Florida is (again) scheduled to kill a man whom many say is too sick to die. John Errol Ferguson -- a 65-year-old paranoid schizophrenic who claims he is the "prince of God," has powers from the sun, and will be resurrected after death to foil a communist plot against America -- is scheduled to be ... More >>
Riviera Beach activist Fane Lozman has been in a long legal battle with the city after Riviera Beach officials got the feds to seize and tow away the houseboat floating home* where he lived in a local marina.The towing, nearly three years ago, followed a previous trial in which a jury found that ... More >>
Flickr: Brooks ElliottFort Lauderdale police are looking closely at the Skolnik campaign's dustup with a web designer; was it really about money?For a man who claims to be a victim, Stephen Smith has behaved very strangely. The webmaster seized the domains of Broward Circuit Court Judge Peter Sko ... More >>
Photo provided by Lisa HutchingsWes Hutchings, in an undated photo.Wesley Hutchings enjoys the kinds of privileges that come with being born to a family made rich by the American automotive industry. His father, James "Jack" Hutchings made hundreds of millions though the manufacture of air-condit ... More >>
Children's TV pioneer Alan Shalleck had a secret that killed him
Trustees at the state's biggest black church and its pastor are at odds and heading for court.
Hallandale Beach and a Broward judge are trying to drive a man from his home
Obfuscation made things worse in North Broward hospitals, so the brass is trying the truth option
Gil Fernandez Jr. could be responsible for as many as nine murders. If he's truly repentant, his former prosecutor says, he needs to confess his sins.
Ex-cop and bodybuilder Gil Fernandez Jr. murdered three men in the Everglades. But he only admits to killing the man he was.
Broward Community College is a public school, but its religion professors consider it a private reserve
War has been good for Pompano Beach's Point Blank Body Armor
Woo Ooh Ooh
Meet Hollywood's Donald Tobkin: caring M.D., feared lawyer, accused felon
A mercenary knocks, almost everybody talks, and a new light shines on two mysterious deaths
Robb Tiller went from rags to riches and right back after 15 years spinning deals around the Seminole
Popped for DUI? Smile. You've just fallen victim to the DHSMV's kangaroo court.
Why can't the kids get along? If Momma knew what was going on, she'd be heartbroken.
The folks who are "reclaiming America for Christ" are pushing an agenda for a Taliban-like state where Scripture is law
He's raised a lot of money in his bid for the Senate, but from whom?
Listen up, lady; your attackers know whereof they speak
The process for restoring the civil rights of felons in Florida works perfectly -- if not restoring their rights is the goal
Once convicted of fraud and in debt to the IRS for a cool million, Steven West is some kind of businessman
Two years ago, Ken Eggleston was Palm Beach County Sheriff Ed Bieluch's heir apparent. Now, they are implacable foes. What happened?
Miss Cleo is neither Jamaican nor a shaman, but she is a Catholic schoolgirl
Florida's ban on gay adoption is not only unjust; it's downright homophobic
A child of a Tonton Macoute family escaped political violence in Haiti - and then her real troubles began
One of the most hallowed traditions in Broward's black community faces financial ruin
Irv Reisfeld fought ferociously for Broward's forgotten children. Then his boss axed him.
The man who created Josie and the Pussycats can't understand why his girls don't belong to him
The saga of would-be liberal crusader and ex-con James "Elmo" Spaulding proves that anyone can get a second chance in America. And a third. And maybe even a fourth.
A stoned driver killed Christina Van Huffel in his Mercedes. The mental-health system let her die.
If there's anyone who can feel Bill Clinton's pain, it's ousted-judge-turned-congressman Alcee Hastings
The effort to unionize Kitchens of the Oceans drove the company out of town and Haitian employees into unemployment lines
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.
A K-9 took a huge chunk out of Rusty Samarco's leg. The crippling bite was worse than the crime.
The story of the bloody, high-seas crimes and execution of smuggler Horace Alderman is a yarn worthy of Joseph Conrad. Or Quentin Tarantino.