Latest South Florida Sun-Sentinel Stories
By Bob Lamendola, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 27--South Florida has become the nation's capital for doctors without medical malpractice insurance, experts say, leaving patients at risk of getting little financial help for care after a medical error.
By Sally Kestin and John Maines, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 27--It's a remarkable home, even in an upscale Coral Springs neighborhood: 12,000 square feet, manicured grounds, a guest house, five-car garage and a pair of lion statues gracing the entrance. It's also tax-free.
By Maria Herrera, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 26--The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts announced Friday its 2008-2009 season, which includes performances by Tony Award winners, lecture series and rock symphonies.
By Marc Freeman, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 24--A Palm Beach County middle school principal faces a 20-day suspension without pay for allegedly inflating student enrollment figures and awarding fake grades last fall, according to documents released Thursday.
By Marc Freeman, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 24--Eighty-three Palm Beach County schools will receive various levels of support and corrective measures this year to comply with changing Adequate Yearly Progress requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
By Andy Reid, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 24--After another lawn-soaking, puddle-producing summer storm rolls through, familiar taunts rain down on the top forecaster for the South Florida Water Management District.
Once again, as seen in many a book, movie or TV show before it, an alien has invaded Earth with a purpose that might be closely linked to our ultimate demise. Only this time, the alien looks a lot like Eddie Murphy.
By Ray Sanchez, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 23--GUIRA DE MELENA, Cuba -- When Ricardo Gourrie Valle is not caring for patients at a rural clinic, he's toiling the land on his family's 35-acre farm.
By Nick Sortal, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 23--Reflexology has been around for about 5,000 years, but it hasn't filtered into the public's consciousness as much as, say, yoga or meditation.
By Patty Pensa, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul. 23--Would you spend $4,000 to store your stem cells? A Boca Raton start-up is banking on the potential of these tiny powerhouses and hoping the public will catch on too.