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News Roundup: Cell Phone Flirting Mayor Will Run Again

  • Ousted West Miami Mayor Cesar Carasa says he'll run again -- you know, when he's not busy macking on Dominican girls and trying to sell them shoes. [Herald]
  • Oh, look, local women have dreams of one day competing in Olympic pole dancing. [NBCMiami]
  • Two women pleaded guilty for trying to rob an armored truck at Dadeland Mall last year. They could spend 20 years behind bars. [WSVN]
  • Prez Obama has nominated Miami lawyer Wifredo Ferrer as the new U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida. [Herald]
  • Because plans for future museums in Miami are so good, a national museum for Hispanic heritage is being discussed. [Herald]
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  • Erik Spoelstra is still superpissed his Heat lost to the Timberwolves: "There was a real lack of professionalism going into that game." [Herald]

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