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Sun SentinelWith public opinion polling showing Florida too close to call the post-Superstorm Sandy presidential campaigns are showing up in full force to compete for the Sunshine State’s 29 electoral votes. Republican candidate Mitt Romney is in Coral...
Tags: Politics, Democratic Party, Elections, Coral Gables, Mitt Romney
Can your board send a tow truck after you for expired license plates? And who should pay to sniff out a mysterious water leak from a hidden pipe, the unit owner or the association? These are questions from Sun Sentinel readers. And we have answers with...
It looks like a Broward Sheriff's Office patrol car, and one might wonder: What's it doing hanging from a construction crane off I-95, advertising Sheriff Al Lamberti's re-election campaign? Lamberti says it's a political ad -- albeit an unusual one --...
The second phase of Election 2012 kicks off tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 27) with early voting opening across South Florida for eight straight days. The hours will be 7 a.m.-7 p.m. through Saturday Nov. 3. There will be NO early voting on Sunday Nov. 4 (a...
If you're in our main coverage area, your county had a Fantasy 5 winner Saturday night: Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade all sold tickets worth $51,627.58. The winning numbers were 4-6-8-24-28. The venues: Publix, 4771 Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach;...
Q: As someone who jogs daily along State Road A1A between Sunrise and Las Olas boulevards, what was the thought process for allowing right turns on red from the outside right lane from Sunrise to A1A? It makes crossing Sunrise at A1A a daunting affair....
Q: The entrance to southbound Florida's Turnpike at Sunrise Boulevard has two lanes – one for drivers with SunPass or exact change and the other for drivers with SunPass or drivers who need receipts. Neither is a designated SunPass-only lane, so...
Ten opera singers surprised IKEA shopper Saturday with a flash mob. The singers, from the Florida Grand Opera, performed the Libiamo (the Drinking Song) from Verdis La traviata throughout the different shopping areas in IKEA in Sunrise Saturday.
Tags: IKEA, Opera (genre), Florida Grand Opera
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsCountry music singer Eric Church brings his "Blood, Sweat and Beers" tour to Wichita. The singer will perform at INTRUST Bank Arena on December 8. Special guests Justin Moore and Kip Moore will join Church for the concert. Ticket prices and sale...
South Florida Sun-SentinelRonald Poppo, el hombre que vivía en la calle y que quedó en condición critica por 17 días, luego de un sangriento ataque por parte del ahora llamado caníbal del Causeway, sabe que al menos la mitad de su rostro desapareció en los dientes del otro hombre,...
Sun SentinelThree more Broward mayors have signed on to the Mayors for Freedom to Marry statement in which they favor same-sex marriage. Tim Ross, president of the Dolphin Democrats, Broward’s gay and lesbian political club, sent this email Saturday morning:&...
Sun SentinelAfter a mostly cloudy and at times rainy day Wednesday, South Florida can expect more of the same on Thursday, the National Weather Service said. “We are setting up for a wet pattern for the rest of the week,” meteorologist Pablo Santos said,...
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