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News Roundup: Second Liberty City Seven Member Sentenced; Ronnie Brown Out for Season

  • In the Liberty City Seven trial, 26-year-old Rotschild Augustine yesterday was sentenced to seven years in jail. [CBS4]
  • So, a survey says MIA is one of the top five airports in the world to get stuck in. [CBS4]
  • The 17-year-old accused of stabbing and killing a Coral Gables Senior High classmate wants out of jail on bond. [JustNews]

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Sports

  • Pro Bowl player Ronnie Brown is out for the season with a foot injury. He'll be replaced by Ricky Williams, but the Dolphins offense is pretty much screwed. [AP]
  • The Miami Heat lost 105-109 to Atlanta. [Herald]

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