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November 19

6 Things to Know – Your Top Stories For Monday, November 19

Holiday Week kicks off here in South Florida, and on NBC 6, there are six top news you need to know about Monday, November 19th.

In terms of weather, cooler temperatures on weekends are a distant memory due to the high humidity and high temperatures of the mid-80s.

# 1 – This morning the child is at home after the car in which he was sitting was stolen from a gas station parking lot. Police say it all happened in Southwest Miami-Dade while the baby’s mother was at the store. This suspect remains on the run right now. # 2 – Two people pulled out a car that fell into the water on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach. One of them was taken to hospital and the other was taken to the scene.

# 3 – Broward’s election observer, Dr. Brenda Snipes, resigned after completing a manual recount this weekend. After years of troubled elections and securing the ballots, her office has been under scrutiny for years from both sides of the aisle.

# 4 – The counting of votes in the Florida election is over. Governor Rick Scott is now elected senator after defeating incumbent Democrat President Bill Nelson, who ceded Sunday night.

# 5 – Miami-Dade Police Department will be in full force this week to keep you safe while shopping. Uniformed and uniformed officers will patrol malls and parking lots and encourage shoppers to lock their doors, and if they see something wrong, say something.

# 6 – We are showing off another school in South Florida. Education on 6 reporter Ari Odzer will be at Coral Springs High School and showcase his amazing programs like farming, fire cooking academy, step teams, and even video game design programs!

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