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Scales used to weigh travelers' luggage at South Florida airports are frequently inaccurate, records show.
The deaths of at least 15 ducks in Coconut Creek, Fla., likely were caused by botulism, a wildlife official says.
By Miguel Helft The swift, sharp and short-lived collapse of United Airlines shares Sept. 8 has been followed by a week of finger-pointing.
A lawyer for two teenage girls says they are suing a jailed Florida billionaire for more than $100 million for allegedly soliciting erotic massages.
By Joshua Freed Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS -- The 2002 bankruptcy of United Airlines parent company was big news at the time, and big news again on Monday when an investment newsletter mistakenly passed along an old news story about the Chapter 11 filing, thinking it was new.
United Airline's stock value plunged Monday after a 5-year-old news story was posted on a Florida newspaper's Web site.
Police say a North Dakota couple drowned and a teenager was missing as Hurricane Gustav roughed up the water off South Florida. Bradley Perleberg, 41, and Terry Ann Perleberg, 45, drowned Sunday afternoon off Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Monday.
State officials say no one should go swimming in waters off the coast of Broward County, Fla., following possible sewage and septic spills in the area.
Campaigners for likely Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Barack Obama say they're combing Florida barbershops and beauty salons to find unregistered voters.
America's Emergency Network, Inc. (AEN), a wholly owned subsidiary of Brampton Crest International, Inc. (OTCBB: BRCI), today announced that it has installed its system in Broward County -- Florida's second most populous county.
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