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Former Broward Sheriff's deputy Maury Hernandez will not go to trial next week on charges he tried to strangle his wife, an official with the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office said Thursday. Instead, Hernandez will enter a pre-trial intervention...
The Miami HeraldMIAMI When it comes to quinceaneras, the words "gran sacrificio" come to Miriam Rodriguez's mind. For four generations, her family has gone through great lengths to celebrate the transition from girl to womanhood. Rodriguez's mother, Balbina Espino, 93,...
Miami HeraldAcross the country, the poverty rate is surging in the suburbs, where the number of poor people is growing much faster than in central cities -- a largely unrecognized reversal that calls for a retooling of federal anti-poverty, economic development and...
Four women hugged and kissed Moise Pierre Brutus and teased him Thursday for his one-time "drama queen" attitude. A college student, artist and aspiring paralympian in cycling, Brutus, 23, was among trauma survivors at Memorial Regional Hospital whose...
Miami HeraldWhen it comes to quinceaneras, the words " gran sacrificio" come to Miriam Rodriguez's mind. For four generations, her family has gone through great lengths to celebrate the transition from girl to womanhood. Rodriguez's mother Balbina Espino, 93,...
Lake-Sumter State College held its 50th annual commencement ceremony on May 3. It was the first graduation since the college was renamed from Lake-Sumter Community College, reflecting new four-year degree offerings. A total of 819 students completed...
A former Coral Springs firefighter/paramedic was sentenced to 15 years in prison Tuesday for being an armed escort for a man he thought was dealing drugs. Santiago Gonzalez came to the attention of federal agents when an informant said he bragged that...
Tags: Prisons, Broward County, Coral Springs, Crimes, Fort Lauderdale
There seems to be a pattern emerging for the Chaminade-Madonna boys volleyball team, and if it holds true, this could be a pretty good season for the Lions. Chaminade, which has made appearances at the state tournament in both 2009 and 2011 took a big...
More than 175 awards were given to young journalists at the 2013 High School Journalism Awards, presented by the Sun Sentinel, Forum Publishing and Teenlink. Eighteen Broward County schools entered the awards in 25 categories, and another 31 students...
The House slowed and possibly killed a ban on texting while driving Tuesday after adding an unfriendly amendment, which some suspect was an act of revenge against Sen. Nancy Detert, the longtime Senate sponsor of the ban. With the amendment, which...
Tags: Executive Branch, Delray Beach, Government, Politics, Rick Scott
Miami HeraldNow that he's a county commissioner, Juan C. Zapata readily makes this uncomfortable admission: During his eight years in the Florida House of Representatives, he did more for the cities in his South Miami-Dade district than for its stand-alone...
Staff WriterRihanna's hair seems to be in a constant state of follicle-flux. Since she burst onto the scene in 2005, the singer-actress-fashionphile has: morphed her hairstyle; crayola kaleidoscoped her color and even wigged out a couple of times. Through much of...
Tags: Halle Berry, Givenchy, Upper East Side, Hialeah, Grace Jones
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