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6 Things to Know – Your Top Stories For Thursday, December 6

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  • It’s Thursday, December 6th – and NBC 6 has the top six stories for you to know to start the day.

It’s Thursday, December 6th – and NBC 6 has the top six stories for you to know to start the day.

Weather wise, a blast of cool air comes through South Florida with morning lows in the 50s and high temperatures barely reaching the mid-70s.

No. 1 – Broward County is getting a new supervisor of elections this morning. Peter Antonacci will be sworn in following the suspension of Dr. Brenda Snipes by Governor Rick Scott.

No. 2 – Coral Springs Police are expected to have a press conference to discuss video showing one of the officers kicking a man who was already in handcuffs.

No. 3 – The 911 calls made in connection with a crash that killed two cyclists in Davie are being released. Four other cyclists were hit, but survived. The driver told police she was distracted by something in her car and got blinded by the sun. She has not been charged.

No. 4 – Starting today, all Cubans will have access to the internet from their phones – a first for the island. The service costs from $7 to $30 a month, yet Cubans make an average of $30 a month.

No. 5 – Art Basel and Miami Art Week are on full mode. If you are planning to go, be ready to run into more traffic than usual. You can check out our “Smart” Basel guide for tips on how to get around.

No. 6 – From now until December 14th, you can donate a new, unwrapped toy for NBC 6’s Caravan of Joy at Dade County Federal Credit Union branches, participating Simon Malls and at the Wow Center.

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