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News Roundup

  • Pet robbery: "When one of the women started stuffing chihuahua puppies into a black bag, store employee Rafael Sanchez, 32, noticed and approached her." [Herald]
  • Miami is the sexiest city in America according to trip advisor. Don't let it go to your head. Oops, too late. [SFBJ]
  • "The vote to terminate the allegedly incompetent [CIP] manager was unanimous.

    But for the five months since her dismissal, Richardson has continued to draw her full executive director's salary of $168,000 a year, an $800 a month car allowance, and a $200 a month cell phone allowance." [CBS4]

  • Mel Martinez is ready to take another shot at Immigration reform. [NakedPolitics]
  • Dan Gelber scored an endorsement from Betty Castor. [Buzz]
  • A Sunbear get his tooth fixed at the metrozoo. [CBS4]
  • FIU students balk at the idea of renaming their campus for former president Modesto Maidique. Can't they just build a new building and name it after him? Oh, right money. How about a nice bench? [Herald]
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