Five Things to Know in Florida for June 3

VIDEO SHOWS TIGER WOODS PERFORMING 2 BREATH TESTS AT JAIL

In video released Friday by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, Woods uses the slurred speech and unsteadiness described by Jupiter Police who arrested him early Monday. Woods mumbles responses to an officer’s questions, describing his hair as “mostly brown and fading.” Woods asks what the case is about and repeatedly needs instructions to blow into the breath machine.

FLORIDA SUPREME COURT TO HEAR APPEAL OF FAMU BAND MEMBER

Florida’s top court voted 4-1 on Friday to hear 30-year-old Dante Martin’s appeal from the 2011 death of Robert Champion. Martin was sentenced to more than six years in prison in 2014. Court documents show Martin and his lawyers have until June 22 to file an initial brief on the merits of the case. He filed the appeal to the Florida Supreme Court in February after the Florida Fifth District Court of Appeal rejected his appeal last November.

AIRLINE DIDN’T ALLOW BLIND MAN AND GRANDDAUGHTER ON PLANE

Kliphton Miller tried to board a Frontier flight from Tampa to Las Vegas with the child on May 23. The 44-year-old Miller asked for help getting on the plane once he reached his gate. That’s when airline employees began to question his ability to watch over the young child during the trip. Frontier employees told Miller he would be a liability in the case of an emergency. Frontier later apologized and rescheduled his trip.

NO HAZARD AT PULSE NIGHTCLUB AFTER SUSPICIOUS SUITCASE FOUND

It reopened Friday morning after bomb squad investigators determined that it was a suitcase with nothing harmful inside. The Orlando Fire Department tweeted that no hazard was found. Businesses around Pulse nightclub were evacuated for a short time as a precaution. The one-year mark of the Pulse nightclub massacre is nearing, and commemorative events at the nightclub are taking place in less than two weeks.

REPORT: DISNEY HAS SLIGHT VISITOR DECLINES AT PARKS

A new report released this week by the Themed Entertainment Association and the firm AECOM says Disney’s domestic parks declined by about 1 percent. Despite the declines, revenue was up about 5 percent due to increased guest spending. Disney officials have said they are comfortable trading smaller crowds for higher prices.

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