Broward News

Morning Juice: LeBron Feeling Heat; Frankel Takes Page From FDR

A spin through the local headlines this Thursday morning:

  • LeBron James is said to be "leaning" toward joining Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh on a potentially unbeatable Miami Heat team that will be pure evil. [ESPN]
  • Former Miramar commissioner Fitzroy Salesman will be sentenced today after his conviction for extortion and bribery. He faces up to 10 years in prison. [CBS4]

  • A petition is circulating in West Palm Beach that would place a referendum on the November ballot allowing Mayor Lois (Delano?) Frankel an exception from term limits so she could run for reelection in March 2011. [Palm Beach Post]
  • Fort Lauderdale's plan to have a feeding center for the homeless has been chased away by residents of Flagler Village and Victoria Park who don't want vagrants traipsing through their neighborhoods. [Sun-Sentinel]
  • Jupiter's first black police captain, Reggie Scurry, is being investigated by the Palm Beach Sheriff's Office for domestic violence. [Page2Live.com]

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Thomas Francis