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News Roundup

  • Slain UConn player Jasper Howard hoped his football career could help him make a better life for his family. His funeral will be held Monday in Miami, and the entire team is expected to attend. [AP]
  • A teenager in South Miami received two life sentences for raping and killing his younger sister. [UPI]
  • Former Local 10 anchor Charles Perez, who's taking legal action against the station for allegedly firing him because he is gay, has married his partner in Connecticut. [Herald]
  • The law offices of Miami Lakes Mayor Michael Pizzi caught fire early this morning. Investigators believe it might have been arson. [CBS4]
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