News Roundup: Bank Bomb Threats and Burning Hotels

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  • A lawsuit brought against the county by former Miami beach mayor David Dermer over an anti-lying ordinance was ruled in favor of the county. A law stating that people can't lie in order to collect petition signatures will stand. [CBS4]
  • Jackson North and South will remain open for now as hospital administrators figure out there next move. [WSVN]
  • A Chase bank in NE Miami-Dade and the four blocks surrounding it were closed down because the bomb squad had to check out a bag of suspicion left near it. [CBS4]
  • Despite the efforts of its pastor, a small, crumbling Overtown church is set to be demolished. [CBS4]
  • Of course, that's because there was a disgusting crack house in the same building. [JustNews]
  • The Harrison Hotel in South Beach had to be evacuated because it caught fire. [WSVN]
  • Baptist Hospital is holding a meal-a-thon to benefit Haiti. [CBS4]

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