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Drug defendant's name: Cocaine

sun-sentinel.com — The judge did a double-take and there were giggles aplenty in bond court Wednesday when a bailiff announced the name of a man arrested for drug possession: Edward Cocaine. "What?" uttered a stunned County Judge John "Jay" Hurley. "My last name is Cocaine," proudly stated the man at the podium.
Florida man with the last name Cocaine charged with having Xanax. Fort Lauderdale judge: "I thought I'd seen it all." sun-sentinel.com/news/broward/f…
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Chicken lady: Davie woman uses Publix Promise to get 300 free chickens in deli

sun-sentinel.com — Using the "Publix Promise" policy, a Davie woman got over 300 underweight rotisserie chickens for free. Publix makes a guarantee to customers, saying if the scanned price of an item exceeds the shelf or advertised price, you get it for free. It's known as the "Publix Promise."
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City Furniture converts delivery fleet to compressed natural gas to save on fuel

sun-sentinel.com — With gasoline and diesel now running around $4 per gallon, more companies in South Florida are switching their vehicles to compressed natural gas to slash fuel costs. City Furniture, the Tamarac-based furniture chain, is converting all 85 delivery trucks to CNG, becoming one of the first mid-sized private companies in the state to do so.

Teen urinates in Portland water reservoir

sun-sentinel.com — Portland, Ore. will flush down millions of gallons from the city reservoir after security cameras caught a teen urinating into the tank. (April 16) Portland, Oregon is flushing 38 million gallons of drinking water down the drain because a 19-year-old man urinated in an open reservoir early on Wednesday morning, city water officials said.
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Drug defendant's name: Cocaine

articles.sun-sentinel.com — "My last name is Cocaine," proudly stated the man at the podium. (Broward Sheriff's Office. ) The judge did a double-take and there were giggles aplenty in bond court Wednesday when a bailiff announced the name of a man arrested for drug possession: Edward Cocaine. "What?" uttered a stunned County Judge John "Jay" Hurley.

After preseason hype, FAU baseball fighting to save postseason chances

sun-sentinel.com — CORAL GABLES - Wednesday night, with a runner on first and one out in the top of the ninth inning against No. 11 Miami, FAU outfielder Brandon Sanger hit a towering drive to right field. From the second the ball hit the bat, it ball looked destined for the parking lot.
#FAU baseball began the season as Omaha dark horses. Now they’re scrambling to make the C-USA tournament. FIU looms: bit.ly/1r3mD1e

Rejuvenated Dwyane Wade hungers for victory entering postseason

sun-sentinel.com — Dwyane Wade says he is healthier than last season's playoff run. To say Sunday's playoff opener against the Charlotte Bobcats at AmericanAirlines Arena could be a breakthrough stands as the height of hyperbole. The Miami Heat, after all, have won the past 16 meetings.
Wade feeling better entering these playoffs than last season's bit.ly/1jOEs2O looking to play in win for first time since March 21.

Amazon.com to collect Florida sales tax starting May 1

sun-sentinel.com — TALLAHASSEE - Internet giant Amazon.com will start to collect sales taxes on purchases made by Floridians starting May 1. Amazon's entry into the state's brick-and-mortar retail landscape could mean about $80 million a year in sales taxes, according to a business group.

X's and Omar: Did the Dolphins win free agency?

sun-sentinel.com — WSFL-TV Host, Dave Aizer and Sun Sentinel Dolphins Reporter, Omar Kelly talk about the nearly $65 million in guaranteed money spent on free agency signing.

Chad Johnson joins the Montreal Alouettes of the CFL

sun-sentinel.com — Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Johnson (right) and quarterback Matt Moore (left) during practice at the Dolphins training facility. (Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports / ) Former Miami Dolphins Chad Johnson signed with the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League on Thursday, according to the team's official Twitter account.

Second fetish model arrested in Miami animal torture porn case

sun-sentinel.com — Woman Faces Five Felony Counts Of Cruelty To Animals A second adult fetish model was arrested Wednesday for her role in series of porn videos that Miami-Dade police say depicted the decapitation of chickens and deaths of other barnyard animals.

Late home runs leave Miami Marlins' bullpen reeling

sun-sentinel.com — Through 16 games, the Marlins' bridge between their starters and closer Steve Cishek has been rickety, among the most rickety in the National League. According to STATS LLC, only the Phillies (6.42 through Wednesday) had a worst post-sixth inning ERA than the Marlins (5.15).

Seven-round Dolphins Mock Draft: Chubby Chaser edition

sun-sentinel.com — We're doing something different this year with the goal of educating, and entertaining at the same time. I usually do a seven-round Miami Dolphins' centric mock draft the week of the draft, but this year I've decided to do a couple, and each will feature a different theme.

South Florida to Orlando rail plan draws opposition

sun-sentinel.com — WASHINGTON - Plans to link South Florida to Orlando with speedy passenger-train service brought an initial burst of excitement from promoters in both regions. Boosters say it will bolster the economy, create construction jobs and give residents an alternative to clogged highways.

LeBron James still MVP over Kevin Durant when it comes to jersey sales

sun-sentinel.com — Even LeBron James appreciates that the MVP vote has swung in Kevin Durant's favor. But when it comes to NBA jersey swag, the Heat forward continues holds the advantage. The NBA announced Thursday that James again tops the list of most popular jerseys, a spot he has held since last June's championship.
Most Valuable Jersey? LeBron still holds edge over Durant in that race. bit.ly/1qPPbgj
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