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Mon June 9, 2014

June 9, 2014: Brush Fire Brings Smoke To South Florida

  Today on WLRN-Miami Herald News, you heard:

5:30 A music program is helping a South Florida middle school make a turnaround.
5:04 The wildfire in Broward County that left the Everglades and South Florida blanketed in smoke Monday morning has doubled in size.
4:30 If it's part of your regular commute, you might be wondering what's so great about I-95. A writer gives us her take on the issue.
4:04 Undocumented students in Florida will be allowed to qualify for in-state tuition under a bill signed today by Gov. Rick Scott.

1:04 A health advisory remains in effect for Broward County following a brush fire that began over the weekend.

11:04 We're more than a week in to hurricane season and emergency officials are trying to combat what they call "hurricane amnesia."
10:04 The city of Miami is moving forward with plans to place about 400 new security cameras throughout the metro area.

8:34 What's so great about I-95, anyway? We have an interview with Barbara Barnes, author of "What's Great About I-95?"

8:04 A brush fire burning in far western Broward County has carried smoke over to Miami-Dade, shutting down roads and cutting visibility for drivers this morning.

7:34 A music program helps a Florida middle school make a turnaround.

7:04 A brush fire in Broward County has shut down part of U.S. 27, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.

6:34 What's so great about I-95, anyway? We have an interview with Barbara Barnes, author of "What's Great About I-95?"

6:04 The state Department of Education released results on Friday for the final Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT).