No, you won't see anything about Chris Brown in this morning's Cooler. Enjoy.
A- Sun-Sentinel: Someone named Lin got owned last night in Miami.
Amid a playoff atmosphere at AmericanAirlines Arena, the Miami Heat motored into the All-Star break with a 102-88 victory Thursday night over the New York Knicks.B- Sun-Sentinel: It's about time someone took over that space on Las Olas.
The upscale Beijing cuisine-style restaurant chain, Philippe, will continue to expand in South Florida even as a federal jury in Miami found that in one instance the owners engaged in false advertising.C- Sun-Sentinel: Chan Lowe.
Philippe CEO Stratis Morfogen confirmed Thursday that he would open a third South Florida location on Las Olas Boulevard at the site of the former Jackson's 450 steakhouse.
D- NBC Miami: And the alligators are sad.
Authorities rescued four teens on a canoe trip in the Everglades early Thursday.E- WSVN: This is news?
At 3:30 a.m., Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to a report of two teens who went missing on a canoeing truck. The department's air rescue was dispatched and found them with two more teenage girls.The two girls had been invited on the trip, authorities said.
All four people were rescued uninjured.
NORTHEAST MIAMI-DADE, Fla. (WSVN) -- A man is fuming after his iPad was stolen at a South Florida mall.F- WPTV: Yeah, he went to jail.
The victim left his iPad on the counter of a store at the 163rd Street Mall as he was making a purchase.
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- Lyle Dalgin tried to use his head as a battering ram, told police he'd bite off their ears and would demonstrate how a "street veteran" does things.