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Boca Raton has a strict development code, which dictates that neither car dealerships or billboards are allowed. A large email security vendor has referred to Boca Raton as the "spam capital of the world," because of producing a surprisingly high percentage of all spam generated worldwide. Also, On July 22, 2004, Boca Raton resident Scott Levine was charged with the largest computer crime indictment in United States history.

Population: 86396
Local Newspapers: Boca Raton News
Local Sports Teams: Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Heat (NBA) Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL)
Local Colleges: Florida Atlantic University Lynn University

Zip Codes associated with boca raton, florida: 33428 34431 33432 33433 33434 33486 33487 33496 33498
Towns/Cities near boca raton, florida : Highland Beach Deerfield Beach Hillsboro Beach Lighthouse Point Delray Beach Parkland Lake Worth

Boca Raton News
Sleepy? Eyeless Mexican cave fish subject of research into Zzzs

Neuroscientists at Florida Atlantic University are studying an eyeless Mexican cave fish to understand how brains could evolve to require very little sleep just like this little creatures. The researchers from the Boca Raton-based university just published in the Journal of Experimental Biology a s tudy that provides a model for understanding how the brain's sensory systems modulate sleep.

Trending Now Florida man charged with punching boy he accused of egging home

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Easier Zika Virus Detection Being Developed

Researchers at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL, recently received a USS$199,280 grant from the Florida Department of Health to develop new testing for the Zika virus. Current Zika virus testing has difficulty determining if antibodies in the bloodstream are fighting the Zika virus or other mosquito-borne viruses like West Nile.

Palm Beach County School Board to move 332 Boca Raton students to new elementary schools next year

More than 300 Boca Raton students will move to new elementary schools next year under a plan approved on Wednesday by the Palm Beach County School Board. The plan, designed to relieve crowding at popular Calusa Elementary School, was controversial when the district first proposed the attendance zone changes last year.

Judge rules fired FAU prof James Tracy's lawsuit is about - right to free speech'

A federal judge on Tuesday rejected Florida Atlantic University's attempt to dismiss a free-speech lawsuit filed by fired professor James Tracy, best known for his controversial conspiracy claims about the Sandy Hook shooting. It was the Boca Raton-based university's second attempt at dismissing the high-profile lawsuit, which will now move into several months of discovery, including interrogatories, document production and depositions of the parties and witnesses, according to Tracy's attorney, Louis Leo IV, founder of the Florida Civil Rights Coalition, which specializes in civil rights defense.

Boca woman gets 10 years' prison for 2014 deadly drunken crash

Nearly three years after a 34-year-old Boca Raton woman killed a man in a crash where authorities say she was drunk and high on cocaine, a Palm Beach County Judge on Wednesday sentenced her to more than 10 years in jail. With the 124-month sentence for Kelsey Sue Cooper on a single charge of DUI manslaughter, Circuit Judge Laura Johnson followed prosecutors' exact recommendation for the case involving the death of Bradley Ray Street, 31, and rejected pleas from Cooper's lawyers to give her less than the four-year minimum mandatory sentence.

Boynton Beach dog park to be named after K-9 officer who died

Boynton Beach Police Officer Joseph Crowder, seen here with K9 Iro, died in December after an evening run. Mike Stocker, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Boynton Beach Police Officer Joseph Crowder, seen here with K9 Iro, died in December after an evening run.

GEO to acquire CEC for $360 mln

The GEO Group , a real estate investment trust, has agreed to acquire Community Education Centers , a provider of rehabilitative services for offenders in reentry and in-prison treatment facilities as well as management services for county, state, and federal correctional and detention facilities. The price of the acquisition is $360 million.

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

TODAY'S GENIUS AWARD GOES TO . . . . . . . Anthony Williams, 33, who attacked his waiter after he learned the fancy restaurant he was eating in didn't have Miller Lite.

Cops Seek Boca Swastika Painter, Investigate As Hate Crime

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office wants to know who painted a swasitka on the side of a Ford Mustang parked in the area of 7000 San Salvador Drive. A $1,000 reward is being offered through Crime Stopper at 800-458-TIPS.

Trump's war on the press is a strategic calculation

Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events Many journalists are reading President Trump's attacks on the media as nothing more than demagogic assaults by a budding authoritarian out to manipulate news coverage of his administration and himself. White House chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon tipped Trump's hand last month when he blurted out that the media is "the opposition party."

'Star Trek' house for sale by former Penthouse owner is a Trekkie's dream

The house, in Boca Raton, Florida, is owned by Mark Bell, a Star Trek fanatic, former owner of Penthouse magazine, and producer of many shows, including Jersey Boys . Bell originally listed his mansion in 2014, but pulled it from the market.

Calusa Elementary Rezoning Expected To Become Official Wednesday

The Palm Beach County School Board is prepared to approve sweeping changes to the zoning boundaries of A-Rated Calusa Elementary School. The changes will relocate groups of current Calusa students to other schools throughout the greater Boca Raton area.

The Playgroup Bids Boca Raton a Good Mourning

The Playgroup, LLC is proud to present the second production of its second season at the Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park in Boca Raton, GOOD MOURNING, written by Steve Waverly and directed by Joyce Sweeney. Somewhere between denial and anger....there's comedy.

Arrests spark change in Palm Beach County's drug abuse treatment industry

Palm Beach County's crackdown on abusive practices in drug addiction treatment facilities has rippled through the industry five months after police began taking groups of people into custody. Investigators working as part of the county's Sober Homes Task Force have arrested 15 people on allegations including fraud, drug paraphernalia and taking kickbacks.

In Boca, support network grows to combat mental illness stigma

They began calling themselves "I Am One" women and the Brave Women of Palm Beach County, pledging to break the silence surrounding mental illness and share their stories to abolish the stigma. They began calling themselves "I Am One" women and the Brave Women of Palm Beach County, pledging to break the silence surrounding mental illness and share their stories to abolish the stigma.

Was Trumpa s visit to South Florida linked to sonic boom?

A massive boom that shook cars, rattled windows and alarmed scores of people from Weston to Boca Raton Friday evening was caused by military planes, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office. The sound was initially believed by those who heard it around 7 p.m. to be an explosion.

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