Park town commissioners struck down Earl Stewart Toyota's proposal to erect a 340-foot flagpole along U.S. 1. What a bunch of babies. Among the reasons cited for denying the proposal were traffic and noise concerns. So instead of a hulking displa ... More >>
Three Fort Lauderdale police officers turned themselves in to authorities last week after they were notified of charges against them for official misconduct, perjury, and falsifying records in relation to their chase of burglary suspect Kenneth Post. At first glance, it's the word of a beat-up, long ... More >>
It's a number, yes. It's also a signal from your body that it's time to chill.America loves a fierce competitor. And we have a particular soft spot for athletes who prove to be impervious to the ravages of old age. That's why swimmer Dara Torres, who lives in Parkland, emerged as one of the bigge ... More >>
At 40, Glen Johnson is still fighting for respect
Steve Gonot tries to cure Deerfield Beach of a political sickness.
A modern-day visionary still shines brightly through his houses and his blind son
Living like a pauper himself, a young man from Broward is trying to save Haiti's children
A middle-aged race car driver gambles it all for one last chance at victory
In a Lake Worth trailer park, it's just as if Hurricane Jeanne roared through yesterday
Gov. Bush's Scripps gamble is sucking up state funds -- and the Everglades with it
Johnny Mitchell gave up football for his tiny, disabled daughter. But the dream dies hard.
Before she could hit the brakes, Sonia Ortiz was transformed from homemaker and pregnant mother of three to "cop killer"
Volunteers spend millions of hours trying to rescue sea turtles. So how come so few people care about busting poachers?
Rosa Gonzalez trudged through a desert and toiled in the fields. Now she's in for a real trial.
Wiping up South Florida's punk-rock battlefield with the Crumbs
Long after her novelty hits, Melanie maintains a do-it-yourself ethic