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News Roundup

  • One member of the Cuban Five is seeking a reduced sentence. [AP]
  • A wild horde of carnivorous umbrellas tried to surround and eat Naomi Campbell on South Beach yesterday. [Daily Mail]
  • Kate Hudson and A-Rod are also in Miami -- Coral Gables to be exact, where they were snapped leaving "A-Rod's favorite restaurant," Houston's. Really? Houston's? Isn't that a chain? But they do have really good spinach dip, not gonna lie.  [Gossip Center]
  • The Dolphins won last night, but this fan lost. He was stabbed twice while arguing with a ticket scalper over price. [CBS4]
  • Rick Sanchez is in town. He'll broadcast from FIU today. No word on if he's driving himself. [CBS4]
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