Are airport wheelchairs gross informal laboratories for nasty bodily fluids and festering bacteria? And if so, whose fault is it?
Airport workers at Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport who are assigned to push passengers in wheelchairs said in a statement Thursday that they often dea ... More >>
Last month, the Department of Transportation announced that it will fork over an $18 million TIGER grant for the first phase of Fort Lauderdale's proposed Wave Streetcar. The plan, which city officials have been molding since 2004, features a 10-station, 2.7-mile trolley-like system intended to shut ... More >>
Lawmakers in Florida -- one of the most deadly states when it comes to driving -- are squabbling over whether we need a specific law against texting from behind the wheel. It seems like a no-brainer when considering, as reported by the Associated Press, that there are "drivers who text ... More >>
Parks and trees? Who needs 'em!Remember the environmental apocalypse Rick Scott was supposed to create?While campaigning for governor, Scott called the Department of Community Affairs, the state agency charged with overseeing local development projects, a "jobs killer." He said he'd heard complai ... More >>
Flickr: Dr. Purp ThumbsWhen the state hired LeMieux to negotiate with Florida East Coast Railway, was he on the wrong side of the tracks?Young Andrew Perez is a bit like the canary in the coal mine. The Plantation native was hired three years ago, as an 18-year-old intern at Rothstein Rosenfeldt ... More >>
It could be a well-timed move to make him look like a crimefighting hero (it comes conveniently at the very same time that he's running for state Attorney General) but regardless, it's pretty cool that State Senator Dave Aronberg (D-Greenacres) is taking public officials to task for letting private ... More >>