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Miami Morning News Roundup | May 8, 2024

Crime in Miami

  • A tragic incident occurred in Homestead, where a juvenile was shot during a potential robbery. Authorities are investigating the circumstances surrounding the event. [WPLG Local 10]

  • Surveillance footage has been released after a woman was gunned down outside a Miami-Dade library. Police are urging anyone with information to come forward. [WPLG Local 10]

  • Two men have been apprehended after a series of robberies in which they targeted individuals for their Rolex watches. The suspects used gunpoint to intimidate their victims. [NBC 6 South Florida, WSVN 7News]

Local Miami News

  • The Navy has honored the city of Miami by naming a new submarine after it. Singer Gloria Estefan announced as sponsor for the ship. [WSVN 7News]

  • Miami-Dade County is taking steps to improve school bus safety. A new initiative will implement fines for violators. [WPLG Local 10]

  • Despite support from residents, the city manager of North Miami has been fired. The reasons behind the decision are currently unclear. [WPLG Local 10, WSVN 7News]

Other Miami News

  • Someone in South Florida is $214 million richer after a winning Powerball ticket was sold at a local Publix. [WPLG Local 10]

  • The Fort Lauderdale Air Show is set to return, with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds headlining the event. [WPLG Local 10]

  • A federal judge has indefinitely postponed the trial date for Donald Trump's classified documents case. The reasons for the delay are not specified. [NBC 6 South Florida]

Stay tuned for more updates on these stories and others impacting the Miami area.

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