Groups respond to homeless increase at John Prince Park

John Prince Park is meant to be a place for families but has also become a home base for approximately 125 homeless people, up 28-percent from the summer. It’s catching the attention and visitors and the people who want to help.
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Impeachment trial: Dems say oust Trump or he’ll betray again; ‘he is who he is’

Democratic House prosecutors are launching their final arguments on obstruction charges at Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.


Groups respond to homeless increase at John Prince Park

40 tickets written to drivers blocking intersection in Boynton Beach

PBSO: Arrest made in deadly hit-and-run crash

Man accused of pointing laser at MCSO helicopter

Brightline promotes mental health, offers free haircuts

A new effort is working to stop suicide and promote mental health awareness.
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  9-year-old boy released from hospital after Seattle shooting

Panic filled the streets of downtown Seattle after seven people were struck by gunfire on Wednesday.

West Palm police roll out crime-fighting unit: G.H.O.S.T.

Coco Gauff beats champ Osaka at Australian Open

Vero Beach police release crash report that killed sophomore rower, injured 11

Escaped prisoner caught in Indian River County

  Super Bowl attendees head north for accommodations

UPDATE: Railroad gate problem fixed in downtown West Palm Beach

VIDEO: Search for car burglary suspect in Martin County

Sheriff: Deputy shot 14-year-old who stole vehicle, rammed patrol car

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NYPD officer charged in the death of his 8-year-old son

Authorities say the boy died last week after being left in a garage as temperatures dropped to under 20 degrees.


NFL’s Saints seek to shield PR help to church in sex crisis

Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is a married man

Tebow talked about his wedding to Miss Universe 2017 Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters.


  Kindergartner left behind in Florida classroom

Ultima Fitness closing in Wellington

Literacy Coalition gets $10,000 grant

  Doomsday Clock: It’s closer to midnight than it’s ever been

Michelle Carter, of texting suicide case, freed from jail

A woman convicted of manslaughter for urging her suicidal boyfriend to kill himself has been released from jail.
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85,000 museum artifacts feared lost in NYC Chinatown fire

A museum official says some 85,000 artifacts that tell the story of the Chinese migration to the United States may have been lost in a fire in Manhattan’s Chinatown.

Powder found at courthouse not hazardous

Palm Beach County’s Choice Program deadline is Friday

Overcrowded Jupiter High School to get 26 modular classrooms

Rod Stewart, son plead not guilty to simple battery charges in Palm Beach