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6:20 am
Tue May 13, 2014

May 13, 2014: Broward Considers Scrubbing Teens' Misdemeanor Records

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

6:30 p.m. Governor Rick Scott and his cabinet gave the go-ahead for more nuclear power in South Florida.

5:30 p.m. A new WLRN TV documentary looks at Florida's Jews in the U.S. Military. "A Call to Serve" premieres tonight. In this excerpt, you'll hear from Irwin Stovroff, who flew two missions on D-Day.
4:30 WLRN's Tom Hudson takes us on a tour through the new PortMiami tunnel, which opens later this month.

4:04 p.m. There appears to be some movement on the Miami-Dade County sewer system repair project.

1:04 p.m. Florida Power and Light wants two more nuclear reactors in South Florida. FPL is looking for approval from the governor today.
11:04 am Broward County may foot bill to expunge the criminal records of 500 kids with misdemeanors.
10:04 The World Cup is only a month away, but it appears that Brazil isn't quite prepared to welcome 600,000 soccer fans from all over the world.

9:30 A new WLRN TV documentary looks at Florida's Jews in the U.S. Military. "A Call to Serve" premieres tonight. In this excerpt, you'll hear from Irwin Stovroff, who flew two missions on D-Day.

9:04 Gov. Rick Scott and the state Cabinet today will be asked to approve FPL's plan to add two new reactors to its Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant. But approving the reactors also means approval for 89 miles of high-voltage transmission lines to get all that new power to the grid, and that's what's upsetting the communities along US1 in South Miami-Dade.
8:34 WLRN's Tom Hudson takes us on a tour through the new PortMiami tunnel, which opens later this month.

8:04 About 500 young adults in Broward County may soon wake up to clean criminal records.
7:34 A new WLRN TV documentary looks at Florida's Jews in the U.S. Military. "A Call to Serve" premieres tonight. In this excerpt, you'll hear from Irwin Stovroff, who flew two missions on D-Day.

7:04 Gov. Scott and the state Cabinet today will be asked to approve FPL's plan to add two new reactors to its Turkey Point Nuclear Power Plant. But approving the reactors also means approval for 89 miles of high-voltage transmission lines to get all that new power to the grid, and that's upsetting the communities along US1 in South Miami-Dade.

6:34 WLRN's Tom Hudson takes us on a tour through the new PortMiami tunnel, which opens later this month.

6:04 About 500 young adults in Broward County may soon wake up to clean criminal records.