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Depending on where you live in the state, the largest group of Hispanics may be Mexicans, Puerto Ricans or Cubans.
Is America better or worse off with strong separation between Church and State?
Should states get to ban abortion?
He said, "We couldn't accomplish our mission without our supporters, our family, our friends.
Fitch Ratings has affirmed the following bonds for Davie, FL's : -- $19.5 million limited tax general obligation bonds, series 2006 at 'A-'; -- $27.6 million unlimited tax general obligation bonds at 'AA-'.
Florida's anti-mask law is rarely invoked in arrests and even more rarely prosecuted in Broward and Palm Beach counties.
South Florida's Christmas tree sellers work long hours, and the employment is temporary, but many make the trek in their RVs because they enjoy breathing in the sweet fragrance of Fraser firs and helping spread holiday cheer.
A state agency has denied an application to build a new 100-bed hospital facility in southern Broward County that would have been a collaboration between Nova Southeastern University and HCA East Florida .
The technician jobs are among 400 jobs available at the company from Key West to Vero Beach, spokeswoman Kelly Layne Starling said Friday.
This space explores issues in public education policy, and it advocates for a commitment to and a re-examination of the democratic purposes of schools.
A BROWARD COUNTY JUDGE ACCUSED OF DRIVING DRUNK IS BACK ON BENCH AND ONE ATTORNEY WANTS HER KICKED OFF HIS CASE.
Bond was set at $160,000 Wednesday for a 17-year-old with a juvenile criminal record that is so long it appeared to catch a Broward prosecutor and judge by surprise.
QUESTION: We have an unruly owner who attends every association meeting. The owner heckles, laughs inappropriately and answers questions that are posed to board members.
An FSU student escapes a deadly rampage. His father is suspected of killing his mother and brother and driving hundreds of miles to try to kill him.
Mr. DeLeo was one of five finalists interviewed for the position after chief Dennis Jones was forced to retire in September, following intense public questioning of the department's training, supervision and use-of-force policies.
Medical marijuana will be considered by the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday in a hearing that could determine whether voters will decide the proposed state constitutional amendment next November.
Faced with mounting evidence that get-tough policies in schools are leading to arrest records, low academic achievement and high dropout rates that especially affect minority students, cities and school districts around the country are rethinking their approach to minor offenses.
A Weston father killed his wife and teenage son in their townhouse and then drove to Tallahassee in an attempt to kill his other son earlier this week, according to the Broward County Sheriff's Office.