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Mon June 16, 2014

June 16, 2014: Miami Heat Fall To Spurs, FAU Offers Stadium To Beckham

Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

6:30 More Florida students are passing state final exams in courses such as algebra and biology.
5:30 Now that the state has ruled that red light cameras were illegal in Florida cities will drivers get reimbursed for fines?
5:04 Gov. Scott signed a bill today that will allow some patients to be able to use a strain of low-potency marijuana.
4:30 Attending summer camp is a rite of passage for many kids, and one Florida school district says it can make a big difference when it comes to graduating. Welcome to Algebra I Boot Camp.
4:04 A bill signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott will lower the expense of prepaid tuition plans.
1:04 A national organization that promotes civic engagement with Hispanic Millennials hosted its first major summit in Miami at Florida International University this past weekend.
11:04 The World Cup games kicked off this week and South Florida fans are rooting for their favorite teams.

10:04 Jamaica makes a major change to its drug laws.
9:30 Now that the state has ruled that red light cameras were illegal in Florida cities -- will drivers get reimbursed for fines?

9:04 Palm Beach County is trying to convince David Beckham to make Florida Atlantic University's stadium the home for his proposed soccer team.
8:34 About half of Florida ninth graders failed the state's Algebra 1 exam in their first attempt last year.

8:04 Critics of Florida's family courts rally at the state capitol.

7:34 Now that the state has ruled that red light cameras were illegal in Florida cities -- will drivers get reimbursed for fines?

7:04 Some hoop dreams are shattered for Miami Heat fans this morning.
6:34 About half of Florida ninth graders failed the state's Algebra 1 exam in their first attempt last year.
6:04 Jamaica makes a major change to its drug laws.