News Roundup

  • Ben Novak, murdered prince of the Fontainebleau, once claimed his wife tried to have him killed. They got back together, though, but now he is mysteriously dead. [Herald]
  • Three Miami residents are accused of buying pills from Medicaid patients and then selling them out of state. [SunSent]
  • The teen who killed his city commissioner dad says the shooting was an accident. [Herald]
  • Marc Anthony, the thing J.Lo keeps around the house and calls her husband, might buy into the Fins. [NBCMiami]
  • The Great Glades Snake Hunt of '09 kicks off today. [CBS4]
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