Monthly Archives: February 2015

Proposed law would limit transgender protections throughout Florida

Source: www.bradenton.com Proposed law would limit transgender protections throughout Florida A Miami Republican has filed a Florida House bill that would limit — some say “invalidate” — transgender nondiscrimination ordinances throughout the state. State Rep. Frank Artiles on Wednesday filed HB 583, titled “Single-Sex Public Facilities.” Artiles’ proposed law: “Single-Sex Public Facilities: Requires that use of single-sex facilities be restricted Continue Reading...

Car Smashes Into Living Room Of Home In Pembroke Pines

Source: www.miami.cbslocal.com Car Smashes Into Living Room Of Home In Pembroke Pines Cleanup crews worked for hours on the front of a Pembroke Pines home trying to stabilize it after police say a driver plowed into the front of the home and ended up in the living room on Thursday afternoon. City engineers declared the house unsafe. “I think that’s Continue Reading...

Dozens Of Gay Couples Marry In Fort Lauderdale Mass Ceremony

Source: www.miami.cbslocal.com Dozens Of Gay Couples Marry In Fort Lauderdale Mass Ceremony Dozens of same sex couples exchanged wedding vows and made their marriages legal making it a historic wedding day in Fort Lauderdale on Thursday. “Today is actually our 10th anniversary as well as our wedding day,” said Steve Visano with his husband to be Vaughn Bryson. “This is Continue Reading...

2 hospitalized after airboat crash

Source: www.wsvn.com 2 hospitalized after airboat crash Two women were transported to Broward Health Medical Center Tuesday after their airboats collided with each other in the Everglades. The Broward Sheriff’s Office Marine Unit is investigating the crash between a private airboat and a second airboat that belonged to a biologist from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. “They just Continue Reading...

A Legal Way Around DUI Checkpoints?

Source: www.nbcmiami.com A Legal Way Around DUI Checkpoints? DUI checkpoints are used by multiple South Florida law enforcement agencies to try to keep the streets clear of intoxicated drivers. But, a local attorney says there’s a legal way around the checkpoints for any driver, while prosecutors say not so fast. “Normally what they look for is: Do you have impaired Continue Reading...

Warning Alarm Broken On Runaway Bus That Killed Driver

Source: www.miami.cbslocal.com Warning Alarm Broken On Runaway Bus That Killed Driver On December 5, at approximately 4:30 pm, Miami-Dade County Transit driver Laquito Alvin steered her bus into the Northside Depot on 79th Street and Northwest 32nd Avenue. It was the end of her route, which had taken her from the Northside Depot to Mercy Hospital and back, and she Continue Reading...

Central Florida Mom Accused of Leaving Twins, 6, Home Alone While She Went to Gym

Source: www.nbcmiami.com   Central Florida Mom Accused of Leaving Twins, 6, Home Alone While She Went to Gym A central Florida mother faces child neglect charges after leaving her 6-year-old twin sons home alone. Police say the eastern European native cited cultural differences after one of the boys was found wandering around a Port Orange apartment complex on Saturday evening. Continue Reading...

Hollywood red-light runners caught on camera have cases dismissed | News – Home

Source: www.local10.com  Hollywood red-light runners caught on camera have cases dismissedDozens of red-light runners who were caught on camera in the city of Hollywood were in court Monday morning as their cases were dismissed.Brian Ray said he was surprised by the ruling.“I was expecting to have to plea out,” Ray said. “I wasn’t aware that it was going to be Continue Reading...

Girls Held in Brother’s Shooting Could Get Lesser Charges

Source: www.nbcmiami.com Girls Held in Brother’s Shooting Could Get Lesser Charges Charges could be dropped or greatly reduced against two young north Florida sisters accused in the fatal shooting of their 16-year-old brother, the lead prosecutor on the case said Tuesday. Third Circuit State Attorney Jeff Siegmeister said he’ll make a final decision about charges after a Thursday court hearing, Continue Reading...
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