Something unusual happened on Monday, September 9, 2002. Keith Gross was late for work. A 24-year-old with tanned white skin and brown hair cropped short on the sides, Gross was known around Kitchens to Go in Fort Lauderdale as a firebrand who spoke his mind. But during the five years he had worked at the store on NE Fourth Street, he'd virtually always been punctual. It traced to a short stint in the Army at age 18. "You could set a watch by Keith," remembers Ken Walker,... More >>>