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  • The trial of the century: Paris Hilton vs the producers of her crappy movie Pledge This begins today. Ms. Hilton is expected to testify tomorrow. [AP]
  • The runner up for title of the trial of the century started yesterday. Rapper Pitbull is facing DUI chargers. [NBCMiami]
  • University of Miami plans to build a huge biotech center. [Herald]
  • Another day, another recipient of a county grant arrested for misusing the funds. [SFBJ]


  • It's hard for Dwyane Wade -- being the only talented member of the Heat and all, so he'd really like Allen Iverson to come down and play with him. [USAToday]
  • UM football players are doing community outreach through out South Florida. [ESPN]

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