News Roundup: Police Searching for Driver who Hit Two Bicyclists

  • A Judge ruled the use of red light cameras illegal in Aventura. [CBS4]
  • Police are searching for a driver who hit two bicyclists early yesterday morning. He didn't stop, and then abandoned the car believed to be stolen. [WSVN]
  • The School Board fears the district's budget could be $250 to $350 million less next year. [CBS4]
  • Jackson Health Systems may have to lay off as many as 1,000 more workers. [JustNews]
  • Fannie Mae has opened a help center in Miami for homeowners looking to steer clear of foreclosure. [SFBJ]
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  • Spring training begins for Hurricanes football, and Randy Shannon's main goal is to "get tougher." [Herald]
  • Meanwhile, an injured Jacory Harris will only be participating in non-throwing drills. Though, back AJ Highsmith will get a lot of practice. [ESPN]

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