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News Roundup

  • Some county commissioners want to cut Mayor Alvarez's budget next year after revelations that some staff members make more than President Obama's people. [Herald]
  • In other embattled mayor news, Manny Diaz has scheduled a second vote on Miami 21 for September 4. [SFBJ]
  • A 13-year-old boy in North Dade was driving a go-kart when he crashed into a Dodge Durango and died. [CBS4]
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  • Miami-Dade budget cuts might lead to the end of DARE, the student drug abuse prevention program that also makes highly prized ironic T-shirts. [CBS4]
  • Meanwhile, Coral Gables is mulling over the idea of cutting police salaries, and cops are none to happy about it. [CBS4]
  • Police are on the lookout for a man who robbed parishioners at gunpoint in a Liberty City church. [CBS4]
  • Yesterday, the Miami Dolphins sent eight players packing, including Ernest Wilford. [Herald]
  • The UM offensive coordinator talks about the upcoming season and says sometimes he can be a good daddy, a very good daddy, and sometimes he can be a bad daddy, a very bad daddy. [ESPN]

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