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News Roundup: Passenger Yells, " Kill all Jews," Delays Flight

  • A drunk passenger on a plane at MIA yelled "I want to kill all jews," before the flight took off, which grounded the plan. [LATimes]
  • In Miami, there's even drama at the botanical garden. An educator's resignation at the Fairchild Tropical Garden is the latest in ongoing turmoil concerning the direction of the garden. [Herald]
  • Jackson Memorial Health system has stopped free dialysis for 175 poor patients that could prove deadly. [Herald]
  • An invasive iguana species is literally dropping dead thanks to the cold temperatures. [JustNews]
  • An invasive tourist species is figuratively freezing their butts off on South Beach. [CBS4]
  • Speaking of the cold, it's expected to warm up some today and tomorrow, but will be chilly again by the weekend. [CBS4]
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  • The Heat will pay a luxury tax to keep Carlos Arroyo, and are making arrangements to bring back Rafer Alston. [Herald]
  • Of course they lost in Overtime to the Celtics, 112-106. [NESN]

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