Here's your review of this morning's South Florida mainstream media feeds. Enjoy.
A- Palm Beach Post: Life in South Florida.
A woman was thrown out of a moving car in the 6000 block of West Glades Road by her boyfriend, then she was run over by the back tire on his car causing injury to her right side. The boyfriend left the scene before the police arrived.B- South Florida Business Journal: Google shop.
Technology giant Google is considering launching retail stores, but when and where the first locations could be as not been disclosed.C- South Florida Business Journal: What $10.6 million gets you on Palm Island.
Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) has plenty it could display in a retail store, including Motorola smartphones, Nexus phones and tablets, Google TV and even Google Glass.
The 8,000-square-foot home at 130 Palm Ave. features 100 feet of waterfront, views of PortMiami and downtown Miami, six bedrooms, eight baths and 1 half-bath.D- NBC Miami: Smile as you pass through Hialeah.
A new surveillance camera system spearheaded by DeJesus in Hialeah has turned up more than 700,000 car tag photos since launching Jan. 27. Many of the snapshots are connected with drivers with expired licenses, though sometimes, stolen tags and cars are red-flagged too with "high alerts."E- NBC Miami: Wayne's World.
DeJesus invited NBC 6 on a ridealong in his unmarked vehicle, also outfitted with cameras. The images taken are transmitted to his laptop in seconds.
On the ride, DeJesus spotted a driver of a car with a seven-year-old expired driver's license.
Four people including a mother and her two children were shot at a house at 2610 SW 24th St., authorities said Wednesday night.
The victims included the 43-year-old mother, her 14-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son, who were taken to Jackson Memorial Hospital's Ryder Trauma Center, Miami Fire-Rescue said.
They were listed in critical condition, Miami Police said.
A body of a male was also discovered inside the home after the shooting that took place just after 9:30 p.m., police said.
“We heard a bang, and my husband tried to find the control to lower the TV. By the time we lowered the TV, we heard a little girl say help," Pisch said. "So then my brother-in-law knocked on the door, on our door, our room door, and he said throw yourself on the floor, there’s shots outside, somebody’s shooting next door.”