Some great stories in the mainstream media this morning...
A- Sun-Sentinel: You gotta wonder why the heck Palm Beach can't get it right and when someone is going to start being held accountable.
Palm Beach County elections officials said Friday they are investigating why they failed to quickly count more than 700 votes in a special election that marked the county's first experience with optical scanners.
A 707-vote disparity between an unofficial vote tally Tuesday and a final count two days later in a West Palm Beach City Commission race has spawned another wave of criticism and questions about Supervisor of Elections Arthur Anderson's ability to run an error-free election.
B- Sun-Sentinel: DMX gets arrested in Miami for the 2nd time this week.
MIAMI - For the second time this week, Rapper DMX has been arrested in Miami.
The 37-year-old, whose real name is Earl Simmons, was arrested Friday on charges of attempting to purchase cocaine and attempting to purchase marijuana, according to a Miami-Dade Police Department arrest report.
Simmons was arrested during a narcotics sting operation, according to the report. His bail was set at $6,000, online jail records show.
C- Sun-Sentinel: Gas giveaway sent Broward County into a frenzy yesterday.
LAUDERHILL - A syndicated radio show's announcement that it would pay for up to 360 cars to get free gas had vehicles lined up for more than 10 blocks at a gas station today.
The Tom Joyner Morning Show, which is broadcast on WHQT FM, said it would pay for up to 10 gallons of gas per car between noon and 2 p.m. at the Shell station at the corner of State Road 7 and NW 19th Street.
At least three cars ran out of gas while waiting in line.
D- Palm Beach Post: A sentence that hopefully you will never, ever read again in your entire life.
FORT PIERCE — A six-foot, 300-pound woman and a 15-year-old boy face sexual battery charges after they allegedly raped a retarded man.
E- South Florida Business Journal: Photo. All that's left of the OB.
F- CBS4: This morning's demolition of a building in Coral Gables was a dud.
G- CBS4: No surprise.
MIAMI (CBS4) ― Women still regret one night stands far more than men, according to a recent study, which explains that women have negative feelings after a fling and remain unhappy with fleeting sexual encounters.
Make sure you watch the video which, at first, makes one wonder whether there are any Americans left on South Beach.
H- WPLG: Rudy Crew takes away Miami-Dade teacher's raises, but keeps his.