2:04 AM EST, Sat January 31, 2015

Lauderdale beach plans scaled back

FORT LAUDERDALE – Plans for spending $108 million on beach redevelopment will no longer include an expansion of the Las Olas Marina, improvements to D.C. Alexander Park or significant changes to a replacement aquatic center.

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Pregnant woman sentenced to 15 years in prison in DUI manslaughter case

A pregnant woman was sentenced Friday to 15 years in prison for getting drunk one Sunday afternoon in 2012, getting behind the wheel of her car and crashing it into a poolside cabana at the Riverside Hotel in Fort Lauderdale, killing a pregnant woman.

Teen struck by car in Deerfield Beach

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Crews tow sinking 63-foot yacht to shore

Four people were rescued from a sinking yacht Friday afternoon.

'I don't want to die,' woman tells attacker in Pompano Beach restroom

Over two years of cleaning public restrooms in Broward County parks, the worst DaJuan Johnson ever had to deal with was catching a homeless person sleeping in a bathroom stall.

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Ex-karate teacher imprisoned for sex with 12-year-old

Using flattery and a 12-year-old girl's love of poetry, a former South Florida martial arts instructor lured the child into a sexual relationship.

Man being mentally evaluated after SWAT incident, deputies say

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Detectives hunt repeat rooftop robbers

Authorities are on the hunt for two masked men who have been terrorizing employees of money-lending stores throughout Broward County.

Broward teachers union, district at odds over new pay law

The Broward school district and its teachers union are in a bitter feud over how to implement a controversial state law that requires paying teachers based on performance.

Two charged with burglarizing homes; more than $48K in property stolen

Two 18-year-olds are accused of breaking into five Cooper City homes and stealing property worth an estimated $48,533, the Broward Sheriff's Office said Friday.

Riverside Market founder opens home brewing supply store

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Mitt Romney won't run in 2016, says new leaders will have 'better chance'

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney announced Friday that he will not run for president in 2016, cutting short a third run for the White House two weeks after he publicly announced his interest.

George Zimmerman won't be charged in wine bottle DV case

George Zimmerman won't be prosecuted for allegedly throwing a wine bottle at his girlfriend, the State Attorney's Office said today.

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