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Public defender reports alarming coronavirus issues in Broward County Jail

Public defender reports alarming coronavirus issues in Broward County Jail

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun SentinelApr 19, 2020 at 1:53 pmBroward County Jail inmates diagnosed with COVID-19 are reporting alarming conditions, according to the county Public Defender’s Office.Among the allegations:AdvertisementThe issues were raised in a letter dated Friday night to Sheriff Greg Tony from Public Defender Howard Finkelstein and his chief assistant, Gordon Weekes.“We are in receipt of very disturbing information regarding the treatment of persons in the Broward County Jail who have been diagnosed with COVID-19,” Finkelstein and Weekes said in the letter to Tony in...

April 19, 2020
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Rubio and Scott push to keep Florida in daylight saving time year-round

Rubio and Scott push to keep Florida in daylight saving time year-round

AdvertisementBy News Service of FloridaSep 16, 2020 at 5:37 pmWASHINGTON — Florida’s U.S. senators are making a new push for year-round daylight-saving time, this time tied to the coronavirus pandemic.Two years after backing a state legislative effort to put Florida on year-round daylight-saving time, U.S. Sen. and U.S. Sen. Rick Scott introduced a bill to skip the change to standard time this fall across the country.AdvertisementThe Republican senators said in a news release that the intent is to provide “one year of stability for families who are already dealing with enough change with...

September 16, 2020
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Here are South Florida’s state legislative races to watch

Here are South Florida’s state legislative races to watch

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun-SentinelAug 03, 2020 at 11:22 amThe Florida Legislature will be making some tough decisions as the coronavirus pandemic sends the state’s revenues plummeting.Several key races are on the Aug. 18 ballot that will shape who is representing South Florida when the Legislature takes a hard look at funding for education, affordable housing and the environment.AdvertisementRepublicans are firmly in control in Tallahassee, holding 23 of the 40 Senate seats. In the House, Republicans control 73 of the 120 seats.But South Florida is a bastion of Democratic support....

August 3, 2020
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Trump trashed mail voting for months. He now says it’s great for Florida.

Trump trashed mail voting for months. He now says it’s great for Florida.

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun SentinelAug 04, 2020 at 4:57 pmAfter months warning that voting by mail is riddled with fraud and would be used to rig the election against him, President Donald Trump suddenly reversed himself on Tuesday — at least as far as Florida is concerned.Trump now says voting by mail in Florida is great.Advertisement“Whether you call it Vote by Mail or Absentee Voting, in Florida the election system is Safe and Secure, Tried and True,” he . “[I]n Florida I encourage all to request a Ballot & Vote by Mail! #MAGA.”Trump’s about-face likely stems from self...

August 4, 2020
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Sunrise cop charged with leaking secrets to the press

Sunrise cop charged with leaking secrets to the press

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun-SentinelSep 18, 2020 at 7:00 pmSUNRISE — A Sunrise police sergeant accused of leaking secrets to the news media was formally charged Friday with eight felonies and two misdemeanors.Roger Krege, 45, , when his own department accused him of using his now ex-wife as a go-between to pass the name of a confidential informant to a South Florida Sun Sentinel reporter. Prosecutors say he illegally copied the list of informants.AdvertisementKrege is a former police union president who joined the Sunrise Police Department in 2001.“The defendant knew that Mrs. Krege...

September 18, 2020
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It’s Primary Day in Florida; there’s still time to vote

It’s Primary Day in Florida; there’s still time to vote

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun SentinelAug 18, 2020 at 7:10 pmThe look of the precincts may have that 2020 apocalyptic feel to them, with masks, social distancing, and lots of sanitizer. But today is Florida’s primary, and neighborhood polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.AdvertisementTurnout so far has been light, especially in comparison to the high numbers of mail-in ballots. The impact of the pandemic has been apparent throughout the day, reducing the number of in-person voters, requiring the last-minute training of replacement election workers and leading to health...

August 18, 2020
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Heat’s Jimmy Butler, Goran Dragic out Thursday vs. Bucks

Heat’s Jimmy Butler, Goran Dragic out Thursday vs. Bucks

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun-SentinelAug 06, 2020 at 3:42 pmForward Jimmy Butler and guard Goran Dragic were ruled out of the Heat’s Thursday game against the Milwaukee Bucks at Disney World’s Wide World of Sports complex, Butler with a sore foot, Dragic due to a sprained left ankle.The Heat also were without rookie forward KZ Okpala, due to personal reasons, and rookie guard Gabe Vincent, due to knee soreness.AdvertisementButler missed Tuesday’s 112-106 victory over the Boston Celtics due to what the team initially had termed “right ankle soreness.”Thursday marked the 13th game Butler...

August 5, 2020
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South Florida may stay locked down longer than other areas

South Florida may stay locked down longer than other areas

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun SentinelApr 18, 2020 at 9:52 pmGetting back to some semblance of normalcy might take longer in South Florida than in other parts of the state, Gov. Ron DeSantis said Friday.Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties have of coronavirus cases — more than 14,000 of Florida’s 24,753 cases as of Friday evening.AdvertisementIn some less populated areas, the disease spread has been tiny. Just west of Palm Beach in Hendry County, with its population of just over 42,000, there have been only 28 cases. In Lake County, north and west of Orlando, 187 cases have been...

April 18, 2020
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Florida Supreme Court rejects Francis appointment, orders DeSantis to pick new justice by Monday

Florida Supreme Court rejects Francis appointment, orders DeSantis to pick new justice by Monday

AdvertisementBy Orlando SentinelSep 11, 2020 at 4:46 pmTALLAHASSEE — Palm Beach Circuit Judge Renatha Francis is constitutionally unqualified to join the Florida Supreme Court, the court ruled Friday, and Gov. Ron DeSantis must pick an eligible justice by noon on Monday.The unanimous ruling said because the state constitution requires 10-year membership in the Florida Bar to be named to the court, Francis didn’t qualify.Advertisement“The Governor has not complied with the constitution’s clear commands,” the high court ruling states.Later on Friday, Francis wrote a letter to DeSantis...

September 11, 2020
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Fort Lauderdale man accused of making threat to kill Trump, complaining about his COVID-19 response

Fort Lauderdale man accused of making threat to kill Trump, complaining about his COVID-19 response

AdvertisementBy South Florida Sun-SentinelJul 30, 2020 at 3:15 pmA Fort Lauderdale man faces charges of threatening to kill the president after he texted that he wanted to open Donald Trump’s skull “like the cantaloupe that it is,” authorities say.Cesar Saiz, 57, could get up to five years in federal prison because of the threats he made over the text message exchange, officials say.AdvertisementSaiz sent the messages on the evening of July 18, telling an acquaintance that the only way to fix the country was to assassinate Trump, according to court records. “Take the demon down,” Saiz...

July 30, 2020
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