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Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue's hazardous materials team responds to a gas leak at Croissant Park, 245 West Park Drive, Thursday morning.
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Stiles and the Rockefeller Group have broken ground on a residential tower near Fort Lauderdale's high-end Las Olas Boulevard.
Forget traditional photos. Even cellphone videos are old-school. When tourist Dan Hoffman sought to chronicle his Fort Lauderdale, Fla., vacation, he unpacked his drone.
SO WHOOPI GOLDBERG WILL REMAIN ON PANEL AND NO WORD YET WHO WILL BE JOINING "THE VIEW."
Dozens of children playing at a water park next to a school in Fort Lauderdale had to be evacuated after a construction crew struck an underground gas line.
The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau today announced its unconditional support for the overturning of bans on same-sex marriage in Florida.
Gregory McLaughlin might be best known for having fronted the Front back in the early '80s.
Plaza Del Mar in Fort Lauderdale was sold for $13.8 million. The 33,469-square-foot shopping center at 1451 to 1535 N. Federal Highway includes tenants such as Lime Fresh Mexican Grill, Metro PCS and Jimmy Johns.
Georgia junior Marshall Morgan has been named to the Lou Groza Award watch list as a candidate to be honored as the nation's top place-kicker.
Post-1979 Revolution, ayatollahs put underwear on his unabashed nude sculptures, but Mohassess himself destroyed most of his vibrant and vital paintings reflecting on My Lai, the Gulf War, Chernobyl and other atrocities, noting "I don't work for posterity."
The Indianapolis, IN.-based home appliances, furniture and electronics chain h.h.gregg is pulling its $100-million advertising account out of Leo Burnett Chicago, which won the business only last year.
Support for express passenger rail was thick yesterday at All Aboard Florida's unveiling of its new Fort Lauderdale station, but with opposition continuing to the north, the company distributed a page of statements from officials in favor of the plan.
A newly constructed restaurant center in the Cypress Creek area of Fort Lauderdale was sold for $11 million.
A clubhouse and pool are planned for between the buildings, which are located on the west side of U.S. 1, just north of Ocean Walk Boulevard.
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Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 07:43 am
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