A peek at the local stories people are talking about on this Monday:
- Three Coral Springs teenagers are dead following a strange accident early Sunday morning, which started with a fender bender. For some reason, the car accelerated away from the scene, then flipped into the canal. [WPLG]
- Bob Norman got his hands on emails sent by Scott Rothstein detailing the power that Debra Villegas, the chief operating officer of his law firm, had in his business affairs. Looks like she was close enough to worry about an indictment. [Daily Pulp]
- Judging by the turnout among protesters at Al Gore's climate change speech in Boca Raton Saturday, there are at least a couple hundred people in this state who are smarter than the scores of scientists who believe that global warming is a threat to human life. [WPBF]
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- A few weeks after a neo-Nazi stabbing took place at the Ritz-Carlton in Manalapan, an internationally known hunter of old Nazis, Efraim Zurof, visited Boytnon Beach to describe his race to bring war criminals to justice before they die of old age. [Palm Beach Post]
- Early this morning, police found an injured woman in the middle of 5th Avenue North in Lake Worth but don't have a clue yet how she got there. [WPTV]
- A Southwest Ranches family being pressured to give up their 300-pound pet pig have decided to a city more welcoming to a pig that may grow to 500 pounds and sprout a pair of deadly tusks. Any takers? [Sun-Sentinel]