Roughly two-thirds of the people arrested for breaking curfew in Palm Beach County during Hurricane Irma were minorities.
Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control reported that amid hasty evacuations to escape the destruction of Hurricane Irma, pet owners in the area reportedly left their animals chained or tied up outside and exposed to the dangerous weather. But those owners could now face felony charges, as both...
Authorities in south Florida rushed to rescue as many animals as possible ahead of Hurricane Irma’s arrival. In Palm Beach County, animal control officers rescued 49 dogs and two cats that weren’t just left inside a house, but rather tied up or somehow restrained so they would have no way of even attempting to escape if there is flooding. Show More Summary
The Miami Herald reports: President Donald Trump’s seaside Mar-a-Lago resort has been ordered to evacuate because of Hurricane Irma, along with the barrier islands and low-lying areas of Palm Beach County. About 125,000 Palm Beach residents are being told to leave starting Friday at 10 a.m., according to the Sun Sentinel. Show More Summary
Palm Tran has continued to embrace an open dialogue with bus operators, mechanics and everyone involved in delivering safe, efficient and courteous public transportation in Palm Beach County.
The Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel reports: As Hurricane Irma threatens South Florida, Broward and Palm Beach County officials are mulling when to open shelters and order evacuations; Miami-Dade County will begin evacuations Wednesday....Show More Summary
HONESTLY, ANYONE ALONG THE EAST COAST SHOULD BE DOING THIS: Palm Beach County residents stock up on supplies as Hurricane Irma churns west. It could still go elsewhere, but I’m thinking some sort of landfall in the United States is pretty likely.
The American Cancer Society said it did so in the name of commitment to diversity. Palm Beach County’s Kravis Center for performing arts worried about shifting focus away from its cultural... To view the full story, click the title link.
Newly released dash camera footage from the Palm Beach County Sheriff's office recorded an officer driving 104 mph after being told not to chase a suspect.
Your browser does not support iframes. Palm Beach County, Fla. has released the toxicology report related to Tiger Woods’ Memorial Day arrest. The report found Woods had in his system pain medications hydrocodone and hydromorphone; alprazolam, an anxiety medication; zolpidem, an insomnia medication; and THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods had 5 different drugs in his system at the time of his DUI arrest -- including painkillers and THC, the main chemical compound in marijuana. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office released the toxicology report from the May 29…
Detectives: Dad tells daughter he killed her mom in ’87 30 years after wife’s ‘suicide,’ husband charged with manslaughter Florida Man Charged in Wife’s 1987 Killing After Confession to Daughter: Deputies Palm Beach County man, 83, arrested for killing his wife 30 years after her death, deputies say PBSO solves 1987 Lake Worth area shooting […]
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Prosectors in Palm Beach County, Florida, have dropped a DUI charge against Tiger Woods stemming from a Memorial Day incident. Woods instead will enter a diversion program. Jupiter (Fla.) police found Woods asleep in his car early in the morning on Memorial Day. Show More Summary
Woods is eligible to enter a diversion program for first-time DUI offenders in Palm Beach County.
Tiger Woods has agreed to enter the first-time DUI offender diversion program in a plea deal reached just before his lawyer was to appear in court on his behalf. Woods’s case had been scheduled for Florida’s Palm Beach County on Wednesday morning and his lawyer had expected to enter a plea of not guilty, according to […]
Woods appears to meet the qualifications for the Palm Beach County’s first-time DUI offender program.
More proof that Donald Trump is RUINING lives! Dave and Lynn Aronberg once had a fairytale romance. The Palm Beach County State Attorney and the former Miami Dolphins cheerleader were happily married and lived a fabulous life in Florida… Then, Trump became President, and their once-blissful love affair came to a crashing halt! Related: Late Night SOUNDS OFF [...]
Donald Trump is now being cited as a reason for divorce, at least among one Florida socialite couple. A law firm representing former Miami Dolphins cheerleader Lynn Aronberg in her divorce from Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg...Show More Summary
Palm Beach Post: Detectives with the State Attorney’s Office found clear-cut evidence of voter fraud in last year’s August election, with nearly two dozen people’s signatures forged on requests for absentee ballots. But prosecutors are dropping the case. Why? They can’t … Continue reading ?