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Miami Heat Star Udonis Haslem Voices Support For Protests, Concern For ViolenceCBS4's Steve Goldstein shares Haslem's message.
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Miami Dolphins Head Coach Brian Flores Addresses George Floyd's DeathCBS4's Jim Berry shares what Flores and other Dolphins brass had to say.
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Fort Lauderdale Protest Ends In Unrest & VandalismCBS4's Ted Scouten reports on the aftermath of Sunday's protest.
Aventura Mall Shut Down In Anticipation Of Possible ProtestThe department has dispatched extra patrols Monday “in case any protest should pop up.”
BSO Puts Two Deputies On Administrative Duty Amid Social Media InvestigationThe deputies are identified as Michael Ruback and Ronald Thurston.
Fort Lauderdale Police Officer Relieved Of Duty After Video Shows Him Pushing ProtesterCBS4's Joan Murray the officer has been identified as Steven Pohorence, whose actions will be investigated by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement before an internal investigation is conducted.
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