News Roundup


  • The Miami Marine Stadium is listed as one of 11 most endangered historic sites in America. [Herald]
  • Top officials from the State Department met with a Cuba representative yesterday, though the American official stressed that it doesn't actually mean anything, yet. [CBS4]
  • Been spending most of our lives living in the renter's paradise. [WSJ]
  • Bush's former commerce secretary Carlos M. Gutierrez was named a trustee of the University of Miami. [Herald]
  • The Hawks won the latest in their playoff battle with the Heat, tying the series up at two games each. [UPI]
  • The Dolphins dropped third string QB John Beck. [PhinPhan]
  • We have no more money left in this state, so high school varsity sports teams will play 20% less. [CBS4]

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Kyle Munzenrieder