Coronavirus: Miami empties after struggling to enforce containment | AFP

After struggling to enforce containment measures, Miami streets are now empty of tourists and most locals. Governor Ron DeSantis has issued a stay-at-home order for the southern portion of the sunshine state as the number of positive coronavirus cases rose sharply to over 5000. IMAGES

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Coronavirus pandemic sweeps the globe | AFP

Pubs close in Dublin, people rush to supermarkets in Buenos Aires, and a Miami church holds a hand-shake free communion, as the world grapples with the spread of the new coronavirus.

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The Allure of Columbine Fandom

Shortly before the 20th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting, an 18-year-old named Sol Pais sent much of the United States into a panic.

Without telling anyone her plans, Pais had flown from her home in Miami to Denver, where she bought a shotgun and then disappeared. When the FBI learned about her obsession with Columbine, it launched a manhunt involving more than 20 federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. Hundreds of schools closed, affecting more than 500,000 students. Pais’s picture was all over the news, which described her as “armed and dangerous.”

All of it — the manhunt, the school closures, the wall-to-wall coverage on local and national TV — was for naught. Law enforcement and the media had fundamentally misunderstood the story of Sol Pais: She never made any explicit threats, nor was there any indication that she intended to cause harm to others. That misunderstanding was based on a deeper failure to comprehend what drives young people to become fixated with the Columbine massacre — and what lies at the root of school shootings themselves.

In the third and final installment of UNSAFE: Learning from America’s School Shootings, VICE News Tonight explores one of the stranger and lesser known dimensions of Columbine’s legacy.

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On This Day: 20 February 1927

Oscar-winning actor Sidney Poitier was born in Miami. (Feb. 20)

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Here’s the latest for Friday, February 7th; Aide who testified against Trump escorted out of WH; Iowa Dems extend the deadline for candidates reviews; Severe weather hits parts of US with more to come; 1,400 pounds of shark fins seized at Miami port.

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1,400 pounds of shark fins seized at Miami port

Wildlife inspectors seized 1,400 pounds of shark fins at a Miami port, officials said. The estimated total commercial value of the bust is estimated to be between $700,000 and $1 million. The fins were displayed at a news conference on Thursday. (Feb. 6)

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Fans react to Chiefs Super Bowl victory in Miami

Fans react to the Chiefs Super Bowl victory, cheering as they left the stadium in Miami. (Feb. 3)

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Shaquille O’Neal ‘forever linked’ to Kobe Bryant

Speaking before his party during Super Bowl weekend in Miami, Shaquille O’Neal says the loss of his former teammate Kobe Bryant will always be ‘heavy on the heart’ but says the pair are ‘forever linked.’ (Feb. 1)

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Super Bowl 2020: ‘We’ll be all remembering Kobe on Sunday’ (Shakira) | AFP

“We will be all remembering Kobe on Sunday. We’ll be celebrating life and celebrating diversity in this country,” Shakira tells reporters during a press conference in Miami ahead of the Super Bowl halftime show that she’ll headline with Jennifer Lopez on February 2nd, in Florida. SOUNDBITE

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Kicking Off Super Bowl in Miami – AP Top 25 Podcast

Super Bowl kicked off in Miami with a more subdued Media Night Monday that opened with a tribute to Kobe Bryant. The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs have two of their four media sessions out of the way and now can start to focus on practice. Chiefs coach Andy Reid seemed to be enjoying this trip to the Super Bowl far more than his last appearance with the Eagles 15 years ago.

Radio Row was jumping with former players, entertainers and other celebrities in town to talk about the Big Game and more.

Denver Broncos safety Justin Simmons, former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings, Hall of Famer Rod Woodson, and former players Solomon Wilcots and Lofa Tatupu joined Rob Maaddi to discuss various topics ranging from the upcoming game to what they’re doing off the field.

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What’s next for the NCAA and NIL? – AP Top 25 Podcast

The college football offseason is here but there is still plenty of news in college sports. This week attention turns to the NCAA convention where the hot topic will be name, image and likeness. The NCAA is trying to come up with an ideal model that would allow athletes to be paid for their fame. But ultimately it might be federal lawmakers who have the most say in what comes next. What if any news could come out of the NCAA convention this week in Southern California?

