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Dolphins have LeBron look alike

sun-sentinel.com — Defensive end Gerald Rivers looks alot like LeBron James

McDonald's worker, 87, retires from second career

sun-sentinel.com — When Dorothy Bernstein grew bored of retirement, she started another career. She was 62 years old. Answering a help-wanted ad for seniors at McDonald's turned into a 25-year vocation. "The best thing I ever did was to go back to work," Bernstein said at a party the eatery's management put on for her.
Sep 17, 2014

At 87, McDonald's worker retires from second career bit.ly/1qLnXL9

Woman chases purse snatcher in Pompano Beach

sun-sentinel.com — VIDEO: Woman chases man seen stealing her purse in Pompano Beach A woman gave a thief a run for her money when she tried to catch a purse snatcher in Pompano Beach. He got away, but not before leaving behind clothing that may help authorities identify him.

Wilton Manors police investigate reported assault

sun-sentinel.com — Wilton Manors police investigate possible hate crime Wilton Manors police are investigating a possible hate crime after a man reported he was physically and verbally assaulted early Tuesday. The complainant told police a man called him a sexually biased slur at about 12:40 a.m.
Sep 17, 2014

Wilton Manors police investigates possible hate crime (Video) sunsent.nl/1r90RNK

Meningitis: Georgetown student from South Florida dies of apparent illness

sun-sentinel.com — A Georgetown University student died Tuesday after apparently contracting meningitis, the university said. Andrea Jaime, a 19-year-old from Miami, was a sophomore in the school of nursing and health studies, Georgetown said in a statement. She had been undergoing treatment for the infectious disease at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.

Body found in trunk; missing Miami woman's ex commits suicide

sun-sentinel.com — Roy Ruz Blanco, the ex-boyfriend of missing Miami woman Tanya Gonzalez, died at the Lower Keys Medical Center in Stock Island after stabbing himself in the stomach with a steak knife, according to a release from Becky Herrin, spokeswoman for the Keys Sheriff's Office.
Sep 17, 2014

Love Tragedy: Body found in trunk; missing #Miami woman's ex commits suicide (Video) sunsent.nl/1t8PXId

New drug policy doesn't overturn Jones and Jordan's suspensions

sun-sentinel.com — The NFL and NLFPA announced a new drug policy on Wednesday morning, which features HGH testing, the use of third party arbitration, and overturns the suspension of a few NFL players.
Sep 17, 2014

New NFL drug policy doesn't overturn suspensions of two Miami Dolphins players sunsent.nl/1tf4L89

Man ties up, beats woman he met on Craigslist 'casual encounters,' say cops

sun-sentinel.com — A Sunrise man with an extensive history of prior arrests tied up and beat a Boynton Beach woman that he met in the 'casual encounters' section of the popular Craigslist website, which caters to people looking for sexual trysts, and then stole her car, police said.

Joe Philbin remains optimistic despite poor showing vs. Bills

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Dolphins must use their winning formula to be successful

sun-sentinel.com — Joe Philbin remains optimistic despite poor showing vs. Bills The Dolphins followed their template for winning against New England. Run the ball effectively, and the defense created turnovers so they spoon-feed field position to the offense. It seems the best way for this team to win.

Is it time to pass on football?

sun-sentinel.com — It has been unseemly to watch the NFL machine sputter, America's favorite sport bending under the righteous wrath of fans, media and now sponsors over Ray Rice punching his fiancee and Adrian Peterson beating his 4-year-old son. Once upon a time, the antidote for such ugliness was to escape to the games.
Sep 17, 2014

RT @davehydesports: Is it time to fall out of love with football, America? My column on violence, football and the future. sun-sentinel.com/sports/fl-dave…

$4 for a $10 Dunkin' Donuts gift card from Groupon

sun-sentinel.com — Dunkin' Donuts Wake up and smell the bargain! Groupon.com has a great offer for $4 for a $10 Dunkin' Donuts gift card, which is a 60 percent savings. You can use the card to buy coffee, food, doughnuts. Click here for the deal. The limit is one deal per person.

BOGO at Starbucks kicks off Wednesday

sun-sentinel.com — Starbucks (Courtesy) Buy a fall drink and get one for free at Starbucks starting Wednesday. According to a post on Twitter, the offer is good from 2 to 6 p.m. on hot or cold beverages. No coupon is necessary. New additions to the menu include Pumpkin Spice Frappuccino and Salted Caramel Mocha Frappuccino.

New York Mets blowout Miami Marlins despite giving up 13 hits

sun-sentinel.com — NEW YORK - Nathan Eovaldi started. Brad Penny relieved. Wilmer Flores wasn't impressed with either one. Flores doubled off Eovaldi and added two homers off Penny, amassing six RBI in the Mets' 9-1 walloping of the Marlins Tuesday at Citi Field.