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News Roundup: Police Searching for Bank Robber Who Looks Like Your Grandpa

  • The University of Miami has received $500,000 from the Clinton/Bush Haiti Fund to keep operating a 240-bed hospital on the island. [CBS4]
  • Up to 2,000 workers at Jackson Health System could lose their jobs. [NBCMiami]
  • Wackenhut might pay $7.5 million to the county to settle a lawsuit that claims the security company overbilled taxpayers for bogus Metrorail security. [Herald]
  • A mobile home fire displaced a family of six in North Miami-Dade. [CBS4]
  • Coral Gables Police are on the lookout for a grandpa-looking dude who is responsible for about eight bank robberies in the tri-county area. [Herald]
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