Today's News | TheAndersonNews.com from www.theandersonnews.com near Lawrenceburg - A Lawrenceburg man was killed and his passenger seriously injured when the motorcycle he was driving slammed broadside into a car Sunday night on U.S. 127 Bypass.
Briarcliff Subdivision under boil order until further notice - Mahomet Daily from www.mahometdaily.com near Mahomet - Residents of Briarcliff Subdivision are under a Precautionary Boil Order until further notice. Late this afternoon, Thursday September 24th, contractors working in your subdivision hit a water line ...
New flag pole at Middletown Field commemorated by American Legion Post 1015 - Mahomet Daily from www.mahometdaily.com near Mahomet - Mike Dyson and American Legion Post 1015 helped commemorate the new Middletown Field flagpole donated by Brooks & Tammy Marsh Thursday night. Related
Thorner & Ingold: Where's the Beef? from illinoisreview.typepad.com near Illinois - By Nancy Thorner and Ed Ingold - The Democrats are ignoring the message alleging Planned Parenthood ethical lapses and attacking the messengers, with full complicity from CNN and the network news medi... hillary clinton illinois review
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Charges filed after fatal crash from www.lakegenevanews.net near Lake Geneva - ELKHORN — A college student told police that he was tired after a night of partying when he fell asleep behind the wheel prior to a fatal crash Sept. police carroll said told bond traverse hearing crash sept reportedly saw crime
Fairhaven and Dartmouth Police investigate alleged medical scams from www.abc6.com near Providence - By Kirsten Glavinkglavin@abc6.com@kirstenglavinIt’s a new scam targeting residents in Fairhaven and Dartmouth. The scammer or scammers are said to show up on doorsteps, and ask the homeowner for...
URI Women's Basketball Knocks Off Fordham, Clinches First Winning Season In 11 Years from www.abc6.com near Providence - Rhode Island knocked off the defending Atlantic 10 champion Fordham, 71-56, to clinch its first winning regular season in 11 years Sunday.
FPL crews prepare for possible tropical storm from www.wsvn.com near Miami - With South Florida already in the cone of Tropical Storm Erika, FPL crews are already hard at work prepping for the worst case scenario.
Tannehill, Williams shine in Miami's 31-30 loss to Panthers from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Ryan Tannehill completed 12 of 15 passes for 102 yards and a touchdown, Damien Williams scored twice for the Miami Dolphins in a 31-30 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Saturday night.
Crews inspect Palmetto Bay drains to avoid flooding from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Public Works crews throughout South Florida are spending Friday to try and beat the storm by tending to drains throughout and making sure they are cleared.
In Bal Harbour, Presidential candidate Ted Cruz explains disapproval for Iran deal from www.wsvn.com near Miami - The Iran Nuclear Deal has become a hot topic with one presidential candidate who happened to be in South Florida.
Woman killed in wrong-way wreck in Oakland Park from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A South Florida woman was killed early Monday after, authorities said, she was struck by a driver heading the wrong way, leaving her friends and family heartbroken.
Miami Beach tattoo artist speaks out about beating, robbery from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Surveillance video has been released capturing an alarming attack on Miami Beach.
Food truck explodes outside residential area in Southwest Miami-Dade from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A food truck parked outside of a residential area in Southwest Miami-Dade exploded Thursday morning.
Soggy Labor Day across South Florida marked by storms, heavy flooding from www.wsvn.com near Miami - The skies opened up across South Florida on Monday as Labor Day weekend continued to bring heavy rains and flooding.
South Floridians reflect on Hurricane Katrina 10 years ago, encourage prepping from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Hurricane Katrina swept through South Florida 10 years ago before unleashing even more damage on Louisiana. Still, many residents in South Florida will never forget the storm and warn others to alw...
After TS Erika, local residents prepare for flooding from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Though South Florida residents woke to find much of the area out of the "cone of concern" of Tropical Storm Erika before the National Hurricane Center announced that the storm fell apart ent...
Remembering Katrina from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Ten years ago this week, Katrina struck South Florida as a Category One hurricane. At the time, we did not know the storm would become the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history. 7's Craig Stev...
Dolphins' Delmas goes on reserved-injured list with torn ACL from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Miami Dolphins safety Louis Delmas has been placed on the season-ending injured reserve list because of a torn ACL in his right knee.
