News Roundup

  • New York City's Emperor Mayor Bloomberg will send some of his city's homeless away to Miami, which is really what we need. [NBCMiami]
  • The accused cat killer might have been interested in a plea deal before his attorneys got involved. [Herald]
  • Two men pretending to be cops pulled a couple over, asked them to get out of their car, and then beat the husband to death. [Herald]
  • A Gulliver Prep football player headed to USC with high hopes, but he won't play for the team owing to a genetic heart condition. [LATimes]
  • Charges against the Fins' Randy Starks have been reduced. [SunSent]

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