The Cooler is back. Here's your review of this morning local mainstream media news feeds.
A- Palm Beach Post: No doubt coming to take our guns.
MIAMI — Miami-Dade police are warning residents that military helicopters may be buzzing their neighborhoods sometime soon.B- Palm Beach Post: Can't support a Five Guys?
But it's no reason to panic. Police said Monday that multiple agencies will be providing support for a joint military training exercise somewhere in the area.
Dinner is no winner for some restaurants on Clematis Street in West Palm Beach.C- South Florida Business Journal: So I guess this means they'll dial back those luggage fees, right?
That’s the word from Tom Tracy, the Palm Beach County franchisee who quietly closed the Clematis location of Five Guys Burgers and Fries on Jan. 8, after less than a year in business there.
“We had a very good, loyal lunch business but no dinner business. From 4 p.m. on, it was dead,” Tracy said. “It’s disappointing. We never clicked down there.”
The seven largest U.S. airlines are to collectively report $152 million in profits from a record $33.3 billion in revenues for the fourth quarter, according to projections from AirlineFinancials.com LLC.D- CBS4: Life in South Florida.
This will mark the third consecutive year of fourth quarter profits after 10 years of losses. American Airlines and United Airlines are the only two carriers expected to report a loss and not have record revenue in the fourth quarter.
Julio Hincapie, who owns the two lemurs, said someone cut the locks on their cage and tried to steal them around 2 a.m. The lemurs, however, had other ideas and ran wild through the neighborhood in the 2000 block of NE 73rd Street. They charged at neighbors, launched themselves at police and at one point jumped on a toddler and scratched her face.E- WPLG: Video, Bob Norman looks into anonymous website connected with BSO.
F- WPLG: Nowhere to go.
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - People living near Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood say their neighborhood has become an ashtray since the hospital became a smoke-free campus.
Neighbors can often see patients and employees smoking along Johnson Street outside the emergency room. Some push their IV carts or take their wheelchairs outside.
"It is unrealistic to make it a smoke-free environment," said Allison Rossi.