News Roundup: Everyones a Hardlinder

  • Charlie Crist, Marco Rubio and Kendrick Meek all showed up for a US Cuba Democracy PAC luncheon, and when it came to Cuba they all had the same thing to say. [CBS4]
  • FIU will play host to a conference dealing with sex differentiation disorders in sports. [Herald]
  • Police are still looking for the suspect who shot a 24-year-old woman in an apparent high-jacking attempt. [WSVN]
  • Some guy tricked a cab driver into taking him from Miami to Memphis, for a $3,000 trip. Surprisingly when it came time to pay he didn't have it, so now he's behind bars. [CBS4]
  • A 68-year-old Hialeah woman is now a millionaire, thanks to the Lotto. [Herald]
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  • Hurricanes basketball beat NCA&T (Who? Not sure) 80-59 for Frank Haith's 100th win, and improved to a 12-1 record. [Herald]

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