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News Roundup

  • WTVJ has found a replacement for Julia Yarbough. Meet Kevin Corke, former national correspondent for NBC as well as a SportsCenter anchor. [SFLTV]
  • Should we save Miami Marine Stadium, or should we let it be a cute place for raccoons to hang out? [AP]
  • President Obama will be in town Monday attending a fundraiser at the Fontainebleau. [CBS4]
  • Happy (belated) 19th anniversary, 2 Live Crew, for not getting thrown in jail for scarring white folk in Broward. [RandomPixels]
  • The Republican candidate who happened to shoot at a target with opponent Debbie Wasserman Schultz's initials on it has quit the race. [NakedPolitics]
  • The NFL trade deadline is today, and some speculate the Dolphins' Ted Ginn Jr. might be packing his bags. [Cleveland]
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