Violent juvenile attempted purse snatcher arrested from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A 16-year-old subject who was caught on surveillance footage violently snatching a purse from a victim in Wynwood has been arrested.
Dogs in path of tropical storm find shelter in South Florida from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Several animals who were living in an outdoor shelter in Puerto Rico have found a temporary home in South Florida as they avoid Tropical Storm Erika.
Cameo agrees on $5M settlement after bouncer's altercation with patron from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Opium Group, the owner's of Cameo nightclub on South Beach, agreed to a $5 million settlement with the family of a man who, attorneys said, was beaten outside the club by a bouncer.
Florida keeps eye on Tropical Storm Erika, could hit Monday from www.wsvn.com near Miami - All of Florida is carefully watching Tropical Storm Erika as the disorganized system makes its way over Hispaniola.
Domestic dispute leads to police-involved shooting in Little Havana; 1 dead from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Police are investigating after, officials said, a shootout between police officers and a man who reportedly got into a dispute with them ended with the suspected gunman fatally struck following a b...
Remnants of former TS Erika brings possibility of flooding South Florida from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Though Tropical Storm Erika has dissipated after navigating over the Caribbean, South Floridians should expect some remnants of the former tropical storm with showers and street flooding.
Maintenance building in Bal Harbour catches fire from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Miami-Dade Fire Rescue crews are on scene of a Code 1 fire at a building that houses official vehicles in Bal Harbour, Wednesday evening.
Essential websites, numbers and addresses as TS Erika approaches from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Below you will find essential web sites, phone numbers and addresses with resources you need to stay safe should Tropical Storm Erika pose a threat to South Florida.Miami-Dade Emergency Managementw...
Behind the scenes at the National Hurricane Center from www.wsvn.com near Miami - At the peak of hurricane season, the place where forecasters put together the official government forecasts is located right in South Florida.
Killian Senior High student plays 1st football game since stabbing from www.wsvn.com near Miami - The South Florida teen who was stabbed in the neck by another student earlier this spring capped his long road to recovery by playing his first football game since the disturbing incident, Saturday...
AP source: Dolphins safety Delmas tears ACL in right knee from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A person familiar with the situation says Miami Dolphins safety Louis Delmas has again torn the ACL in his right knee during a scrimmage with the Carolina Panthers, which will likely sideline him...
Dee Gordon's 4 steals help Marlins beat Pirates 5-2 from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Major-league batting leader Dee Gordon tied a career high with four stolen bases, had two infield hits and scored twice Tuesday night, helping the Miami Marlins beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2.
Nicolino, Bour lead Marlins to 7-1 win over hapless Braves from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Justin Nicolino pitched seven scoreless innings, Justin Bour hit a three-run homer, and the Miami Marlins beat the hapless Atlanta Braves again, winning 7-1 Tuesday night.
Dolphins prepare for 1st game in remodeled stadium from www.wsvn.com near Miami - The Miami Dolphins are about to play in their stadium for the first time since a major remodeling project began.
Conley goes 6 innings but Marlins lose to Phillies 2-0 from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Miami Marlins rookie Adam Conley knows exactly how much run support he received in his first three major league starts.
2 shoplifters arrested after police chase ends in car fire from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Miami-Dade Police are investigating a shoplifting at a discount store, Tuesday night.
Keys residents ready for rain from Erika's remnants from www.wsvn.com near Miami - As of Saturday morning, Tropical Storm Erika has dissipated but parts of the Florida Keys made sure they prepared for any impacts the storm may have had.
Pembroke Pines PD searching for endangered missing man from www.wsvn.com near Miami - PEMBROKE PINES, Fla. (WSVN) -- Pembroke Pines officials are searching for a missing young man, Saturday.According to the Pembroke Pines Police Department, 20-year-old Malcolm M. McKenzie has been m...
South Florida cyclists protest against Iran nuclear deal in 15-mile ride from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A group of local cyclists took a ride around the city in protest of the recent support from a Florida congresswoman to the Obama administration's controversial Iran nuclear deal, Monday morning.
Metromover Brickell Loop closes early amid Erika preparations from www.wsvn.com near Miami - In preparation for a possible strike by Tropical Storm Erika, the Metromover Brickell Loop will close Friday night at 10 p.m.
