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News Roundup

  • Amongst other changes, Mayor-elect Regalado plans to start talking about Cuba and Venezuela more. Right after he fixes those potholes and fires Chief Timoney I presume. [Herald]
  • The Coast Guard will unload nearly 5 tons of Cocaine in Miami (or roughly a New Year's Eve worth for SoBe partying) today. [CBS4]
  • 200 gallons of Diesel fuel spilled into the Miami River yesterday. [CBS4]
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Sports

  • Dwyane Wade scored 40 points, and helped the Heat overcome the Wizards 93-89. [AP]
  • Even though the Canes are at 6-2, some fans are wondering if Randy Shannon is half as good at coaching as he is at recruiting. [ChiTrib]

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