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Boynton Beach police gear up for annual toy drive

Members of the Boynton Beach SWAT team and police explorers greeted shoppers today at Walmart on Federal Highway. The group was there to kick off their annual toy drive. Police spokeswoman, Stephanie Slater, said the toy drive will benefit the Children's Healing Institute. Shoppers were seen drop

WPBF NEWS 25 - 2017-11-24 23:02:00

NEW: Man shot in Boynton Beach, taken to hospital

A man is in the hospital after a shooting in Boynton Beach, according to city police. Officers were called to the parking lot on the 1000 block of West Gateway Boulevard, across the street from the Publix plaza and just west of Interstate-95. The unidentified man was taken to a hospital to treat his

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Boynton Beach police department revamps use-of-force training center

The Boynton Beach police department has renovated their indoor firing range into a state-of-the-art facility. It will be used for officers to take part in use-of-force training. Boynton Beach police Sgt. Peter Picciano is a firearms instructor. He said surround sound, LED's and red and blue lighti

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Inaccurate estimate of Boynton Beach Town Square prompts concern among taxpayers

An estimate that was way off is causing a lot of anxiety about who will pay for the miscalculation. A huge project to revamp downtown Boynton Beach is going to cost the city more than taxpayers were originally thought -- about 40 million more. After speaking to longtime residents, CBS12 went to May

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CBS12 gets inside look into the dangers Boynton Beach officers face

CBS12 got an an inside look at the dangers officers are put through every day. The Boynton Beach Police Department invited one of CBS12's crews to go through the agency's use of force training. Reporter Yaremi Farinas experienced that split-second decision officers face out in the streets. What you'

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Woman with slashed throat ID's Florida murder suspect

Franklin Tucker, John Johnson, and Rory Wilson are charged with murder and slashing a woman's throat during a robbery in the Florida Keys. (MCSO) A woman who had her throat slashed during a robbery managed to identify her attacker, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Now, three people a

CBS12.COM - 2017-11-23 17:18:07

SWAT situation at mobile home park in suburban West Palm Beach

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said residences at a suburban West Palm Beach mobile home park have been evacuated Thursday after a SWAT standoff with a man. PBSO spokeswoman Teri Barbera said the incident is occurring at a mobile home park located near Drexel Road and Okeechobee Boulevard. A

WPTV - 2017-11-24 18:29:58

Three PBSC Employees Win Bravo Awards

Two faculty and one staff member received Palm Beach State College's Bravo Award at the annual Employee Recognition Awards Ceremony this morning in the Duncan Theatre on the Lake Worth campus. Professors Suzanne Duff and Allen Webber and Interim Student Learning Center Manager Wesley Wells were sele

BOCARATONTRIBUNE.COM - 2017-11-24 17:20:25

Mr. Menomonie to be crowned at MHS on Nov. 29

Sponsored by Menomonie DECA, the Mr. Menomonie pageant returns for a third year on Monday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. in the Menomonie High School auditorium. Admission is $3; activity passes will not be accepted. Mr. Menomonie is a pageant in which 10 junior and senior boys compete in a series of events to

CHIPPEWA HERALD - 2017-11-24 22:50:00

Ben Bromley: Wisconsin voters, cows don't follow the herd

Wisconsin residents don't follow blindly, whether they're voters or cows. Last week, a cattle drive was called off when 50 cows, rather than take orders from cattlemen, decided they'd rather destroy a soybean field. Try to push around Wisconsinites, be they bipedal or bovine, and we'll push back. It

CHIPPEWA HERALD - 2017-11-25 02:30:00

S. MARK TYLER: Fine 10th Senate GOP candidates offer voters a true choice

I've known both Adam Jarchow and Shannon Zimmerman for a long time. I've worked with each in a variety of different ways and hold each in the highest regard. What I know about each of them, that they both share equally, is this: Each is highly successful in their chosen profession. Each is dedicated

CHIPPEWA HERALD - 2017-11-24 22:45:00

Frac-tured hills: Professor's book goes inside the fight against Wisconsin sand mines

Menomonie, Wis. - Like the west-central Wisconsin residents he attended meetings with, Thomas Pearson became aware of frac sand mining as a citizen, concerned about a new industry that threatened to alter lives and landscapes. His concern, as he watched the drama unfold, grew into a research project

CHIPPEWA HERALD - 2017-11-24 22:00:00

Barnhill: Green jobs essential for state's future

Throughout 2017, Wisconsinites kept hearing an old argument: jobs versus the environment. We must choose, we are told, between a healthy environment and a strong economy. Nonsense. In fact, during this age of global warming, one of the best ways to build a robust economy is to protect the environmen

CHIPPEWA HERALD - 2017-11-24 20:13:00

REALTORS donate to local charities in 'Week of Giving'

It's the time of year when local REALTORS display their generosity and help support charities in their communities during a "Week of Giving." The REALTORS Association of Northwestern Wisconsin recently presented a check for over $1,500 to Stepping Stones in Menomonie. The REALTORS raised more than $

CHIPPEWA HERALD - 2017-11-23 17:25:00

Thankful mom: MCHS patient looks back on long road to motherhood

"I didn't think I would ever be able to have a baby," says Jess Pederson, 32, of Eau Claire. "There was a point when it just seemed like this wasn't going to happen." Pederson looks back thankfully now that her baby boy, Chet, is home, eating ravenously and filling out with the chubby cheeks of baby

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State farmers make hearty contributions to nation's Thanksgiving meals

Except for coffee beans used to brew a pot of java to wash down some pie and stave off a turkey coma, the traditional Thanksgiving dinner can all be grown in Wisconsin. And in a few cases - namely cranberries and snap beans - the state is No. 1 in the U.S. for producing the main ingredient for those

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Deadly shooting in Westmont neighborhood, police seek leads

A man was shot to death Friday in the Westmont neighborhood of South Los Angeles. Detectives responded at 2:50 p.m. Friday to the 1300 block of West 104th Street to investigate. The victim was transported to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Anyone with information about the shooting should

MYNEWSLA.COM - 2017-11-25 04:15:19

Annual Fall Festival Returns to St. Anne's

Various rides and games from the festival grounds. St. Anne's Church on Colorado Avenue recently hosted its annual Fall Festival, with free admission to anyone in the community attracting mostly families with children from around town. The festival included many carnival rides and games, for which f

SANTA MONICA MIRROR - 2017-11-24 19:05:17

Center Stage: The World Premiere of "Chasing Mem'ries" Lands at the Geffen With a Thud

I might as well get it said from the top. "Chasing Mem'ries," written and directed by Josh Ravetch, is an unbearable schmaltzy, overly sentimental, soppy play. Billed as "A Different Kind of Musical," that is an apt sub-heading as this is definitely not a musical, but a dramedy with music and only t

SANTA MONICA MIRROR - 2017-11-24 18:58:43

Alert Police Blotter 11/20/17-11/24/17

A Few Cocktails. On Wednesday, November 15, at 9:45 a.m. officers of the Santa Monica Police Department received a radio call informing them that a man was acting in a very suspicious manner in the area of Ocean Avenue and Pacific Street. The officers drove to the aforementioned area and located (ba

SANTA MONICA MIRROR - 2017-11-24 18:24:46