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Officer on leave after shooting at woman PDF Print E-mail
Written by ELGIN JONES   
Friday, 12 February 2010
barbara-e-henry_web.jpgSUNRISE — A police officer who fired his gun at a woman as she drove by him in her SUV has been placed on administrative leave.

Barbara E. Henry, 59, of Sunrise, suffered cuts and bruises from the shattering glass of her vehicle’s window, but the bullet did not strike her.
 
Jackson leads march in Miami PDF Print E-mail
Written by CAROLYN GUNISS   
Friday, 12 February 2010
rev-jesse-jackson_web.jpgMIAMI — Jesse Jackson, a champion of civil rights and president of the Rainbow/Push Coalition, on Monday called on government and banks to pay attention to Miami-Dade County’s residents who are in need of jobs and help dealing with foreclosures.

Jackson was in Overtown Monday to show support for residents facing economic pressures and no relief.
 
Ne-Yo concert in Miami raises money for Haiti PDF Print E-mail
Written by WANJIRA BANFIELD   
Friday, 12 February 2010
ne-yo_web.jpgMIAMI — With over six Grammys under his belt, major international tours all over the globe, 10 Billboard Chart number-one hits, and millions and millions of fans all over the world, Ne-Yo clearly will soon be dubbed the undisputed prince of R&B.

In an incredibly flawless performance, Ne-Yo shut down the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County on Thursday, Feb. 4, with all proceeds going to Haiti Relief efforts.
 
BET unites celebrities in Miami for Haiti PDF Print E-mail
Written by WANJIRA BANFIELD   
Friday, 12 February 2010
bet-haiti-queen-latifah_web.jpgMIAMI — Almost a month after a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, celebrities around the world are determined to use their influence and talent to help in any way possible.

This became evident on Friday, Feb. 5, when three major power houses of hip hop – Queen Latifah, Diddy and Pharell Williams – hosted BET's star studded live telethon titled “SOS Saving Ourselves-Help For Haiti.”
 
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