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The Nightmare in the Bahamas Is Far From Over

20 days ago by Zachary Fagenson
The devastation on Great Abaco wasn't apparent at first. While the pilot we'd paid $1,300 for the 45-minute flight from Nassau began the plane's descent, the teal-and-cobalt Atlantic gave way to vast expanses of jagged green spits bordering shallow, sandy lagoons. A grounded boat lying on its side some 500 yards inland was the first indication of what was to come.
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Miami-Based Jail Health-Care Company Profits While Patients Die

1 month ago by Brittany Shammas
The voice on the other end of the line sounded so thin, so frail, that at first Erika Williams didn't recognize it as her son's. It was only by the ten digits glowing on her iPhone — the number for the Flagler County jail — that she realized who was calling her February 4, 2019, a balmy Monday in North Florida.
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The Ten Best Things to Do in South Florida This Week

2 months ago by Jesse Scott
Calling all fans of Peter Frampton, tacos, The Office, and bourbon! This is your week.
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Bahamas Relief Efforts Spring to Life Across Broward, Palm Beach

2 months ago by Teri Berg
Volunteers and organizations across South Florida got into gear quickly in their efforts to help the hurricane-ravaged Bahamas. Nonprofits both new and established are wasting no time pooling resources and gathering forces to head for the northern reaches of the island nation, where Hurricane Dorian laid waste to cities and...
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Facing Eviction, Embattled Puppy Seller Closes Shop in Oakland Park

2 months ago by Teri Berg
After years of complaints and court battles, Puppy Boutique Store in Oakland Park is out of business. The shop, a confection of tiny black paw prints painted on pink and white everything, has been under eviction notice for 16 months as owner Jim Anderson sued the City of Oakland Park...
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Anti-Riot Bullets Made by Two Florida Companies Used to Brutalize Protesters in Hong Kong

2 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Violent clashes between protesters and police in Hong Kong continue weeks after mass demonstrations in the city first turned ugly in June. The unrest, which began in response to a now-shelved bill that would have allowed for the extradition of people to China, has expanded to a wider struggle over Hong Kong's sovereignty and the use of excessive force by law enforcement.
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Pellet-Gun-Toting Teens Hunt Iguanas for Cash in Neighborhood Where Pool Boy Was Shot

2 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Just weeks after a pool boy was accidentally shot by an iguana hunter in their neighborhood, two enterprising Boca Raton teens began stuffing mailboxes with flyers advertising the pair's extermination services.
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Five Reasons This Year's Miami Dolphins Preseason Games Are a Must-Watch

2 months ago by Ryan Yousefi
Tomorrow night marks the beginning of a shiny new season of Miami Dolphins football. The home team will take on the Atlanta Falcons at 7:30 at Hard Rock Stadium. Preseason or not, it feels good to look forward to an actual game.
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Fort Lauderdale Resident Sues City and Panthers Over Holiday Park Deal

4 months ago by Naomi Feinstein
Not far from the hustle of downtown Fort Lauderdale sits Holiday Park. There are basketball and tennis courts, open play areas, walking trails, playgrounds, and multiple sports fields. The 93-acre refuge, just south of Sunrise Boulevard and east of Federal Highway, is one of the last few spaces of greenery that has...
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Trump's Palm Beach Mansion Is Haunted by Financial Crime

5 months ago by Brandon K. Thorp
In the fall of 1993, on the island of Palm Beach, future U.S. president Donald J. Trump became friends with Leslie Greyling, an illegal immigrant and accused con artist who is a fugitive from the law. Back then, the local sections of the Palm Beach Post and Palm Beach Daily...

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