News Roundup: One Dead After Downtown Drive-By

  • Nearly a quarter of new condos in Sunny Isles Beach are empty. [CBS4]
  • One person is dead and another injured after an early-morning drive-by shooting in downtown Miami that began on the MacArthur Causeway. [CBS4]
  • The bodies of the last missing Lynn University students and professors have been found and identified in Haiti. [NBCMiami]
  • Citizens have begun an effort to recall North Miami Beach Mayor Myron Rosner, claiming he skirted zoning procedures to get the OK to build a patio and pool at his home. [NBCMiami]
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  • Joey Porter's release from the Dolphins isn't official yet. They have to wait three more weeks, because of cap issues, but regardless, Porter is done with the Dolphins. [Herald]
  • Hurricanes basketball fell to Clemson 74-66 [AP]
  • "I think the main thing is I've shown and said that Miami is where I want to be. I wouldn't be jumping in the air to leave Miami anyway. It's a great place to be and they've adopted me there... I've said it so many times: That's the place I want to build. We just have to get people to come, and if we get people to come, why would I leave?" -- Dwyane Wade. [ESPN]

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