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Top Miami news: South Florida remembers Don Shula; Dolphins unveil plans to bring back fans; more

Top Miami news: South Florida remembers Don Shula; Dolphins unveil plans to bring back fans; more
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By Hoodline - Published on May 05, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Miami.

South Florida remembers Don Shula

The winningest head coach in NFL history died Monday at age 90. His accomplishments leading the Miami Dolphins became legendary and his name became synonymous with winning, as Don Shula truly put South Florida on the landscape of sports dominance.

Read the full story on NBC6.

Carnival to restart some US cruises on Aug. 1

The company said that eight ships will begin services from Miami, Port Canaveral and Galveston on Aug. 1, while other North American and Australian trips remain canceled through Aug. 31.

Read the full story on Axios.

Miami Beach park closed after nearly 7,500 warned about not wearing face masks

Between Friday and Sunday, park rangers issued 7,329 verbal warnings, mostly at South Pointe Park.

Read the full story on NBC News.

Dolphins unveil plans for bringing back fans, including timed entrances, attendance limits

Miami Dolphins President/CEO Tom Garfinkel laid out his team's plans Monday.

Read the full story on SFGATE.


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