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1. Broward County schools plan day of service to mark 4-year anniversary of Parkland tragedy
Schools across Broward County are participating in a day of service to commemorate the 14 students and three staff members lost in the massacre on Feb. 14, 2018.
2. Martin County beachgoers asked to stop using man-made path at local beach
Martin County leaders are trying to deter residents from creating and using a manmade path at Santa Lucea Beach.
3. Rams rally, hold off Bengals late to win 23-20 in Super Bowl LVI
The Rams won their first NFL title since the 1999 season — and their first representing Los Angeles since 1951.
4. Auto repair shop owner arrested after driver shot near Palm Springs
A 66-year-old business owner was arrested after investigators said he shot a person in Palm Beach County.
5. US suspends Mexican avocado imports
The U.S. government has suspended imports of Mexican avocados after a U.S. plant safety inspector in Mexico received a threat.
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On This Day In History
The St. Valentine's Day Massacre occurred when seven members and associates of Chicago's North Side Gang were shot and killed on Valentine's Day 1929. The incident was a result of the struggle to control organized crime in the city during Prohibition between the Irish North Siders and the Italian Chicago outfit led by Al Capone.
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