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News Roundup: Accused Cat Killer Wants to Go to College

  • Remember Tyler Weinman the accused cat killer? He's still under house arrest, but he wants the judge to make an exception so he can start classes at Miami-Dade college. [CBS4]
  • Federal wildlife officials want to ban the import of Burmese python and other large exotic snakes that have a habbit of finding their way from pet stores into the wilds of the Everglades. [Herald]
  • The Miami Herald decided to extend the closing date on it's dragged out deal to sell its parking lot yet again. [SFBJ]
  • The historic Cypress Gardens will be transformed into a not-so-historic Legoland amusement park. [JustNews]
  • Several Florida-grown crops, including sweet corn, green beans, squash, cucumbers, melons and tomatoes, could see their prices rise thanks to damage done by the cold snap. [CBS4]
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