Mom at heart of Broward transgender athlete controversy: My daughter was wrongly outed
“A lot of things were taken from my family this week — our privacy, sense of safety, and right to self-determination.”
Police chases unfold in Miami-Dade, Broward counties
It was quite a start to the workweek Monday with two separate police chases in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. One chase came to an end in the area of Northwest 10th Avenue and 49th Street in Fort Lauderdale. Sky 10 was above the scene just before 11:30 a.m. as a...
Transgender athlete controversy continues in Florida
On Wednesday, Fort Lauderdale's Monarch High School students walked out of class in protest over a decision made by the Broward County School District. The county removed several staff members, including the principal, pending an investigation that started after they say a young teenaged girl, who was originally born a male, competed on the school’s girls’ volleyball team.
Church Banner Removed From Marjory Stoneman Douglas After Activist Sought ‘Satanology’ Ad
A challenge to a church advertisement at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School ended in victory Monday for Broward County political activist Chaz Stevens. The post Church Banner Removed From Marjory Stoneman Douglas After Activist Sought ‘Satanology’ Ad appeared first on Parkland Talk.
From Festive to Fraud: Florida Couple's Lavish Light Display Conceals Squatting Secret
Deck the Halls of Deceit: Florida Pair Behind Dazzling Display Revealed as Squatters. A couple living in a home in Broward County that has become known for its lavish Christmas displays has been revealed to have been illegally squatting in the house for fifteen years.
Surveillance footage captures attempted car burglar defacing vehicles in North Lauderdale
NORTH LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) - Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives are seeking the public’s help in identifying an individual captured by surveillance cameras during an attempted car burglary in the Hamptons West community in mid-October, leaving behind a disturbing message. The incident occurred around 1 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct....
Moldy ice machines. Roaches dead, alive, eggs. Fort Lauderdale area restaurant issues
The location of those roaches also feels icky.
FLDOE Addresses Transgender Student Athlete Controversy and Miami Commissioner Fights Against Salary Garnishing
Explore the controversy surrounding a transgender student athlete in Broward and the subsequent student walkout. Also, delve into the backlash faced by Miami Commissioner Joe Caro, who is fighting against a multi-million dollar judgement for violating First Amendment rights.
Florida School Leaders Punished for Accommodating Transgender Student-Athlete
Florida students protested a principal’s reassignment on Tuesday as the school district investigated how a transgender girl was allowed to play on the girl’s volleyball team. A state law signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis in 2021 (on the first day of Pride month ) forbids trans girls and...
Broward County, interfaith groups fight religious hatred
In the days, weeks, and months since Hamas attacked Israel on Oct. 7, hatred directed at Jews and Muslims has been on the rise. According to the New York Times, “Antisemitic content soared more than 919 percent on X and 28 percent on Facebook in the month since Oct. 7, according to the Anti-Defamation League, a Jewish advocacy group. Anti-Muslim hate speech on X jumped 422 percent on Oct. 7 and Oct. 8, and rose 297 percent over the next five days, said the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, a London-based political advocacy group.”
South Florida home famous for over-the-top Christmas lights was squatted in for years
PLANTATION, Fla. – The Hyatts brought Christmas joy to South Florida with over-the-top holiday light displays at their Plantation home. Except the home that played host to the “Hyatt Family Christmas,” located at 11201 NW 14th St., wasn’t actually theirs, Broward County officials are now saying. They said Mark and Kathy Hyatt squatted on the property for 15 years.
Florida High School Boys Basketball Schedule, Live Streams in Broward County Today - December 4
Support your favorite local high school basketball team in Broward County, Florida today by tuning in and catching every play. Info on how to watch all of the high-school action can be located below. Follow high school basketball this season on the NFHS Network! Keep tabs on your family or...
Remote notary services now available
Broward Notary Public has unveiled an extensive suite of offerings designed to meet the diverse needs of their clients. Their array of services now include a reliable 24-hour online notary service, catering to all 50 states, and a local onsite service available in Coconut Creek, Coral Springs, Parkland, Margate, Pompano Beach, and the Sandalfoot Cove area of Boca Raton. Furthermore, through a press release they announced that their onsite service now extends to Wedding Officiant Services.
EDUCATIONAL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION EXPANDS INTO BROWARD COUNTY WITH THE OPENING OF A NEW BRANCH IN MIRAMAR
Educational Federal Credit Union (EdFed) is opening a new branch in Broward County located at the Miramar Park Place shopping center in Miramar, Florida. Scheduled to open in early 2024, this development marks EdFed’s first branch location to be opened outside of Miami-Dade County. “EdFed continues to experience tremendous...
High-Speed Havoc, Double Trouble as Police Chase Suspects Across Miami-Dade and Broward Counties
A wild Monday ensued in South Florida when law enforcement authorities engaged in two high-speed pursuits in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. According to Local 10, authorities in Fort Lauderdale brought one chase to an abrupt halt in an instance of life imitating an action-packed flick. The first incident, confirming that...
High-Speed Pursuits: Local Incidents Spark Wider Safety Conversation
Recent events in South Florida have brought the dangers of high-speed police pursuits into sharp focus. In Miami-Dade and Broward counties, two separate chases on a recent Monday led to multiple arrests and raised concerns about community safety. The first incident, a dramatic chase following a stolen vehicle report from Oakland Park, ended in Fort Lauderdale with a suspect's vehicle surrounded by police after endangering construction workers and intentionally colliding with a deputy's car. The pursuit concluded with the suspect's crash and arrest, leaving a deputy with minor injuries. A second chase in Miami involving a gray Dodge Charger resulted in two more detentions, although details remain scarce.
Crowded Democratic Primary shaping up to replace Patricia Hawkins-Williams
All 4 candidates are vying for their first elected office. The contest to succeed Rep. Patricia Hawkins-Williams is turning into a crowded Primary with four Democrats making a bid to represent Broward County’s House District 98. All four vying to represent the inland district that takes in central Pompano...
3 hospitalized after getting hit by vehicle in Fort Lauderdale
FORT LAUDERDALE — Three people were hospitalized after getting hit by a vehicle at a Broward County business on Saturday.According to Fort Lauderdale Fire Rescue, the incident took place on the 2900 block of North Federal Highway, where crews were responding to a call regarding a woman who had been struck. However, upon arrival, they found two other victims.All victims were transported to Broward Health, two of which were in serious condition.Fort Lauderdale Police is investigating what led up to the incident.
Broward resident takes the ultimate as finalist in Netflix’s ‘Squid Game: The Challenge’
“Squid Game: The Challenge is one of the hottest game shows on TV. And the series finale is happening this week with very big bucks on the line. Deco caught up with a contestant from South Florida who could be Netflix’s $4.5 million point man. What would you do...
Dense Fog Causes Hazardous Driving Conditions During South Florida Morning Rush Hour
• Dense fog is reducing visibility during the morning rush hour in South Florida. • The affected areas include portions of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. • Drivers may only be able to see ahead one-quarter of a mile or less.