News Roundup: Al Groh Reportedly Heading to Georgia Tech Instead
- A Miami Shores man trapped in the wreckage of the collapsed UN building in Haiti was finally freed after 40 hours. [Herald]
- Wounded Americans in Haiti are being taken to Gitmo. [Herald]
- 3 Lynn University students believed to had been found in Haiti are actually still unaccounted for. [CBS4]
- Miami-Dade Police and the Mayor's office are under investigation for using environmental task force funds to buy hybrid SUVs. [Herald]
- Al Groh has reportedly decided to accept the defensive coordinator job at Georgia Tech. So he won't be coming to Miami, but the good news is local fans of both the Hurricanes and the Dolphins can continue holding any grudges with out conflict. [Sun-Sentinel]
- Pitcher Josh Johnson has signed a 4 year, $39 million contract with the Marlins. [NBCMiami]
- FIU Coach Isiah Thomas's mom has passed away. [CBS4]
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