Broward News

Morning Juice: Wexler to Resign; Teens Headed to Jail

The headlines in South Florida this Wednesday:

  • The latest on the Michael Brewer story is that one of his attackers was angry about a videogame the 15-year-old had borrowed. Just sickening. [CBS4]
  • U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler is leaving Congress. [Miami Herald]
  • Stacy Ritter is contemplating a run for Wexler's seat. Is this a joke? Let's go with joke, then. [Palm Beach Post]
  • Broward County School Board Superintendent Jim Notter wants to set up a watchdog committee. I hereby nominate Neil Sterling as chairman! [Miami Herald]

  • Life sentences for three convicted of the gang rape in Dunbar Village. [WFLX]
  • Patients who were exposed to contaminated IV bags at Broward General Medical Center by the world's worst nurse have tested positive for diseases. It's not yet known how many. [Sun-Sentinel]

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Thomas Francis