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News Roundup

  • The teen charged with the stabbing at Coral Gables high has confessed, but he didn't even know his victim's name, and the fight was provoked by a 'bad face.' [CBS4]
  • A bicyclist in South West Dade was killed in a hit and run. [Herald]
  • Tonight, MTV's 'The City' comes to Miami. We've never seen an episode, but isn't this the one where Awesome New Republic may or may not be featured? [LATimes]
  • Gabrielle Redfern won Miami Beach's commission seat recount, and will face Michael Gongora in the run off on Nov. 17th. [Herald]

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Sports

  • The rumor mill seems to think there's a chance LeBron James may be playing alongside Dwyane Wade for The Heat next season. Fingers crossed. [NBCMiami]
  • The Dolphins have already racked up as many losses so far as they did all last season, and their path to the playoffs is looking bleak. [CP]
  • Former NFL star Lawrence Taylor was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident. He hit another car on the Palmetto and tore off a tire on his SUV, but still drove two miles on his axel. No one was injured. [Herald]

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