News Roundup

Local
  • All 11 universities in the state are seeking to raise tuition by the highest allowable amount. [CBS4]
  • Someone wrote some fan fiction about a manatee gang bang. Oh, wait, that actually happened? [Herald]
  • Actual political joke Bob Smith is running for Senate. He used to represent New Hampshire in the Senate. [SunSent]
  • A plan to turn South Dade's Busway into express commuter lanes goes to vote today. [Herald]
  • It's election day in South Miami as voters choose a new councilman. [CBS4]
  • Yesterday, Gov. Charlie Crist visited the VA hospital, where thousands of patients might have been exposed to diseases thanks to unclean equipment. [SunCoast]
  • Folksy gubernatorial hopeful Alex Sink gave her first big speech as a candidate and reminded everyone how folksy she is. [SPTimes]
  • The head of Florida's Christian Coalition has endorsed Marco Rubio. Good for both of them. [Sun]
  • Florida has the fifth-lowest graduation rate in the nation. [TBO]
Sports
  • Ground breaking on Marlins Stadium has been set for July 18. [MLB]

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