By Dan Christensen and Buddy Nevins
A Broward grand jury has begun hearing about alleged criminal conduct at long-troubled Broward Health, the taxpayer-supported public medical system for the northern two-thirds of the county.
By Dan Christensen
Fort Lauderdale resident Christopher Wayne Thurlow was adjudged guilty last April of misdemeanor battery and violating a restraining order. His sentence: 12 months of reporting probation – that is, to appear personally once a month before a probation officer. But that’s not what
By William Hladky
An apparent misreading of state law by the Fort Lauderdale Police has kept officers from enforcing a Broward County ordinance that requires criminal background checks on gun buyers at gun shows.
By William Gjebre
The Broward Inspector General’s Office is poised to ask Broward prosecutors to investigate a Hallandale Beach group that received at least $25,000 in city funds, according to the attorney for the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency.