3:20 AM EST, Sat November 29, 2014
Topeka Capital-Journal 14 hours ago

Reports: Royals trade Topeka native Aaron Crow to Marlins

Several online media outlets are reporting the Kansas City Royals have traded Topeka native Aaron Crow to the Florida Marlins for left-handed pitcher Brian Flynn. Fox Sports reporters Ken Rosenthal first reported the news via his Twitter account. The Royals also will receive a minor league pitcher, right-hander Reid Redman, as part of the trade, Rosenthal tweeted. The move follows a disappointing end to Crow’s stint with the Royals. The former All-Star wasn’t on the team’s postseason rosters after struggling with a 4.12 ERA in 59 innings. read more
Over the Monster 18 hours ago

Marlins interested in Allen Craig trade with Red Sox

The Marlins need to upgrade at first base, and they think Allen Craig is just the piece to help them. The Red Sox have an overabundance of outfield options after signing Hanley Ramirez to play left field, while the Marlins lack the offense from first base they need in a lineup that is mostly set. These...

Store clerk shot dead in Riviera Beach on Thanksgiving

A man in Riviera Beach was shot and killed late Thursday while working at a convenience store, Riviera Beach police said.

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Protesters enter Seattle shopping malls, chain doors shut

Protesters angered by a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer for killing an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, entered a pair of shopping malls in downtown Seattle on Friday and disrupted a tree-lighting ceremony.

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Neighbors mourn couple after bodies found in backyard in Lake Clarke Shores

Hugh Dwight Baker, 86, and Betty Baker, 83, were known as a quiet, hard-working couple who lived in their Lake Clarke Shores neighborhood for decades.

Black Friday dawns quietly in South Florida

Black Friday may be losing its early-hours glow.

Does pet cobra or rattlesnake live next door?

The pale yellow house in Davie contains creatures that could paralyze your lungs, destroy your blood cells or wreck your kidneys.

Developers may add dunes to Lauderdale's beachfront

New condominium and hotel developments along the city's beachfront could have at least one environmental benefit: Creating dunes to help protect the city's shoreline.

First-time parents adopt a lifetime of joy

Couple Ken and Amy knew they always wanted to be parents.

Mayo: A jolt of reality for FPL

Florida Power & Light Co. is wonderful. I know this because I watch TV, and I keep seeing ads from my favorite electric monopoly proclaiming how wonderful it is. Bills are falling and clean-energy initiatives are rising, FPL keeps saying. Buy enough advertising time, and people eventually...

Homeless issue goes beyond Fort Lauderdale

Broward cities have had a tense relationship with the homeless who live here.

Report: Singer Scott Stapp was placed on psychiatric hold in Florida

Singer Scott Stapp of Creed was placed on a psychiatric hold earlier this month in Madison County, Fla., according to TMZ.com.

FAU taps into booming demand for politicos

A huge outpouring of money into political campaigns has led to a lot of mudslinging in recent years, but it's also led to a lot of new jobs.

Black Friday: Mostly sunny and cool

Keep a sweater or jacket handy if you are heading out for some Black Friday shopping. At 10:30 a.m., temperatures still were hovering in the upper 50s and low 60s.

Thanksgiving Day schedule

What to expect in Broward County for the Thanksgiving holiday.

Marlins Player News

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    Miami Marlins exercise 2015 contract option on backup catcher Jeff Mathis

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    Casey McGehee

    McGehee, Young earn Comeback POY Awards

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