News Roundup: Power to Jimbo's Cut after Fire

  • After this weekends fire, Miami has cut power to Jimbo's, everyone's favorite quasi-legal, homesteaded fish and beer shack. [Herald]
  • A pizza delivery man was shot in the foot last night after a robbery attempt by four men. [Herald]
  • A malnourished, former racing pony found in a slaughterhouse is being nourished back to health. [NBCMiami]
  • Robbers pulled off a smash and grab at a Foot Locker in west Miami-Dade. [CBS4]
  • Despite a renewed interest in tougher security at airports in the wake of the Undie-Bomber, it's still business as usual at MIA. [CBS4]
  • Last night the temperature dipped into the 40s, and extra homeless shelters have been opened. [CBS4]
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