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Fort Lauderdale is a city on Florida’s southeastern coast, known for its beaches and boating canals. The Strip is a promenade running along oceanside highway A1A. It’s lined with upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels. Other attractions include the International Swimming Hall of Fame, with pools and a museum of memorabilia, and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, featuring trails and a lagoon.

Next stop a Rocky Mountain high for Heat in NBA Finals after 103-84 gutsy victory in Boston

BOSTON – Six weeks after standing within minutes of missing the playoffs, the Miami Heat are headed to the NBA Finals for the seventh time in the franchise’s 35 seasons and the sixth time since 2011 under coach Erik Spoelstra. The improbable, implausible, seemingly impossible rolls on, next stop a Rocky Mountain high for Thursday’s start of the league’s championship series against the Western Conference champion Denver Nuggets. Making their most emphatic statement of a postseason that already had ended the seasons of the No. 1 Milwaukee Bucks and No. 5 New York Knicks, the Heat went into TD...

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Marlins sweep Angels to complete long road trip at 5-5, come home two games over .500

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Eury Pérez struck out Shohei Ohtani and Mike Trout early in his fourth major league start. He then retired Trout on a long fly to strand two Angels runners with his final pitch, and the big 20-year-old rookie clapped his glove in celebration all the way to the dugout. Pérez’s fourth major league start was his most promising yet, and the Miami Marlins’ bullpen was just as good while they completed an encouraging series sweep on the West Coast. Nick Fortes homered and doubled, Pérez pitched five innings of two-hit ball and the Marlins concluded their 10-game road trip Sunday...

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No one fights alone: Colleagues support longtime BSO flight medic left blinded, unable to walk by sudden illness

Longtime Broward County firefighter and paramedic Eric DeLotta has spent his career rescuing people in trouble and helping to train his colleagues. Earlier this month, it was DeLotta, 57, who needed to be rescued, and now he’s leaning on Broward’s fire-rescue brotherhood for support during his long road to recovery from a debilitating health setback. The man who excelled in a job that requires peak physical conditioning and razor-sharp awareness now finds himself almost totally blind and unable to walk, get out of bed, or even dial a phone on his own, according to his wife, Renee DeLotta. He’s...

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UM fumbles 5-3 lead in seventh inning as Clemson rolls to ACC baseball title

DURHAM, N.C. — Riley Bertram homered for the first time this season — a go-ahead three-run shot in an eight-run seventh inning — and Clemson rallied to beat Miami 11-5 in the championship game of the ACC Tournament on Sunday for the Tigers 16th-straight win. No. 3 seed Clemson (43-17) had run-scoring singles from Caden Grice and Riley Bertram in the bottom of the first inning to grab a 2-0 lead. Leadoff hitter Cam Cannarella homered with two outs in the second to push the lead to 3-0. Miami, seeded fourth, chipped away with two runs in the top of the third. Dominic Pitelli led off with a double...

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Biden, GOP reach tentative deal to raise debt ceiling, avoid calamitous US default

By LISA MASCARO, MARY CLARE JALONICK, ZEKE MILLER and KEVIN FREKING (Associated Press) WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy reached an “agreement in principle” to raise the nation’s legal debt ceiling late Saturday as they raced to strike a deal to limit federal spending and avert a potentially disastrous U.S. default. However, the agreement risks angering both Democratic and Republican sides with the concessions made to compromise. Negotiators agreed to some Republican demands for increased work requirements for recipients of food stamps that had sparked an...

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Spanish River rallies past Tampa Plant, completes Cinderella season with 7A state softball title

Spanish River’s girls’ softball team capped off an improbable run by winning the FHSAA Class 7A state championship on Saturday afternoon with a 3-2 victory over Tampa Plant at Legends Way Ball Fields in Clermont. The Sharks (17-8-1) entered the final four ranked 94th overall in Florida and 23rd in Class 7A. Undaunted, Spanish River stunned the nation’s 13th-ranked Lake Brantley (24-4) 13-9 in eight innings on Friday night and followed it up with the victory over the state’s fifth-ranked Tampa Plant (27-4) in the title game for the first state championship in the sport in school history. Spanish...

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Inter Miami’s road woes continue with 1-0 loss in Montreal

MONTREAL  — Chinonso Offor scored a second-half goal and Jonathan Sirois made it stand up for CF Montreal in a 1-0 victory over Inter Miami on Saturday night. Neither team found the net until Offor took passes from Ariel Lassiter and Gabriele Corbo in the 53rd minute and scored for a third time this season. Sirois finished with five saves to earn the clean sheet for Montreal (6-8-0). Montreal has posted a 7-1-0 record in its last eight home matches and tied a club record with its fourth straight shutout. Montreal had four straight home shutouts spanning the 2018-19 seasons. Inter Miami (5-9-0)...

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Florida Mortgage | Foreclosure Numbers Today Are Nothing Like 2008

Florida Mortgage | Foreclosure Numbers Today Are Nothing Like 2008 Today, foreclosure numbers are nothing like they were in 2008. Let’s connect if you have questions about what you see in the news about today’s housing market. NMLS ID 1834853 #floridamortgage #floridamortgagerates #floridamortgagecompany

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Biden says debt deal ‘very close’ with default deadline now set at June 5

By LISA MASCARO, SEUNG MIN KIM, KEVIN FREKING and FATIMA HUSSEIN (Associated Press) WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said a deal to resolve the government’s debt ceiling crisis seemed “very close” late Friday, even as the deadline for a potentially catastrophic default was pushed back to June 5 and seemed likely to drag negotiations between the White House and Republicans into another frustrating week. The later “X-date,” laid out in a letter from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, set the risk of a devastating default four days beyond an earlier estimate. It came as Americans and the world...

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Mother of man who killed Gabby Petito said in letter she would help son ‘dispose of a body’

By MEAD GRUVER (Associated Press) CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The mother of the man who killed Gabby Petito told her son in an undated letter that she would “dispose of a body” if needed because she loved him so much, according to copies of the note shared publicly for the first time this week by attorneys for Petito’s parents. The handwritten note by Roberta Laundrie that says “burn after reading” on the envelope was released after a Florida judge ruled on Wednesday that the letter could be used as evidence in a lawsuit. The Petitos sued Brian Laundrie’s parents, accusing them of knowing that their...

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