Broward News

Morning Juice: Nobody Wants Oil or Feces in Their Backyard

Let's scan the headlines for this Thursday morning:

  • If you challenged Miramar resident Joe Otano to name one exceptional quality of living next door to  Ellie Boudreau, here's what he'd say: "What really makes it stand out is the throwing of feces over into my property -- human feces." [WPLG]
  • The attorney for William Gorzynski, the 15-year-old from Coral Springs, charged with stabbong his 14-year-old brother to death, says it was self-defense. [Miami Herald]
  • In Tallahassee, proponents of drilling for fossil fuels off the Florida coast dueled with environmentalists who for some reason don't trust lobbyist promises of oil derricks that set new standards for safety. [Sun-Sentinel]

  • A young man was shot dead last night while playing basketball last night at Pence Park in Boynton Beach. [Palm Beach Post]
  • Chad Michael, who worked in South Florida's DEA office for six years, was killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. [Miami Herald]
  • The Heat torched the Knicks on opening night. Highlights from NBA.com:

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Thomas Francis