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6:30 am
Fri May 30, 2014

May 30, 2014: Scott Vows To Sue VA

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

More details on the South Florida man identified as a suicide bomber.
There's more than one winning Heat team in Miami. The Miami Heat Wheels shoot hoops from their wheelchairs.
A conversation about the market for passenger rail connections between Orlando and Miami.

An American is identified as a suicide bomber in Syria.
Conflict over redistricting in Florida.
10:04 Turntables, cassette tape, reel-to-reel recorders -- they all seem to antiquated now in this digital age. But until recently, they were must-haves in music recording studios. WLRN reporter Bernard Hacker tells us about a local deejay who's working to preserve the art of analog studio recording.
9:30 This week, the company behind the proposed passenger rail service connecting Miami and Orlando gave us a glimpse of what its downtown Miami train station would look like. But there's still some debate over exactly what All Aboard Florida will ultimately deliver to Florida residents.
9:04 A ride sharing service that the public can access through a smartphone app has come to Miami. But some in the taxi cab industry are not so excited about the service, called Lyft.
8:34 While the world watches the Heat in the NBA playoffs tonight, a different Miami Heat basketball team gets ready to play this weekend.
8:04 Building a hotel parking garage in Fort Lauderdale might come with an unexpected benefit for beachgoers.
7:34 This week, the company behind the proposed passenger rail service connecting Miami and Orlando gave us a glimpse of what its downtown Miami train station would look like. But there's still some debate over exactly what All Aboard Florida will ultimately deliver to Florida residents.
7:04 Hurricane season begins this Sunday. And this is the time of year when emergency managers implore South Floridians to put together their hurricane action plans.
6:34 While the world watches the Heat in the NBA playoffs tonight, a different Miami Heat basketball team gets ready to play this weekend.
6:04 Governor Rick Scott railed against federal officials and vowed to sue the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs during a campaign stop in Fort Myers on Thursday.