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Motorcyclist, 30, dies after wreck in Coral Springs

A motorcyclist who was not wearing a helmet crashed when a Nissan made a left turn in front of him, authorities said.

Sebastian Figueroa, 30, of Parkland, died Tuesday, a day after the crash in the 5700 block of University Drive, said Detective Ernesto Bruna, of the Coral Springs Police Department. 17 more words

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New details, and a South Florida tie, emerge in Russian hacking of Democratic Party

One more sliver of information about last year’s hacking of the Democrats came into the open Thursday. And it involves a South Florida connection.

Aaron Nevins, of Plantation, was the recipient of a trove of information from Guccifer 2.0, a hacker that stole information from the Democratic Congressional… 17 more words

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Citrix's chief people officer Donna Kimmel encourages risk-taking to spur innovation

Citrix Systems’ chief people officer Donna Kimmel is accustomed to taking risks. She took the job just six weeks before Kirill Tatarinov came aboard as the new company CEO in January 2016. 33 more words

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Trio burglarized pharmacies, pizzerias, pawn shop, police say

For two months they’ve been breaking into pizzerias, pharmacies, a pawn shop and other Boynton Beach businesses, police say.

Early Thursday they were watched in the act as they burglarized Liberty Pharmacy, 3469 Boynton Beach Blvd., and then followed to Delray Beach where they were pulled over… 17 more words

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Broward Sheriff's Office K-9 mistaken for coyote and shot

Pedro the police dog met an untimely off-duty death when he was mistaken for a coyote, shot and killed.

Pedro lived with Broward sheriff’s Sgt. Ian Sklar in Parkland. 40 more words

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Coconut Creek, victim's family settle police Taser case

The city of Coconut Creek and the family of a man who died after being shocked with police Tasers have reached a undisclosed settlement, records show. 43 more words

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Fatal police shooting in Sunrise goes to grand jury

A grand jury is expected to decide within the next several days whether a Sunrise police officer was justified in fatally shooting a mentally ill man more than two years ago, court records show. 37 more words

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