South Plantation High Evacuated Over Bomb Threat UPDATE

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Update: Authorities have given the all-clear after no bomb was found on campus. Students have been allowed back into the school.

Original post: South Plantation High School has been evacuated over a bomb threat Monday morning.

Students have been gathered outside the school as a bomb squad and bomb-sniffing dogs investigate all campus buildings.

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Nova High School Evacuated Over Bomb Threat UPDATED

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Update: Authorities have given the all-clear after the package the bomb squad inspected was ruled not to be a threat.

Suspicions arose after a bag was found in the school parking lot. A bomb squad robot inspected the bag and found there was nothing in it. The bomb squad took the bag away, and students were allowed back into school without further incident.

Original post: Nova High School and Nova Middle School have been evacuated over what appears to be a bomb threat.

The schools had been put on lockdown as of 8:30 this morning for what was being called a "suspicious incident," according to Davie Police. But at 9:30, reports trickled in that the schools had been evacuated.

The two schools, which are adjacent to each other, are located at 3600 College Ave.

There is police activity and a bomb squad truck on the scene.

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Bomb Threat at Atlantic High School in Delray Beach; Students Evacuated From School UPDATE

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Update: The Delray Beach Police Department has given the all-clear. Students have been let back into the school, and authorities are investigating the threat.

According to the Delray Beach PD, a search of the school with help from Palm Beach Sheriff's Office bomb-sniffing dogs turned up no threat, and students were allowed to return to class.

Original post: Students at Atlantic High School in Delray Beach have been evacuated from the school following a bomb threat, according to the Delray Beach Police Department.

The bomb threat was called in this morning, and numerous police units are on the scene.

Police say the children are safe and are asking parents not to come to the school until they've determined if the threat is real or a hoax, per their Facebook page.

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Student Stabbed at Piper High School in Sunrise UPDATE

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A lock down at Piper High in Sunrise has been lifted after a student was allegedly stabbed by another student during a fight.

According to Broward School Superintendent Robert Runcie, the student was transported to Broward Health Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale with non-life-threatening injuries.

Sunrise Police say the suspect is in custody.

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Andrea Alvira, 19-Year-Old Escort, Charged With Murdering Palm Beach State College Student

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Brandon Day was a 22-year-old full-time student at Palm Beach State College who reportedly loved playing guitar and piano and gave out gentle hugs.

On Wednesday night, deputies from the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office arrested 19-year-old Andrea Nicole Alvira for killing Day, 22, in January. Police say that she was an escort and that she suffocated him, possibly after he refused to pay her after oral sex.

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Broward Biology Teacher Arrested for Having Sex With Ninth-Grader

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According to police, a Broward biology teacher was arrested Tuesday for having sex with one of his students.

Eric Beasley, 24, was charged with nine counts of sexual assault or battery on a minor and two counts of sending obscene material to a minor after police discovered him and the 14-year-old victim engaging in sexual activity in the back of Beasley's car at 5066 N. Federal Highway.

The police report shows Beasley admitted that he was the victim's ninth-grade biology teacher at Zion Lutheran Christian School and that it was not the first time they had met there for sex.


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Colin and Andrea Chisholm, Who Collected Welfare While Living on Yacht, Busted in Port Everglades

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Colin and Andrea Chisholm liked to tell people they were Scottish aristocrats. It wasn't hard to fake. They were living on a $1.2 million yacht in Palm Bay and training Cavalier King Charles Spaniels -- a breed popular in the U.K. One of their pups even got an award at the Westminster dog show.

Although they were certainly living like royalty, the Chisholms told public assistance workers a different story between 2004 and 2012. Had those same workers known that the couple had more than $2.5 million in their bank account, they certainly wouldn't have granted them more than $165,000 in welfare benefits.

See also: Colin and Andrea Chisholm, Palm Beach Couple Accused of Welfare Fraud, Are On the Run

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Plantation High Teacher Engaged in "Abhorrent Deviant Fornications" With Student, Lawsuit Claims

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Alphonso Davis had no business being around kids, and the Broward County School Board should have known it. That's the basis for a lawsuit filed in February by a local mother-daughter duo who claim the sexual assault suffered by the latter could have been prevented.

According to the court filing, Lori Davis' daughter was a student at Plantation High School back in 2006 when she engaged in "abhorrent deviant fornications" at school with teacher Alphonso Davis. She wasn't the only victim.

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FIU Muslim Students Find Listening Device in Campus Prayer Room

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The evening was sliding toward midnight, but the students were still hanging out. It was February 9, 2013, and the five members of Florida International University's Muslim Student Association had finished their evening prayers in the room they used daily at the Graham Center, the student union on the school's Modesto Maidique Campus.

They were lounging like any group of college kids, prayer mats spread out on the room's ugly blue-green-brown industrial shag, when one noticed a bump in the weave. It was just smaller than the volume button on an iPhone, with three holes in the top. As the group gathered around, the student pulled it up. A wire was attached to the bump. It looked like a listening device, they decided.

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Rose Marks, Fort Lauderdale Psychic Behind $17 Million Fraud, Sentenced to Ten Years

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The woman behind the largest case of fortunetelling fraud ever to hit a courtroom has finally been sentenced. Rose Marks, the Manhattan and Fort Lauderdale psychic accused to bilking her longtime clients using a bag of tricks and mental manipulation common among fortunetellers, will go to prison for a little more than ten years. The conviction and sentencing are significant. Rarely are these kinds of cases prosecuted; rarely are they punished with significant jail time.

See also: How Modern Fortunetellers Pull Off Their Scams

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