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News Roundup: Waiting For News from Haiti

  • The Haitian community in Miami waits patiently for word on their family on the Island. [NYTimes]
  • Despite reports yesterday that all 12 Lynn University students in Haiti were accounted for, five are actually still missing. [CBS4]
  • UF is also waiting to hear from two students who were in Haiti. [WSVN]
  • The cold temperatures have left thousands of fish dead. [JustNews]
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Sports

  • The Miami Heat broke their recent losing streak with a nice win over the Golden State Warriors, 115-102. [UPI]
  • The Miami Hurricanes broke their recent winning streak with a nasty loss to Virginia Tech, 81-66. [Herald]
  • Miami Hurricanes women's basketball is actually off to a really good season as well and is looking to make their first NCAA tournament ever. [ESPN]
  • The Dolphins interviewed Al Groh for their open DC position, and will interview the Steeler's Keith Butler. [Herald]

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