Just a few things for you this morning from the local mainstream media feeds.
A- Herald: Worst Mom ever.
LAUDERHILL, Fla. -- A South Florida woman is being held in jail after police say she struck her teenage son about 30 times with a baseball bat.B- Herald: Nevermind.
A judge on Monday set a $50,000 bond for 50-year-old Sheronda Hall Reselva. She's accused of hitting her 17-year-old son with the bat while he was sleeping Sunday morning.
South Florida seafood harvesters and consumers will be able to relax and keep catching and eating fresh, locally caught yellowtail snapper for at least the immediate future.C- South Florida Business Journal: Get ready to call it something else.
NOAA Fisheries said Monday that the commercial harvest of the tasty seafood delicacy will not close Tuesday in South Atlantic federal waters as had been announced last week because commercial fishers have not fulfilled their annual quota early after all. There never has been a closure of yellowtail fishing before.
Much like BankAtlantic itself, the name BankAtlantic Center is being eclipsed by regional banking power BB&T.D- NBC Miami: Definitely not bike friendly.
Sunrise Sport & Entertainment, the operator of the Sunrise-based arena that hosts the Florida Panthers and many other events, signed a 10-year deal with the Winston-Salem, N.C.-based bank (NYSE: BBT) to rename it the BB&T Center.
The conversion should be done by Oct. 13. Already, the BankAtlantic name has been stripped from the outside of the arena.
It costs drivers $1.50 to get onto the Rickenbacker Causeway. Should bicyclists have to pay to get on the causeway, too?E- WPLG: Guy gets burglarized twice over Labor Day weekend.
One Key Biscayne Village councilmember has floated that idea, as officials look into a physical barrier to separate drivers from the bicycle lane.
Most recently, they hit a home during Labor Day weekend, while the family was away. Not once – but twice. The bandits broke in Friday night – then again, Sunday evening. The family returned home Monday morning to find the house in shambles and tens of thousands of dollars in valuables gone.