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Suspects steal over $13,000 worth of merchandise from retail store

Authorities at the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office are currently searching for two suspects who reportedly stole over $13,000 in baby items from a retail store. The theft took place at a Buy Buy Baby in Royal Palm Beach on November 16th. Officials say the two men walked into the store’s stock room and placed […]

Two PBC High School Students Accused of Carrying Firearms

Two Palm Beach County high school students are facing charges, after they were found carrying firearms. The Riviera Beach Police Department says it received information just before 3 p.m. Friday that one of the students, who attends William T. Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, was on a school bus headed to Riviera Beach. The […]

White Castle Could Be Returning to FL, Plans Monday Announcement

The White Castle hamburger chain could be bringing its famous sliders back to the Sunshine State, more than a half-century after closing all its locations here. A news release issued late last week states that the company plans to make an announcement at 10 a.m. Monday at the future site of Village at O-Town West, […]

UPDATED: Officials Identify Victims in Saturday’s Jupiter Train Crash

SUNDAY 2 P.M. UPDATE: The victims of Saturday’s train vs. car accident have been identified. Officials with the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office say that 58-year-old Valery Rintamaki and her grandchildren, 8-year-old Skyler Prestano and 10-year-old Trystan Prestano, were killed when an Amtrak train struck their vehicle. The PBSO report states that Rintamaki was going […]

Secretary of Navy Says Trump’s Tweet is Not a Formal Order

Secretary of the U.S. Navy Richard Spencer says that he does not consider a tweet by President Trump to be an order, and that he would need a formal order to stop a review of a sailor who could lose Navy Seal status. The comments came after President Trump tweeted last Thursday: The Navy will […]

Climate Protesters Disrupt Harvard-Yale Football Game

The Harvard-Yale football game was delayed briefly on Saturday, after more than 100 students and alumni flooded the field in protest of the schools’ endowments from fossil fuel companies. One banner read, “Nobody wins. Yale & Harvard are complicit in climate injustice.” Harvard was leading Yale 15-3 during the game in New Haven, Connecticut when the […]

Scott Israel Files Federal Lawsuit to Be Reinstated as Broward’s Sheriff

Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel has filed a federal complaint against Governor Ron DeSantis, after the Florida Senate voted last month not to reinstate him as sheriff. The lawsuit seeks Israel’s reinstatement on the grounds that the state Senate’s removal decision was purely a partisan action. According to the lawsuit, the Senate “changed the rules” […]

Woman raises kitten that turns out to be wild puma

A small “kitten” named Tito has stolen a lot of hearts but has a big secret, Inside Edition reports. The secret is that Tito is a wild puma. When Florencia Lobo and her brother discovered two babies abandoned near Santa Rosa de Leales, Argentina, they assumed they were two little kittens who had lost their […]

FL man jailed for road-rage attack, allegedly spit food in woman’s mouth

A Florida man was arrested on Thursday for allegedly spitting food into a woman’s mouth during a road-rage incident. Deputies arrested 61-year-old David Paul Wipperman on felony battery charges in connection to the Oct. 29., incident. According to an arrest report, Wipperman got into a road rage incident with an unidentified woman that evening. He reportedly […]

GOP senators ask Treasury for reports on Hunter Biden

Republican senators are asking the Treasury Department for reports on former Vice President  Joe Biden’s son. Reuters reports the Republican chairmen of two Senate committees sent a letter to the Treasury Department requesting reports of fraud or money laundering in the business dealings between Hunter Biden and a Ukraine energy firm. It is unclear at […]