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News Roundup

  • The judge who let the cat killer suspect out on bond says the kid is no danger to the community. [ABCNews]
  • Yeah, so Alonzo Mourning and his wife will have a school named after them. You think he'd be like, "You know guy, I will let this old lady lawyer have her school," but no. [UPI]
  • Moment of silence please. The Cheetah Club, a place for strippers and maybe hookers, is closing for good. [NBCMiami]
  • Those school grades were released this morning, and South Florida is showing some improvement. [Herald]
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  • UM standout Jack McClinton had a workout with the Heat, and impressed them very much. [Herald]

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