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Personal Finance Expert Shares Tips On Avoiding Holiday OverspendingShani Curry-St.Vil heads Purse Empowerment, where she provides a safe haven for women to learn, share and grow in the area of financial literacy.
Tennis Instructor Charged With Child Abuse For Hitting BoyThe tennis instructor, Osmailer Torres, is claiming he accidentally hit the 5-year-old boy while trying to protect his other pupils.
Former MLB Stars Jeter, Posada Team Up With Local Developer To Help Puerto Rico ReliefLaura and Jorge Posada's foundation for Puerto Rico have joined Derek Jeter's Turn2 foundation to get the donated household items to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico, Miami and Key West.
One North Lauderdale Shooting Victim Says Other May Be ParalyzedBryson Johnson, who is using an alias for fear of retaliation, says the other victim may be paralyzed from his bullet wounds.
Police Chief: No Truth To Reports Of Sniper In Miami Gardens“There are no facts to indicate there was a sniper out here shooting at random people,” said Chief Delma Noel-Pratt at a press conference.
‘Baby Lollipops’ Mother Takes Stand In Own Defense: ‘I Didn’t Kill My Son’Ana Maria Cardona is being tried for the third time for the murder of her 3-year-old son in 1990.

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Accused ‘Cannibal Killer’ Expected To Use Insanity DefenseCBS Miami's Eliott Rodriguez reports on accused murderer Austin Harrouff using a new defense in court.
'I Lost Everything': Morning Blaze Strikes Elderly Couple's HomeCBS Miami's Marybel Rodriguez reports on a house fire in Miami that has left an elderly couple with little-to-nothing left.
Going Going Gone: Marlins Officially Trade Slugger Giancarlo Stanton To YankeesCBS Miami's Mike Cugno reports on the Yankees introducing Giancarlo Stanton as their newest player.

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Alabama Voters Getting Presidential Robocalls On Eve Of Special Senate ElectionThe race to the finish for Alabama's special Senate election was a tale of two campaigns on Sunday, with Democratic candidate Doug Jones barnstorming the state while his Republican opponent, Roy Moore, largely stayed quiet.
Tennis Instructor Accused Of Hitting Boy With Racket Asks For Family's Forgiveness“I’m here begging the family to please accept my apology and to know that a mistake was made,” said tennis instructor Osmailer Torres.

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