Just a few things for you this morning from the South Florida news services that are still free.
A- TC Palm: Wow. Now everyone can afford that European vacation this summer.
An increased cost of living will bump up Florida's minimum wage by 12 cents on Jan. 1.B- WPLG: Video, local photographer chronicles lives of the homeless in South Florida.
The new $7.79 wage is expected to add about $370 to the annual wages of 210,000 in the state, the National Employment Law Project reported.
C- WPLG: Because it's that time of year again to remind our well-regulated militia.
MIAMI - Community leaders gathered Thursday to kick-off the annual "No More Stray Bullets" campaign.D- WPTV: Of course!
For the past several years, this campaign has been raising awareness about the danger of shooting off guns during holiday celebrations.
After a chase along a canal, deputies say they opened Pierre Revol's wallet and found crystal meth instead of cash.
The discovery of drugs was a shock, Revol allegedly said, claiming he bought the wallet from some guy on the street for a buck and had no idea about the dope tucked inside.
The story didn't stick with deputies, who charged the 26-year-old Boynton Beach man with drug possession and resisting arrest, according to a Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office report.