News Roundup

  • Bill Clinton has been named a special envoy to Haiti by the UN. [NYTimes]
  • No teachers will be laid off in order to balance the school board's budget. [Herald]
  • Expect the rain to keep coming. [CBS4]
  • A 19 year veteran of the fire dept was charged with money laundering along with his wife and minister brother. Cocaine is involved as well. [Herald]
  • Apparently no private company really wants to operate Alligator Alley. [Herald]
  • An airport worker died last night after falling from a loading belt. [CBS4]
  • Rep. Bill Galvano is considering a run at Attorney General. [Naked Politics]

  • Former Heat player Brian Grant announced he has early onset Parkinson's. [Herald
  • Former UM QB Robert Marve is expected to announce where he'll be playing next season on Friday. [GoVols]

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Kyle Munzenrieder