News Roundup

  • The suspected Cat Killer has received numerous threats, forcing police to investigate them. [CBS4]
  • Meanwhile, the Miami Herald and CBS4 won their crusade to have the kid's arrest affidavit unsealed -- kinda. It'll be released in July. [CBS4]
  • Adam Kaufman, the Aventura developer accused of killing his wife, is out on bail. [Herald]
  • Live eco-friendly, die eco-friendly. Now you can make sure to have a green afterlife. [NBCMiami]
  • SoFla hospitals are losing money and seeing big declines in investments. [Herald]
  • Alltell and Sprint will refund Florida cell phone owners up to $30 million for charging them for services they didn't want. [NBCMiami]
  • Two men and a woman were found dead inside a Kendall apartment. Police suspect murder-suicide. [CBS4]
  • Cops are looking for a teen who shot and robbed a taxi driver. [Herald]
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