News Roundup

  • A 50-foot yacht went up in flames yesterday on Biscayne Bay. [CBS4]
  • A woman with amazing hair stole an ambulance yesterday. [Herald]
  • Miami-Dade Transit got $64.5 million in stimulus money to use on the Metromover and Metrorail. [SFBJ]
  • Driver's license, tag, title, and registration fees are all set to increase beginning September 1. [FCN]
  • Will the Fins be able to keep their preseason winning streak alive? They take on the Bucs tonight. [CBS4]
  • Miami Hurricanes begin their workouts at 5:45 in the morning, which just sounds inhumane. [OrlandoSent]
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