Your Tuesday morning in Broward and Palm Beach:
- The Wildcat is alive! Chad Henne can throw! Ronnie and Ricky can run! The Fins beat the Jets in dramatic fashion. [NFL.com]
- The state's investigation of improper communication between the Public Service Commission the utility it regulates, Florida Power & Light, hasn't found squat so far. [Sun-Sentinel]
- Pregnant women in Palm Beach County have first dibs on the H1N1 vaccine that arrived today. [Palm Beach Post]
- A bunch of fruit flies will be unleashed over Broward County for a very specific mission: "find a mate, have sex, and die." So... a trip to the Seminole Hard Rock? The hope is that they kill off the fruit flies wreaking havoc on South Florida crops.[Sun-Sentinel]
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- The 15-year-old boy who was set on fire yesterday had just recently stopped some kids from stealing his father's bike and was worried for his safety. Three juveniles have been arrested in the case. [Sun-Sentinel]
- In Lake Worth, two men barged into a home at 2 a.m., then stabbed some a guy. [WPTV]
- The widow of Ben Novack, Narcy Novack, has claimed his massive collection of Batman memorabilia, but a judge won't allow her to sell it until there's a little more clarity about how exactly the heir to the Fontainebleu died. [Miami Herald]