BSO: Woman confesses to stabbing boyfriend multiple times after infidelity dispute in North Lauderdale
A North Lauderdale woman is facing an attempted murder charge after stabbing her boyfriend multiple times during an infidelity dispute in February, Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies confirmed Tuesday.
BSO: Dealership duo defrauded company, customers out of nearly $650K
In what deputies characterized as an “systematic, organized scheme,” two employees of a North Lauderdale car dealership are accused of selling stolen vehicles and defrauding customers and the company out of hundreds of thousands of dollars over a nearly four-year span.
Shortage of 911 operators means dispatch can’t promptly deal with flood of calls
After three bolts of lightning struck and caused a fire at a row of townhomes in Broward, dispatchers weren’t able to answer the flood of 911 calls that followed. Officials said they did handle the 911 call needed to dispatch firefighters and fire rescue personnel.
Pinewood Elementary teacher who died of COVID in Broward had plans to get vaccine
Janice Wright, who was a Broward County Public Schools special education teacher and a Broward Teachers Union steward at Pinewood Elementary School in North Lauderdale, died of complications with COVID-19 just before she had planned to get the vaccine. She was 48.
Science teacher on mask mandate in Broward: ‘Risks are way too high; inconvenience is minimal’
Edward “Ed” Farrell said he felt a sense of relief when he learned the School Board of Broward County decided to mandate face masks again when students return to class for the 2021-22 school year on Aug. 18.