Today’s Top News in Miami, Florida and the US – NBC 7 Miami (51)

Today is Monday June 6 and these are the main news of the day:

1.- Nelson Sosa wakes up in prison, accused of the murder of his sister and allegedly of his mother. It was Sosa himself, 56, who reported the crime, which occurred at his home in western Hialeah. The report says he strangled and stabbed his sister, Mairym Sosa, 53. Her 84-year-old mother was on a bed, but with no apparent signs of violence. The defendant appears to have mental problems.

2.- Broward Public Schools will not allow students to carry backpacks or school bags for the next few days. It will be from tomorrow, Tuesday, June 7, until Thursday, June 9. The measure will be valid for all grades in county schools. If students have yet to return books, electronic devices, or other materials, they must do so this Monday.

3.- Residents evicted from two Coral Springs apartment buildings, which were declared unsafe, due to rain. We are talking about the occupants of a complex located at 7827 Northwest 39th Court and the residents of the Sherwood Apartments, located at 1225 Riverside Drive. FPL cut power and 40 units were evacuated.

4.- A man identified as Allen Gregory da Costa, 48, was arrested as allegedly responsible for a multiple collision.. He is accused of fleeing the scene of the crash, which sent two Broward police officers and the driver of a third vehicle to the hospital. The report says he ran a red light at Northwest 31st Avenue and 26th Street in Lauderdale Lakes.

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5.- Two settlements located in the Marianao municipality, in Havana, suffered severe damage due to the recent rains in the Cuban capital. These are Indalla and La Escalera. The current of water threatened to destroy those two villages. The weekend rains in Cuba left at least three dead, one missing and thousands of evacuees.

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