Feds help local law enforcement to catch probation...

It wasn't the seven-year crime spree that put Al Capone behind bars. It was the feds who went after him on tax evasion charges. One way or another, law enforcement was going to get him.

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Vet receives mass donations for burned pit bull's treatment

Thanks to the generous donations made to Hollywood Animal Hospital for Moon's recovery, the 1-year-old pit bull's estimate for care has been met.

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Police: Hollywood man jailed for burning pit bull

A man is being held in jail in lieu of $86,000 bond, after he burned his ex-girlfriend's pit bull with scalding water following a domestic dispute, police say.

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State orders restaurant shut for second time

State records show inspectors with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation visited China Lane in Hollywood again last week and again ordered the place shut.

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11 horses, 1 steer rescued from illegal slaughterhouse

Eleven horses and one steer are rescued from an illegal slaughterhouse in Southwest Miami-Dade.

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Broward County sheriff's driver under investigation

Deputy Troy Wilkins, a fixture at the side of Sheriff Scott Israel since his election nearly two years ago, is the subject of an internal investigation that has landed him on desk duty.

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3 South Fla. lawyers face disciplinary action

Florida Supreme Court in recent court orders disciplined 15 attorneys; disbarring three, revoking the licenses of four and suspending eight.

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Broward County schools puts money into renovating old...

The Broward County School Board is experimenting more than ever with renovating crumbling portable classrooms.

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Trio of lovers accused of enslaving Hungarian gay men

A trio of Hungarian men lured citizens of their own country to come to the United States and then turned them into sex slaves

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Small local agencies buy big military equipment

Sitting in one of South Florida's most quiet cities, not far from the water fountains and waving flags, is the big military commando truck that Virginia Gardens Police Department proudly owns. It's a few thousand pounds of military metal that has…

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City terminates whistleblower who spoke to Local 10 News

Longtime Miramar employee Paul Bennett came forward to Local 10 News about the practice of double-dipping in his city last year, blowing the whistle on the city manager re-hiring his own retired brother at an inflated pay rate.

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2 restaurants, ice cream shop told to shut, clean up

Two restaurants and an ice cream shop were ordered shut until the establishments were cleaned after live insects and rodent activity were found by inspectors.

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