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News Roundup: Your Barbecue Grill Is Not a Space Heater

  • A family brought a charcoal grill inside to keep warm. They had to be treated for carbon monoxide poisoning. [JustNews] 
  • A 9-year-old girl and her stepfather were found shot to death in their apartment. Police believe it could be a murder-suicide.  [FoxNews]
  • Today's 36-degree temperature is record-breaking. [CBS4]
  • A former Miami judge found himself on the other side of the law and was sentenced to 20 years in jail for stealing $80,000 from a social services program he ran. [CBS4]
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Sports

  • The L.A. Clippers -- the friggin' Clippers -- beat the Miami Heat 94-84. [UPI]
  • In college hoops, the Miami Hurricanes beat Wake Forest by one point, proving they can be competitive this year in the ACC. [PBPost]
  • Whoops, Joe Namath's 20-year-old daughter got popped for driving with open bottles and marijuana in her car. [NBCMiami]

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