6:27 PM EST, Sat November 22, 2014

Hunger striker vows not to eat until Fort Lauderdale homeless can be fed in public

Jillian Pim said she hasn't had a bite to eat since police cited Arnold Abbott three weeks ago for feeding the homeless at Stranahan Park.

Perkins: Are the Dolphins a 10-win team?

If the Dolphins defeat the Denver Broncos on Sunday they'll improve to 7-4 with five games remaining.

Neighbor feud escalates to shooting in Lauderdale Lakes, police say

A Lauderdale Lakes man was shot in the leg during a feud with his neighbor on Saturday morning, the Broward Sheriff's Office said.

Free $10 gift card at Target, Publix for Thanksgiving

This deal ain't no turkey and it expires today, on Saturday.

Report: FSU shooter's friends tried to get him help before library shooting

Before a man opened fire and wounded three people at Florida State University, his friends had tried several times to get him the medical care he needed, the Tampa Bay Times is reporting.

Miramar resident identified as one of three FSU shooting victims

Hours before Myron May strode into a Florida State University library with murder on his mind, he left a series of chilling voicemails saying he was being attacked by an "energy weapon" and had a scheme to expose it "once and for all."

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Ousted Miramar football coach falsified resume

Matt Strout, the former coach at the center of a wide-ranging investigation into Miramar High's football program, falsified portions of his resume when applying for the school's head coach vacancy in January, the Sun Sentinel has learned through an extensive background check.

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Wellington polo magnate sentenced to 16 years, denied bond during appeal

John Goodman's attorneys will fight to get him home for Thanksgiving, even if the Wellington polo club founder once again has a 16-year prison sentence blocking his way.

Obama action eases pressure to deport

Florida immigrants are relieved. Republicans are angry.

Multigenerational playgrounds inviting to kids, seniors

Playgrounds aren't just for kids anymore.

'Criminal Casanova' duped women from coast to coast, police say

It seems Cooper City was the most recent stop on Trevor D. Thornton's nationwide trajectory of deceived, scorned and ripped-off women, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office.

'Good Morning America' cancels Delray appearance

ABC's "Good Morning America" will no longer be saying good morning from Delray Beach on Sunday.

Colleges review security after FSU shooting

Police officers have become as visible on college campuses as students and professors, as schools respond to the early Thursday morning shooting at Florida State University.

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