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News Roundup: Sex Offenders Might Be Saying So Long to Bridge

  • County commissioners OKed a new, less harsh law concerning places where sex offenders may live. It's expected to supersede many of the stronger municipal laws and, more important, finally get those sex offenders out from under the bridge. [Herald]
  • Former Miami Police Chief John Timoney has a new job in the private sector. He's now senior vice president of business development and consulting and investigations at Andrews International, a security company. [Herald]
  • If you get a parking ticket from the Community Development District of Midtown Miami, you don't have to pay it, because it's not real. [JustNews]
  • Four students and two faculty members from Lynn University are still missing in Haiti. [CBS4]
  • Coconut Grove might go back to its old 5 a.m. drinking hour. Cheers to that. [CBS4]
  • Who doesn't love good outlet shopping? Bloomingdale's is finally getting into the outlet game and will open four stores. One will be in Miami and another in Sunrise. [LATimes]  
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