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After a tough climb up Mount Kilimanjaro to raise awareness about human trafficking, Boca Raton soccer-mom Debbie Dingle never imagined she'd tackle an even bigger challenge: Mount Everest. Comment?
BOCA RATON A religious liberties group has sent a letter of protest to the school district after the principal at Spanish River High School kicked a controversial speaker off campus this week. Comment?
The idea of it grossed her out, but a healthy friend's donated feces, sprayed throughout Diane Del Vecchio's ailing gut, did what a five-month regimen of the strongest antibiotics couldn't: clear up a stubborn intestinal infection that sent the Pompano Beach woman to the hospital seven times and crippled her health. Comment?
Why would you leave the house to watch a movie anymore? Here are a few reasons: The Frank Theatres CineBowl and Grille making its weekend debut at Delray Marketplace is a 70,000-square-foot entertainment complex that takes "going to the movies" to another level. Comment?
An ex-con who pretended he could get federal inmates out of prison quicker is now back behind bars, federal prosecutors said. Comment?
In her booking mugshot, Barbara J. De Paolo, then 79, has puffy, sad eyes. Her face is washed out in the glare of the camera flash at the Palm Beach County Jail. Comment?
First, the retired nurse from Lauderdale-by-the-Sea captured the heart of Boca Raton bachelor Bill Gunther during a senior version of "The Dating Game" held at Broward Health North hospital. Comment?
After days of jetting around the country to sell his State of the Union proposals, President Barack Obama is following the path set by previous presidents - coming to South Florida for some R&R. The White House has been mum about details, the Secret Service never talks, and the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office didn't have any comment. Comment?
So the 28-year-old X-Ray technician wearing his blue hospital scrubs hopped out of his SUV on the Florida Turnpike and threatened the man's life with a folding knife, according to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office report. Comment?
Police say Nicholas Squire lunged at two Florida Atlantic University police officers with a knife - because he wanted to commit "suicide by cop." The 22-year-old homeless man took two bullets and landed in the Delray Medical Center, where he told detectives about his plan, according to a Boca Raton Police report. Comment?
But the rules aren't the same for the closed, overgrown golf course that meanders through their neighborhood near Boca Raton . Comment?
From the owner of a Palm Beach County lawn business who underreported income to a tax preparer in Broward who claimed false expenses for clients, federal officials say they are on the hunt for tax cheaters in South Florida. Comment?
Florida Atlantic University Police say two officers shot a knife-wielding homeless man on the roof of a university building Friday morning. Comment?
Florida Atlantic University police have shot a homeless man on the roof of the Innovation Center at the school's Boca Raton campus. Comment?
A notorious stay in the lap of luxury ended sooner than expected Thursday for 23-year-old Andre "Loki Boy" Barbosa, who infamously occupied a $2.5 million Boca Raton mansion by invoking an archaic state law. Comment?
The woman now living next door to "Loki Boy," the Boca Raton mansion squatter, has hired off-duty Boca police to secure the neighborhood until the occupant of the $2.5 million mansion is ejected. 1 comment
The tearful pleas of convicted Pompano Beach rapist Guy Cherubin went unanswered Friday when a Broward County judge sentenced him to spend the rest of his life in prison. Comment?
A study by the small liberal-arts school, which hosted last year's third presidential debate, found that the October event sparked a burst of spending by local residents and vendors, boosted hotel-tax revenue by 22 percent and generated a wave of publicity around the world. Comment?
The 23-year-old Brazilian who captured worldwide headlines for claiming "divine rights" - and an obscure real estate law - while squatting in a $2.5 million Boca Raton mansion was served with eviction papers early Wednesday. Comment?
The attempted takeover of a $2.5 million Boca Raton mansion using an obscure real estate law now has copycat cases - including one involving a $4.6 million oceanfront mansion complete with tennis court and pool. Comment?