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Are you kidding me? Former Broward Commissioner Diana Wasserman-Rubin pleads guilty to violating her oath of office, breaking the law to benefit herself, abandoning the trust placed in her by the citizens, and her punishment? She gives up three-fifths of...
One of the three remaining defendants accused of bilking Hallandale Beach condo owners out of $3 million in a kickback scheme has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and is incompetent to stand trial, lawyers told a Broward judge Thursday. The...
Tags: Lawyers, Hallandale Beach, Judges, Justice System, Prosecution
Long before the age of computer-generated special effects, Marcel Vercoutere helped create a scene widely considered among the most terrifying in movie-going history. In "The Exorcist," the 1973 horror film that became a pop-culture phenomenon, the head...
Birth A son, Jayzen Michael Rowe, was born to Adam and Holly Rowe of Petoskey at 11:33 a.m. on April 22, 2013, at McLaren Northern Michigan in Petoskey. Jayzen weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and was 19 inches long at birth. His sibling is Olivia Grace....
Lee Cheshier pulled the hair of the pretty brunette who sat in front of him on the first day of his high school geometry class 75 years ago. He had to get her attention. Even at 17, he knew he wanted to marry her. The girl, then 15, told him to cut it...
When Alpa Patel's grandfather was diagnosed with cancer, he seemed healthy: The 64-year-old had been training for a triathlon when doctors found a lemon-size tumor in his brain. He died almost a year to the day from when he was diagnosed. Patel, only...
LONDON (AP) — Love her or loathe her, one thing's beyond dispute: Margaret Thatcher transformed Britain. The Iron Lady who ruled for 11 remarkable years imposed her will on a fractious, rundown nation — breaking the unions, triumphing in a...
A Hollywood stockbroker and her husband will spend the next seven years in prison after a jury found them guilty of conning a 94-year-old friend into signing over her $10 million estate to them. Cynthia Franke, 52, and her husband, Tyrone Javellana, 48,...
Tags: Punishment, Lawyers, Justice System, Prisons, Judges
James Courtenay Staples was an engineer at Martin Marietta, a whip-smart man who in the 1970s developed the first computer program to plot genealogy, according to his family. He used his smarts to manage computer systems for the defense contractor, to...
Abe Atiyeh may as well be fighting legendary Philadelphia Flyers' enforcer Dave "The Hammer" Schultz when it comes to the Allentown hockey arena. In what may be the last lawsuit standing over the arena development and the Neighborhood Improvement Zone...
Mrs. Joyce Ellen (Barker) Smith, 78 1/2, of Greencastle, Pa., was called to her eternal Home on Friday, April 5, 2013, following a battle with Alzheimer's. Born Oct. 18, 1934, in Leslie, W.Va., she was the daughter of Glenn and Lillian (Hale) Barker....
The infrared technology used to pinpoint the surviving Boston Marathon bombing suspect hiding in a boat is successfully used by South Florida sheriffs' offices nearly every night to apprehend crime suspects, officials say. All four Broward sheriff's...
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