News Roundup

  • Some sex offenders don't want to leave their home under the bridge. [Herald]
  • Four divers died during lobster mini-season. [CBS4]
  • Meet the Miami doctor who is the son of a Nazi, converted to Judaism, and is now writing a book. [NBCMiami]
  • Miami horse owners are fearful their animals might be the next that end up as meat. [AP]
  • Just in case you want to read a quick wrapup of Miami's cocaine history from a Libertarian magazine. [Reason]
  • Three of the Cuban Five will be resentenced in October. [Herald]
  • The director of the SEC's Miami office is resigning and joining a private firm. [SFBJ]
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