News Roundup

  • WPLG pulled the files on Adam Tavss, the Miami Beach Police officer involved in the questionable killing of a Arab-American tourist. Nothing all that interesting; they describe him as a "satisfactory" rookie cop. [JustNews]
  • Portions of southbound Palmetto Expressway will be closed tonight. [Herald]
  • Republic Federal Bank is closing one of five of it branches: its downtown location, which happens to be 11 blocks from HQ. [SFBJ]
  • A Miami doctor got eight years in prison after bilking Medicare by prescribing out-of-date HIV treatment to patients who didn't need it. [Herald]
  • Donte' Stallworth's 911 call tapes, if you're into that kind of thing. [NBCMiami]
  • The weather will probably suck again today. [CBS4]
  • Has NBC6's newly designed website -- a hit or a miss? [SFLTV]
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