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News Roundup: Forgetful Grandmother Charged in Baby's Death

  • The grandmother who accidently left a 3-month-old baby in a car to die is being charged with aggravated manslaughter. Temperatures in the car reached 134 degrees. [PBPost]
  • She's out on a $10,000 bond. [CBS4]
  • Five Miami-Dade high schools make a national list of the 100 best high schools. [Herald]
  • A cruise ship crew member went overboard off the coast of Miami, but the Coast Guard has recovered the victim. [ABCActionNews]
  • Speaking of the Coast Guard, crews found a boat near the Bahamas with 630 pounds of pot. [NBCMiami]
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Sports

  • The Miami Hurricanes will share an award with old rival Notre Dame for success in the classroom. The 2002 freshman football class had a 100 percent graduation rate. It certainly is a new era in UM football. [FLToday]
  • Oh, and hey, for you betting men and women out there, the Canes are three-point favorites in the Champs Sports Bowl. [PointSpreads]
  • The Dallas Mavericks tonight return to Miami, which is where they lost their last shot at an NBC championship to the Heat. [DallasMorningNews]

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