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No. 18 Florida Falls To Georgetown, 66-65 in OT

When Florida coach Billy Donovan walked into the postgame interview room shortly past midnight, he was not in a particularly good mood.


LeBron James #6 of the Miami Heat poses for a portrait.  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Heat Begin Training Camp For Pursuit Of 3-Peat

The Miami Heat got back to the business of pursuing a third straight NBA championship by heading to the Bahamas for training camp.

CBS Miami–10/01/2013

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Space Shuttle Atlantis Exhibit Opens

A who’s-who of NASA officials, astronauts, and former astronauts gathered at the Kennedy Space Center Saturday to get an up-close view of the last space shuttle to travel to space.

CBS Miami–06/29/2013

The Space Shuttle replica “Explorer” being towed on a barge off the coast of Miami Beach on May 25, 2012. The full scale replica model set sail from the Kennedy Space Center on May 24, 2012 on an oceanic voyage for her permanent new museum display home at Space Center Houston, the visitor complex at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Texas.  (Source: CBS4)

Full-Size Shuttle Replica Floats By Miami

The Space Shuttle program has long ended, but if you looked out towards the Atlantic from Miami Friday afternoon, you likely saw the Shuttle passing across the horizon.


Guests photograph the Space Shuttle Discovery following a transfer ceremony at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia, April 19, 2012, as the Shuttle Discovery is officially received by the museum and will be placed on permanent display. Discovery is the first spaceship of the retired US shuttle fleet to enter its permanent home as a museum artifact, replacing the prototype Space Shuttle Enterprise, which will be moved to a museum in New York.  (Photo credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

Space Shuttle Discovery Arrives At New Home

Space Shuttle Discovery is settling into its new home just outside Washington, DC. Discovery was lifted off its Boeing 747 carrier Thursday and towed to the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum annex in northern Virginia.


Space Shuttle Discovery, mounted atop a 747 shuttle carrier aircraft, lands at Washington Dulles International Airport during the final trip to its retirement place April 17, 2012 in Chantilly, Virginia. The longest-serving orbiter in the space shuttle fleet was flown from Kennedy Space Center in Florida to the Washington, DC area to be transferred to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and will be placed on display in the museum's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center.  (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Space Shuttle Discovery’s Final Mission

It was a different kind of flight for Space Shuttle Discovery Tuesday as it hitched a ride from the Kennedy Space Center to Washington, D.C. mounted atop a 747.


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Space Center Breaks Ground On New Atlantis Exhibit

The space shuttle Atlantis is one step closer to the end of its final journey. On Wednesday, officials with the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex and NASA broke ground on a site which will become the retired shuttle’s final home.


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Florida’s Top Stories Of The Year

There was Rick Scott who took over the Florida Governor’s office, the end of the space shuttle program and of course, the Gulf oil spill. Which story do you think made the number one spot as Florida’s top story of the year?


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Model Of Shuttle Moved Out Of Space Center For Real Deal

A full scale model of a space shuttle, which has thrilled visitors to the Kennedy Space Center Complex for nearly two decades, has been moved out of the complex to make room for a new exhibit which will feature a real space shuttle.


Aquatic Adventures Atlantis Ruin Snorkel

In this week’s Aquatic Adventures we snorkel the ruins of Atlantis in the Bahamas. It is one of the largest open air aquariums in the world. The variety of fish a snorkeler can experience all […]

CBS Miami–09/14/2011