News Roundup: Gonzalez Makes a Deal, Timoney Feels Good

  • Commissioner Angel Gonzalez will resign Friday as part of an agreement with prosecutors, after setting his daughter up with a no-show job. He'll now face only misdemeanor charges. [CBS4]
  • In his first public comments since resigning, John Timoney says he's pleased and proud with the job he's done as police chief. [NBCMiami]
  • An elderly couple in west Kendall died while trying to cross a busy street. [CBS4]
  • The world's largest cruise ship has finally arrived in Fort Lauderdale. [CBS4]
  • Privé Las Vegas, owned by the Opium Group, has filed for bankruptcy. [CasinoCityTimes]

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  • At home, the Heat lost a close game to the Cleveland Cavaliers, 111-104. [BleacherReport]

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