Fall classes suspended at school with machete death from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Fall classes have been suspended at a U.S. Department of Labor vocational school in South Florida where one student was hacked to death with a machete and four other students were later charged wit...
Vandalism suspected after police cruiser's window busted from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Investigators believe law enforcement officials are being targeted after a cruiser recently had its windshield smashed in, Thursday evening.
Residents grab sandbags as Erika approaches from www.wsvn.com near Miami - The cities of Hollywood and Hallandale Beach want their residents to be prepared for the possible arrival of Tropical Storm Erika by giving out sandbags.
Dolphins' Albert joins full practice for 1st time this year from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Miami Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert has been cleared to practice wire to wire for the first time since being sidelined in Week 10 last season with a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee.
Security guard shot at Northwest Miami-Dade Metro Rail station from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Police are searching for the person who shot a security guard at a Metrorail station in Liberty City.
Miami firefighters save kitten stuck in drain from www.wsvn.com near Miami - One kitten found himself in quite a hole and needed some help to escape, so firefighters were called in for one draining rescue.
Woman OK after hit in head with ball during Marlins game from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A spectator at Sunday's Miami Marlins game is OK after she was hit in the head with a foul ball.
Family of UM Chinese students killed by Miami driver arrive for civil trial from www.wsvn.com near Miami - The families of the two International Chinese students run down and killed by a South Florida driver in 2013 traveled to Miami for another trial on the case.
Brush fire 50 percent contained in Northwest Miami-Dade from www.wsvn.com near Miami - The Florida Forest Service is monitoring a brush fire in Northwest Miami-Dade, Wednesday afternoon.
Man posing as Whole Foods employee proposes to girlfriend from www.wsvn.com near Miami - It was more than a romantic moment. It was also quite whole-some.
SWAT team called to Wilton Manors neighborhood after possible hostage situation from www.wsvn.com near Miami - The SWAT team responded to a possible hostage situation at a Wilton Manors neighborhood, Monday morning.
South Floridians prepare for Erika's impact from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Many South Floridians say they have been preparing in the case of a storm since June, and with Tropical Storm Erika on the way, their predictions served them well.
South Florida residents continue stocking up ahead of Erika from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Many across South Florida are already preparing for the storm in case Erika heads our way.
Puppy store shut down due to improper documentation and care from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Miami-Dade Animal Services have temporarily revoked the license of a South Florida pet store Tuesday.
Dolphins safety Delmas carted off field with leg injury from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Dolphins starting safety Luis Delmas has been carted off the field with an apparent right leg injury.
2 Coral Springs Police officers donate Arby's meals to homeless man from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Two South Florida police officers have been recognized for their random act of kindness: Both of them gave a free meal they received at Arby's on Friday to a homeless man.
Fort Lauderdale takes tidal surge safety measures ahead of Erika from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A potential South Florida strike by Tropical Storm Erika would be taking place as seasonal high tides are set to roll into Fort Lauderdale, and officials are taking measures against tidal surges in...
Southwest Miami-Dade home up in flames, 2 hospitalized from www.wsvn.com near Miami - An investigation is underway after a house fire in Southwest Miami-Dade sent two people to the hospital, Friday morning.
Man fatally shot outside Dania Beach supermarket; 1 arrested from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Authorities are investigating after, they said, a man in his 20s was shot and killed at a shopping plaza in Dania Beach, Monday night.
21 tourists injured following Gator Park airboat accident from www.wsvn.com near Miami - What was supposed to be a fun day of sightseeing ended with nearly two dozen people taken to the hospital after an airboat crash in West Miami-Dade.
Habitat for Humanity offering hurricane shutters at low cost from www.wsvn.com near Miami - As Tropical Storm Erika potentially makes its way toward South Florida, Habitat For Humanity's Re-Store Outlet is helping residents prepare at a much lower cost in Fort Lauderdale.
South Florida family receives tribute after son's passing from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A touching tribute was given to a South Florida boy months after he was murdered.
Miami-Dade Police officer video message on Facebook goes viral from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A Miami-Dade Police officer poured her heart out with a powerful message on social media.
Police pursuit leads to rollover wreck in Miramar, 2 injured from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Two people were inured in a rollover wreck in Miramar Wednesday, after police tried to track down a stolen vehicle.
Werth homers, drives in 3 as Nationals beat Marlins 7-4 from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Jayson Werth homered and drove in three runs, and Clint Robinson added a pinch-hit home run as the Nationals had 13 hits and rallied past the Marlins 7-4 on Sunday.
