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

Today is Wednesday, November 9 and these are the main news of the day:

1.- A heated electoral environment was experienced this Tuesday in South Florida, when the governor Ron DeSantis defeated Democrat Charlie CristRepublican senator Marco Rubio was re-elected for a third term of 6 years and the Republican congresswoman María Elvira Salazar won in District 27.

2.- President Joe Biden approved an emergency declaration for the state of Florida in the face of the imminent passage of Tropical Storm Nicole. Broward County is under state of emergency and flood watch. In Miami-Dade County, authorities and residents are preparing for the storm. classes were suspendeds in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach.

3.- Given the approach of Tropical Storm Nicoles, several shelters were set up in Palm Beach County at the following schools: Palm Beach Gardens High School, Palm Beach Central High School, Park Vista High School and Lake Shore Middle School. Pets are welcome at the West Boynton Recreation Center.

4.- And in the midst of bad weather conditions. there is much concern about the fate of 23 Cuban migrants missing on the high seas since October 31. As activist Albert Fonse shared on Facebook, the Cubans are residents of the Batabanó municipality, Mayabeque province. On the boat were at least one minor and two women.

5.- At NASA set a new window for test launch of the Artemis-1 rocket due to preparations for Tropical Storm Nicole. The release is now scheduled for November 16. Last Friday, the Artemis-1 rocket had been moved to its launch pad in preparation for liftoff.

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