You have to check out the Miami Herald's new format. I like it. As a frequent user, I can honestly say that it's easier to get around and find the stories that may interest you.
Here's some other news that might be of some interest.
A- Herald: Guilty.
ORLANDO -- Jorge and Maria Gough held each other and sobbed when a court clerk announced Wednesday night that the Miami-Dade teen who killed their 14-year-old son Jaime was guilty of first-degree murder.
B- Herald: Grimm, how deadbeat condo owners can hurt everyone living in their building.
C- Herald: Morin.
D- Sun-Sentinel: Motorists and bicycles rage.
Consider the exchange Joe Garcia, of Delray Beach, recently had with a bicyclist riding along State Road A1A. Garcia said the lone cyclist was in the middle of the road rather than the designated bike lane. From his car window, Garcia suggested the cyclist use the bike lane. The cyclist threatened to beat him up.
"They're pretty arrogant," Garcia said. "I understand why people hate them."
Motorists and bicyclists are in an ongoing battle over who will rule South Florida's roads.
E- Miami Today: Oh yeah, this will pack them in.
In a new ballpark, Florida Marlins fans could end up paying above-average ticket prices to watch a team whose payroll sits at 65% to 73% of the industry's average, at least according to 2003 projections prepared by the team.
Plans could have changed since then, but Marlins officials declined to comment for this article, citing a policy not to address questions regarding specific club finances.
F- WSVN: Anther casualty of wet foot-dry foot?
KEY LARGO, Fla. (AP) -- Federal authorities are investigating how a Cuban migrant headed for the US died from a head injury.
Customs and Border Protection officials intercepted three boats carrying 33 Cuban migrants and 7 alleged smugglers in the waters south of Key Largo late Tuesday night. Coast Guard authorities boarded the boat shortly after and discovered that one of the migrants -- an adult man -- had a severe head injury.
A helicopter airlifted the man to the Opa Locka airport, where waiting paramedics pronounced him dead.
G-WPTV: Gas giveaway in Fort Pierce results in fights.