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Morning Juice: Broward Curriculum Facing Cuts; Rescuers in Wellington Crash Face Scrutiny

Here's what's happening in the local news this morning:

  • Broward County schools' art, music, and physical education classes are all on the chopping block as the district looks to balance another budget despite less money from the state. [Sun-Sentinel]
  • The Palm Beach County Commission on Ethics is zeroing in on its "ethics czar." The county conducted a nationwide search that attracted 98 applicants. [WPBF-25]
  • The outlook is bleak for the Fort Lauderdale air show, which lost a big sponsor in McDonald's as well as the stunt flying group the Blue Angels. It appears the show won't happen this year. [Sun-Sentinel]

  • At least ten rescuers with the Palm Beach Fire Rescue squad are under internal investigation for failing to quickly locate the body of Scott Wilson, the 23-year-old whose car was thrown into a canal after colliding with a car driven by Wellington polo mogul John Goodman. [Page2Live]
  • A couple of money managers from Hollywood are accused of cheating two women in their 90s out of more than $100,000. [Miami Herald]
  • The Dolphins couldn't lure either of the big-name safeties available in free agency, as Ryan Clark re-signed with the Steelers after visiting Miami this weekend. Antrel Rolle had earlier signed a contract with the Giants after being underwhelmed by the Dolphins' offer. [Sun-Sentinel]

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Thomas Francis

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