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Delayed Surveillance Footage Hindered Police Response To Parkland Shooting, Report Shows

Police officers responding to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14 delayed moving to the third floor of building 12, where 10 people had been shot, because they believed confessed shooter Nikolas Cruz was still there.

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NEWSCAST: Deadlines To Vote

Oct 9, 2012
Alan Cleaver

Time is running out to register to vote in the November election, and a new television network is coming to Miami.

Check out these stories and more in the WLRN Miami Herald News at 7.

The Miami Herald's Jay Weaver raises the curtain on a federal trial opening today. Allegations: Mobsters recruited sexy Eastern European women to separate men from their money at a series of Miami Beach clubs.

CBS MoneyWatch crunched the data to find universities with the lowest graduation rates. Five of them are in Florida.

Univision And ABC Are Partnering In English

Oct 9, 2012
Carolyn Kaster

  Spanish language broadcaster Univision and ABC will open a 24-hour cable channel in the Miami area, the Miami Herald reports today.

Programming will be in English but produced with a Latin perspective. Herald reporter Doug Hanks got a look at documents that describe the project:

The joint venture is expected to employ about 350 

How Sunlight Weakens Your Skin

Oct 9, 2012

A sunny day at the beach has plusses and minuses for your health.

A little bit of sun can help your body produce vitamin D, but the sun's ultraviolet radiation raises your risk for skin cancer. And, it turns out, UV radiation poses another threat — it physically weakens your skin.

NEWSCAST: South Florida Reacts To Chavez

Oct 9, 2012
CIA World FactBook

Venezuelans living in South Florida are reacting to the reelection of Hugo Chavez and the Florida Board of Education is meeting today in Orlando. 

Check out these stories and more in WLRN Miami Herald News.

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The state is investigating a Virginia-based company for possible voter registration fraud in Florida.

Strategic Allied Consulting was hired by the Republican Party of Florida to register voters ahead of the November election.

The Florida Division of Elections is concerned about a series of suspicious registration forms submitted by Strategic Allied.

DISPATCH: Cuban-American Artist In Miami

Oct 8, 2012

Known just by his first name, Antuan, the 40-year-old artist is a sculptor provocateur whose work is at times absurd (brains, pills and ashtrays) and more often profound (Holocaust memorial pieces). Antuan says that growing up in Cuba gave him political "trauma." He loves the freedom of democracy, but doesn't trust government.

DISPATCH: Sleepless In Miami

Oct 8, 2012

Romney can't win without Florida, Florida can’t be won without the I-4 corridor and I-4 is controlled by Hispanics. So, who controls them? Puerto Ricans, according to this report in the Guardian...and the Puerto Ricans are feeling left-out and disenfranchised.

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