Nicole Auerbach from The Athletic joins AP’s Ralph Russo to talk about NCAA policy and the news of the week closer to the field.

Will there be anyone left at LSU to defend the Tigers’ national
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Miami might have found a transfer quarterback to help turnaround its offense.

And where does Justin Fuente stand at Virginia Tech after he talked to Baylor about its job opening?

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Why It’s Literally Raining Iguanas In South Florida

Floridians woke up to some unusual conditions Wednesday morning: frozen iguanas scattered across the grounds.

“Don’t be surprised if you see iguanas falling from the trees tonight,” the Miami National Weather Service office tweeted on Tuesday.

The weather forecast was pretty spot-on. The temperatures were low enough to throw iguanas into shock. Miami temperatures dropped to 40 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest temperature in nine years.

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Miami prepares for spike in sex trafficking as Super Bowl comes to town | AFP

Every year, the American football season ends with the vast spectacle of the Super Bowl, drawing in celebrity superstars, hugely expensive advertising and 100 million viewers. But the sporting mega-event also has a darker side: a spike in human trafficking, in particular a rise in sexual exploitation. This year, Miami will host the Super Bowl on February 2. The city’s authorities are training hotel workers, security guards, Uber drivers and truckers to spot the signs that a person might be a victim of trafficking, and alert police.

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Trump talks Iran, God, Impeachment to Evangelicals

President Donald Trump traveled to Miami Friday to speak before Evangelical supporters about Iran, impeachment and how God has helped him get elected. (Jan. 3)

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ShowBiz Minute: Rowling, Anthony, Miss America

Author JK Rowling draws criticism for transgender comments; Marc Anthony’s luxury yacht goes up in flames in Miami; Camille Schrier from Virginia crowned new Miss America. (Dec. 20)

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Thorny art in Singapore: Durian seller parodies $120,000 banana art | AFP

After an artist made headlines by eating a $120,000 banana artwork taped to a gallery wall in Miami, a Singaporean durian seller has responds with his own funky art piece.

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Sand cars replace sand castles at Miami Art Basel | AFP

Three days before the official launch of the Art Basel week in Miami, internationally renowned Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich unveils his temporary installation: a sand car traffic jam aiming to raise awareness of climate change N°1MR2RKN°1MR4IU

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WH: Trump’s Miami golf resort to host 2020 G7

The White House says it has chosen President Donald Trump’s golf resort in Miami as the site for next year’s G-7 summit. The announcement comes as the president has accused Joe Biden’s family of profiting from his time in public office. (Oct. 17)

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Trump golf club in Florida to host next G7 summit: W.House | AFP

The White House announces the next G7 summit will be hosted at Trump’s gold club in Miami, Florida. White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney says the aim of the event will be to “encourage the rest of the world to get on board” with US “success.” SOUNDBITE

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Heartbroken Jose Jose fans bid their final farewells | AFP

Hundreds of fans of legendary Mexican singer Jose Jose gather for a memorial ceremony in Miami to make their impassioned goodbyes following his recent death.

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ShowBiz Minute: Jose, Perry, Box office

Hundreds mourn José José, star Mexican crooner at Miami wake; Tyler Perry christens new studio with help of Oprah, others’; “Joker” laughs its way to October box office record. (Oct. 7)

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Hundreds mourn iconic José José at Miami wake

Miami, the second home to legendary Mexican crooner José José, mourned the iconic artist on Sunday by gathering several hundreds of his fans at a closed casket wake. Known as the “Prince of Song,” the iconic singer died in Miami at age 71. (Oct 6)

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Mexican singer Jose Jose’s public funeral underway in Miami | AFP

A public funeral for Mexican singer Jose Jose is organised in Miami’s Little Havana neighbourhood. Family, celebrities and fans of Jose Jose bid farewell to the legendary Mexican singer, after his children settled days of drama over the mysterious location of his corpse. IMAGES

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