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Former Boynton Beach star Trequan Smith returns home with Northern Illinois for Boca Bowl
West Palm Beach (CBS12) — Boca Raton Bowl week is exciting for any College Football fan in Palm Beach County, but it's even more exciting for the players involved who happen to be from Palm Beach County or the Treasure Coast. For those players on Northern Illinois and the University of Alabama at Bi
VIDEO: Red light runner slams into car in Boynton Beach
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — Police are using a dramatic video to remind folks to stop when the light is red. Boynton Beach Police shared video of a driver of an SUV who ran a red light and crashed into another car.
Chilly start! Stormy weather expected later this week across Central Florida
ORLANDO, Fla. - It's a chilly start to the week Monday as colder and drier air moved into Central Florida. It will be sunny a cool with an average high of 66 degrees across Central Florida, Certified meteorologist Brian Shields said.
Woman posing as nurse forces way into Boynton Beach home
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - A woman impersonating a nurse forced her way into a Boynton Beach home, pushed the 77-year-old resident to the floor and stole several bottle of prescription drugs.
UPDATE: Chris Alfeo, Amber Reif, Brenda Walker Killed
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Investigators have released the names of the three people killed in a horrific crash early Saturday morning on the I-95 off-ramp to Palmetto Park Road.
Pet Supermarket employee pocketed cash from fraudulent returns: Police
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — A woman who worked at a Pet Supermarket in Boynton Beach is facing fraud charges. Boynton Beach Police said Jamie Beth Ceaser, 39, stole more than $1800 from her employer earlier this year.
NEW: In Boynton, new rangers already making an impact in park patrols
If you try to drive into a Boynton Beach park at night, expect a visit from a ranger. Although they only started patrolling in October, Jesse Gonzalez, Percy Ealy Jr. and Alex Levine have already made a strong presence in city parks.
West Palm Beach man, 50, dies in fiery Martin County crash
A 50-year-old West Palm Beach man died on the scene of a fiery crash in Martin County on Sunday evening. Jorge Enrique Avila was the driver of a 1988 Ford Crown Victoria that became engulfed in flames after being struck by a 2000 Ford-150 driven by a 36-year-old Okeechobee woman, according to the Fl
Three killed in fiery wrong-way crash on I-95 exit ramp in Boca Raton
Three people were killed early Saturday in a fiery wrong-way crash on an Interstate 95 exit ramp in Boca Raton, the Florida Highway Patrol reported. A 2012 Kia Optima with two people in it was traveling northbound on the southbound I-95 exit ramp at Palmetto Park Road when the accident occured at ab
Boynton Beach synagogue offers church its facility for Christmas Eve service
The synagogue Congregation L'Dor Va-Dor in Boynton Beach has opened its facility to a local church that needed a place to host its Christmas Eve service. While Joy Church in Delray Beach rents space for its functions, the place it rents from is not available for the Dec. 24 service, so Rabbi Barry S
Three dead in fiery head-on collision in Boca Raton
The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a fiery crash that left three people dead at the Interstate 95 Palmetto Exit ramp in Boca Raton. The driver of a Kia Optima was traveling the wrong direction on the exit ramp around 1 a.m., Saturday.
Palm Springs neighborhood livid after ducks were violently killed
PALM SPRINGS, Fla. (CBS12) — A Palm Springs neighborhood is terribly upset after ducks were killed near their homes and where children play. Neighbors in the Lakewood subdivision say an animal removal service came by last week and started shooting and killing ducks that some consider a nuisance.
Sheriff's Deputies share holiday happiness with local kids
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (CBS12) — The Palm Beach Sheriff's Office had a special night of giving with 10 special young people and their families Thursday night. As part of PBSO's "Heros and Helpers" event, a group of festive deputies met the children at the Target store. Each child paired up with a deput
Fire engulfs clubhouse at Delray Beach condominium complex
Residents of Deauville Village condominiums in Delray Beach watched in horror Friday evening as the complex's clubhouse went up in an inferno. When Palm Beach County Fire Rescue arrived at the complex near West Atlantic Avenue and Jog Road at about 6:30 p.m., flames were shooting through the roof an
Neglected: Even when staffs cause patient deaths, Florida nursing homes face few penalties
When 81-year-old Dolly Moore became lethargic and lost her appetite, nurses at Parklands Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Gainesville said there was nothing wrong. Her children were told to accept that their mother’s worsening dementia triggered the symptoms. Moore was not ill. Her lab results wer
'Blood everywhere': Palm Springs community furious about eliminating nuisance ducks — with guns
PALM SPRINGS — Amei Francesco-Folsom arrived home on a Thursday afternoon to find blood all over the streets in her Palm Springs neighborhood. Her husband, Greg, informed her the blood was from neighborhood ducks and she subsequently called her town’s maintenance department to have it cleaned.
New clues revealed in hit-and-run that killed former FAU student
BOCA RATON, Fla. (CBS12) — Police revealed new clues in the investigation into a hit-and-run that killed a former FAU student in Boca Raton. Investigators narrowed in on the type of car they believe hit and killed Asia McClave as she crossed Glades Road on Monday night. Police said the car took off
Overturned tractor trailer blocks traffic on Florida Turnpike in Sumter County
An overturned tractor trailer blocked traffic for several hours Thursday on the Florida Turnpike in Sumter County. Orlando Gonzalez, 45, of Lake Worth had been at the wheel of the semi at 2:46 p.m. on the turnpike north of U.S. 301 when he came upon backed-up traffic and failed to stop, according to
Strong storms move through Central Florida; cooler weather to follow
ORLANDO, Fla. - Strong to severe storms are moving through Central Florida, chief meteorologist Tom Terry said Friday evening. The storms are producing a lot of wind, so the main threats are damaging straight-line winds and isolated tornadoes, Terry said.
Boynton Beach area events: Dec. 19-29
This calendar includes events taking place in Boynton Beach, Lantana, South Palm Beach and surrounding areas. Events subject to change. Interfaith Cafe: 7 p.m. Free. South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach. meetup.com/Interfaith-Cafe or 561-330-0245.