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  • George Novack, Jr., son of the Fontainebleau's original owner and a Ft. Lauderdale convention planner, was found beaten to death in his hotel room in New York City. [USAToday]
  • A North Miami Beach imam is facing deportation, so he's reaching out to Kendrick Meek. [Herald]
  • The express lanes on I95 are not attracting as much traffic as anticipated. [SFBJ]
  • The top 20 money grabber for in state races for the previous quarter. [NakedPolitics]
  • We haven't checked in with Herald columnist Jackie Bueno Sousa in a while, but 26th Parallel does and find she's contradicting herself. [26thParallel
  • Oh look, a ridiculous new Lexus dealer. Is this a car dealership or a luxury resort? [Herald]
  • There's already been a fatal shooting in Miami today. [CBS4]

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