Reporter, South Florida Sun Sentinel
South Florida Sun Sentinel reporter covering local government as well as environmental issues
sun-sentinel.com — A committee at Florida's Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles has reviewed more than 1,800 vanity plate requests in the last 10 years. The ones that get rejected often have objectionable language, sexual innuendo and more. Sometimes, harmless ones -- like G8R H8R -- don't make the cut either.
sun-sentinel.com — If you're looking to get away from theme parks and beaches, Florida has no shortage of quirky attractions that could be worth your time.
sun-sentinel.com — Happy Freebie Friday! On the eve of Father's Day weekend, we've got a massive roundup of freebies and fun things to do and eat for Big Daddy. If you still need to buy a gift, check our huge roundup of retail coupons so you can save more when you shop, right through Sunday.
articles.sun-sentinel.com — Thirty Palm Beach County school buses on Friday put Lake Okeechobee in their rearview mirrors and practiced racing a rush of water. It's a drive that lakeside residents and emergency management officials alike hope they never have to make - fleeing flooding from a breach in Lake Okeechobee's more than 70-year-old dike.
Florida International University becomes first Florida institution to offer in-state tuition to deferred action immigrant childrensun-sentinel.com — Florida International University has become the state's first public college to offer in-state tuition to some immigrants who have yet to achieve full legal status. Under a new policy, Florida students granted temporary federal protection from deportment are charged in-state tuition, which is one third the cost of non-resident tuition.
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