Few cops take advantage of free meals at Arby's from www.wsvn.com near Miami - After Arby's took some heat when two employees decided to not serve a customer due to her badge, the chain decided to extend a show of support to Miami-Dade and Broward County law enforcers Friday ...
Local 'So You Think You Can Dance' contestant speaks out ahead of season finale from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A South Florida performer who hopes to tap her way to the top on this season of FOX-TV's "So You Think You Can Dance," took center stage Monday night, as friends and family at a West Miami-D...
Fire sparks on board Carnival cruise ship, no injuries from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Flames broke out on board a Carnival cruise ship while it was docked in St. Thomas, Monday.
Passenger trapped in rollover wreck on Turnpike in Deerfield Beach from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Rescue crews are working to free a passenger trapped inside a vehicle following a rollover wreck on Florida's Turnpike.
Homeowner injured in house fire that killed dog, thanks firefighters from www.wsvn.com near Miami - One person was taken to the hospital Saturday afternoon after their home went up in flames, a fire that also claimed a dog's life.
Coast Guard on boating safe on Labor Day from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Holiday weekends usually mean celebrations on the water, but you don't want to let the fun get spoiled by people doing dangerous things, so the U.S. Coast Guard has some safety tips.
Panthers, Dolphins wrap up practices, move on from injuries from www.wsvn.com near Miami - The Miami Dolphins and Carolina Panthers wrapped up a productive, injury-free joint practice - a welcomed change considering both teams lost starters to season-ending knee injuries the day before.
Vehicles burglarized on Rickenbacker Causeway as victims trained for marathon from www.wsvn.com near Miami - As a group of marathon runners trained for a race Saturday morning, they said burglars targeted several of their vehicles.
Thousands in South Florida lose power amid stormy weather from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Labor Day weekend got off to a soggy start, as heavy rains and thunderstorms continued to wreak havoc across South Florida, downing trees and causing power outages across Miami-Dade and Broward cou...
Braddock students back in class after 'all clear' following package scare from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A suspicious package found at a South Florida high school has forced the building to be evacuated, leaving hundreds of students outside.
1 hospitalized in wrong-way crash on Turnpike caught on camera from www.wsvn.com near Miami - One person was rushed to the hospital Saturday afternoon after, witnesses said, they were involved in a wrong-way crash on Florida's Turnpike, a terrifying accident captured on cell-phone video.
Marlins ace Jose Fernandez to return against Nationals from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez plans to return to the mound Saturday against Washington.
Money-saving tips for upcoming holiday shopping season from www.wsvn.com near Miami - With summer days ending and the fall just around the corner, 7News gathered tips for the upcoming holiday shopping season.
Marlins outfielder Yelich activated from disabled list from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Miami Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich has been activated from the 15-day disabled left after recovering from a bruised right knee.
2 kids reunited with family after crook steals car with them inside from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Two children who were sleeping in the back seat of their mother's car when it was stolen have been safely reunited with their family.
Fliers handed out to catch crook who stole car with kids inside from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Police are stepping up their search for a man who, they said, stole a car with two young children inside.
Hope wins out for author battling chronic disease from www.wsvn.com near Miami - A South Florida woman's chronic disease prevents her from eating, but it's not keeping her from spreading messages of hope through her writing.
Openings and Closings for Tropical Storm Erika from www.wsvn.com near Miami - As Tropical Storm Erika looms in the Caribbean, some services will remain open while others will close as the storm approaches South Florida. Here is our comprehensive list.
South Florida drivers fueling up cars ahead of Erika from www.wsvn.com near Miami - Preparations for the coming of Tropical Storm Erika are still underway, and many residents across South Florida lined up to fill their gas tanks, Friday.
'They were traumatized' from www.hickoryrecord.com near Hickory - Two young children watched as their father was shot in the parking lot of Central Elementary School on Tuesday afternoon, according to Iredell County Sheriff Darren Campbell. top story
Lunar Eclipse Sunday - Mahomet Daily from www.mahometdaily.com near Mahomet - Skywatchers are in for a treat Sunday night. For the first time in 32 years, a “Supermoon” will coincide with a lunar eclipse. A “Supermoon” happens when a full moon is closest to Earth in i...
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