Good morning. It's Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, and it's early, and I have to catch a flight, so this is going to be kind of quick.
The Times' Andy Meacham: He had mementoes of wrestling in his wallet, on the walls and in more recent photos of Mr. Scott with other elderly men, all built like sequoias.
"I'm making it now," she said, "thanks to Walmart." Click.
The stats of the morning are somewhere in this sentence: Saturday's pirate invasion resulted in 42 arrests, down about a third from last year and far below 2011 levels, when authorities arrested nearly 350 people.
A retired sheriff's deputy in Big Pine Key has a gun range. In his yard. It's legal.
Some Tampa homeowners are trying to make Bollywood bucks.
Lisa Gartner: sports writer.
What's with all the dead panthers?
Tweets Craig Pittman: Wild boar killed on Florida island to be given to homeless shelter for food.
Speaking of homeless: I'd actually read more about this.