The feel-good story of the second half of the NBA season is feeling a bit shaky at the moment, even with a spirited effort in Sunday’s 112-108 loss to the Boston Celtics at TD Garden.
The reality at the moment for … Continue reading
Three family members were struck by a pickup truck Sunday evening as they were walking back to their hotel after dinner, severing a woman’s leg and injuring her 10-year-old brother, authorities said.
”This is tragic, a family down here for a … Continue reading
Dolphins owner Steve Ross interested in housing Miami Open near Hard Rock Stadium to keep tournament in Miami, source says
The uncertain future of Key Biscyane as the long-term home for the Miami Open has prompted Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross to consider moving the combined ATP-WTA world-class tennis tournament in and around Hard Rock Stadium.
Ross, a billionaire real estate … Continue reading
A man from Palm Beach County has been arrested in connection with the death of a woman whose body was found Saturday morning inside of an area home.
Randy Allen Herman, Jr., 24, appeared in court Sunday. He is charged with … Continue reading
NEW YORK — It’s over.
Florida’s fairy-tale run through the NCAA Tournament ended Sunday as the Gators bumbled their way through a rough second half and watched South Carolina pull away for a 77-70 victory in the East Region final.
The … Continue reading
When Davie snowbirds Helen Wheeker and George Nobel took flight for Michigan four days ago, they figured they’d be on the ground in Grand Rapids about three hours later.
But instead, they landed in remote Odgensburg, N.Y. — thanks in part … Continue reading
An initial investigation of a recent airstrike believed to have killed more than 200 civilians in Mosul found it was conducted by the U.S.-led coalition at the request of Iraqi security forces, the Pentagon said Saturday.
Witnesses said the airstrike killed … Continue reading
Gunfire erupted early Sunday inside a crowded Cincinnati nightclub after a dispute broke out among several men, killing one man and injuring 15 other people, authorities said.
No suspect was in custody by the afternoon and police did not think the … Continue reading
Executives of the company building Brightline, a Miami-Orlando passenger train service, are deeply concerned about a bill wending its way through the Florida Legislature that contains rail-crossing requirements that could disrupt the project’s West Palm Beach-to-Orlando segment, the Miami Herald … Continue reading
For decades, Americans looking to retire or to get a fresh start have fueled massive population growth in South Florida. But that long-standing trend might be coming to an end, according to new Census estimates analyzed by university researchers in … Continue reading