Here's a few selected stories from your South Florida mainstream media outlets...
A- Sun-Sentinel: I know you folks want commentary but...I mean, really, what else is there to say...
A Palm Beach Gardens man and his mother, a middle school science teacher, are permanently barred from owning or possessing animals, a judge ruled Thursday after watching a short film of the man having sex in his bedroom with a German shepherd.
Palm Beach County Judge Frank Castor also ordered that the county be given custody of the woman's pets — two German shepherds and two cats — and ruled that she and her son, 18, jointly pay the county $1,848 in boarding costs and other fees.
B- Herald: Two Miami officers arrested by FBI.
C- Herald: Miami Miami Commissioner Michelle Spence-Jones pays $500 fine for $46,000 ethics violation. Now that's smart investing!
D- Herald: Downtown Miami's clean up with photo montages of last year and this year. While the headline is positive, the reality is decidedly mixed.
E- Herald: SoFla is the greenest area of the state.
The highways of Miami and Fort Lauderdale may be jammed with gas-guzzling SUVs, but when it comes to global-warming emissions, South Florida is still greener than the state's other big metropolitan areas.
Nationally, the report says, SoFla is ranked #26.
F- Herald: Morin.
G- South Florida Business Journal: Great price on gas? Better check how much you're getting.
I wanted to address several issues that came up recently in the Cowbell posts.
SFDB readers can still use the "sfdb, sfdbsfdb" username/password combination when viewing the online Miami Herald.
I am unable to have my hyperlinks open in a new window like someone requested. I checked with Blogger and the settings don't allow me the option, as far as I can tell.
While I do plan on doing a Friday post on weekend events, it's not going to appear for a few weeks due to a real hectic travel schedule I have coming up.