Only 9 days left until the election but there's lots of other news out there to talk about.
A- Herald: Life and death in South Florida.
A Metrorail security guard late Sunday found the dead bodies of a man, woman and baby inside a SUV parked at the Dadeland station in Kendall.
Detectives said they were not looking for any suspects, which suggests a murder-suicide. A security guard told journalists that several gunshots were heard shortly before the bodies were discovered.
B- Herald: Dolphins win.
Sometimes it takes a while to make certain decisions and particular judgments. Such a day was Sunday at Dolphin Stadium, when the home side finally decided to let the other side have play time with the greased pig, and also concluded that thievery isn't a felony if it involves a football secondary.
Which was pretty much how the Dolphins stunned the Buffalo Bills 25-16, mainly by recovering three Buffalo fumbles and intercepting a pass to boot, all in the fourth quarter.
C- Herald: Video, Fantasy Fest.
D- Sun-Sentinel: The quickest places and times to cast your vote if you live in Broward. Well, maybe not anymore.
E- Sun-Sentinel: And if you don't think people are hungry for quality healthcare.
Nova Southeastern University in Davie recently presented its sixth annual A Day for Children health fair in front of the Alvin Sherman Library.
More than 7,000 people attended the event to take advantage of the free health screenings offered through the university's health care centers. Everything from vision, optometric, dental and medical to speech and behavioral services were provided to children who might not otherwise get the care they need.
F- WSVN: Rough ride.
Police said Carry and Dameus argued outside of a home near Northwest 40th Street and 81st Avenue when he drove over the man and then sped off.
"The suspect actually intentionally struck the victim several times with his vehicle before taking off. As he fled the scene, the victim was actually stuck underneath the suspect's vehicle. He dragged him approximately 3 miles until he was dislodged," Sergeant Joe said.