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$50K reward info in 13 South Florida carrier robberies

A $50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction of anyone involved in one of 13 recent robberies of South Florida letter carriers.
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service and U.S. Attorney Wifredo Ferrer announced the reward Wednesday. They say the perpetrators are seeking information in mail that would allow them to steal people's identities and commit fraud, especially income tax fraud.
The robberies began in October 2011, with the most recent one in March. Two men are serving prison time after they were convicted in the 2010 killing of a North Miami Beach letter carrier in an attempt to steal his mailbox key.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the postal inspectors at 1-877-876-2455.

3 men found dead in car in Palm Beach canal

Authorities say three men were found dead inside a car that had apparently run off a rural South Florida highway and into a canal.
The Florida Highway Patrol reports that a trooper found the car Sunday morning off U.S. 27 in Palm Beach County after noticing fresh tire tracks and damage to a guardrail. Inside the overturned and partially submerged car, officials found the bodies of 34-year-old Hershie Lee Hobbs Jr., 29-year-old Lavoris Lenard Hall and 30-year-old Alton Hart Jr. It wasn't immediately clear who was driving.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

NOAA: 70% Chance Of Below Normal Hurricane Season

Just days away from the start of the 2015 hurricane season, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released their predictions.
On Wednesday, NOAA said that based on current and expected conditions, combined with model forecasts, they estimate a 70-percent probability for each of the following ranges of activity during the upcoming season, which starts June 1.
NOAA also predicts:
6-11 Named Storms, which includes TS Ana that formed in May
3-6 Hurricanes
0-2 Major Hurricanes
Accumulated Cyclone Energy (ACE) range of 40%-85% of the median
 NOAA expects the seasonal activity will fall within these ranges in 70-precent of seasons with similar climate conditions and uncertainties to those expected this year.
These ranges, NOAA said, do not represent the total possible ranges of activity seen in past similar years.

Florida Leads Nation In Number Of New Self-Employed Jobs

The Sunshine State, new numbers shows, has created the most jobs with people working for themselves of any state in the nation, and positions in real estate and rentals led the way.
Florida added more than 63,000 self-employed jobs from 2012 to 2013, according to figures released Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
That represents close to a quarter of the 270,000 new self-employed jobs created nationwide during that period.
Florida had more than 1.8 million self-employed workers. Professional services jobs led the way in pure numbers in both Florida and the nation, but real estate and rental jobs were tops in total receipts earned.
The job sector with the smallest number of self-employed workers in Florida was mining.
Nationwide, it was utilities.

Pot strain likely available later this year

Florida officials are predicting that a strain of low-potency marijuana should finally be available for medical purposes later this year.
Legislators in 2014 voted to legalize a strain of marijuana known as Charlotte’s Web to treat epilepsy and cancer patients.
But there have been disputes over rules drawn up by the Department of Health to implement the law.
An administrative law judge today threw out the latest challenge to those rules.
The department put out a statement that the ruling should clear the way to put in place regulations to govern the distribution of the marijuana strain. The department said it is “moving swiftly to facilitate access to the product before the end of the year.”
A constitutional amendment authorizing medical marijuana was narrowly defeated last fall.

Fort Lauderdale man stuffed assault rifles down his pants

A Florida man faces grand theft charges for allegedly trying to steal assault rifles from a pawn shop by stuffing them down his pants.
Nineteen-year-old Marlon Paul Alvarez of Fort Lauderdale made his first court appearance Wednesday.
Broward County Judge John Hurley, reading from an arrest report, said Alvarez had been seen taking an AK-47 from a display and sticking it down his pants. Hurley said Alvarez removed the weapon, then took another assault rifle off another display, put it down his pants and then limped out the door.
Police say the Davie pawn shop’s owner confronted Alvarez.
Alvarez was held on $25,000 bond for grand theft and the violation of a domestic violence injunction. Jail records didn’t show whether he had an attorney.

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