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Surfside death toll up to 94, discussions underway about what will happen with future of site



SURFSIDE, Fla. – The death toll from the Surfside condo collapse has risen to 94, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said Monday morning.

It reflects that four more bodies have been found since Sunday morning in a process she acknowledges is getting “more difficult.”

Levine Cava said that 83 of those victims have been identified, with 80 next of kin notified. Another 22 people remain potentially unaccounted for after the June 24 collapse of the Champlain Towers South.

The identities of nine more victims were released Monday afternoon by Miami-Dade police:

  • Lisa Rosenberg, 27 (recovered Friday)
  • Arnold Notkin, 87 (recovered Friday)
  • Judith Spiegel, 65 (recovered Friday)
  • Margarita Vasquez Bello, 68 (recovered Saturday)
  • Cassie Billedeau Stratton, 40 (recovered Saturday)
  • Fabian Nunez, 57 (recovered Thursday)
  • Catalina Gomez Ramirez, 45 (recovered Saturday)
  • Nicole Dawn Doran, 43 (recovered Friday)
  • Beatriz Rodriguez Guerra, 52 (recovered Thursday)


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Storms Possible Later



Rain and storms over the East coast will move offshore over the next 2 hours, so we will dry out late morning/early afternoon. However, Storms could from by late afternoon into the evening ahead of the actual cold front we are following.

Lingering clouds and showers possible through early afternoon as front arrives.

It should be nice and cooler on Sunday.

Chilly on Monday into the low 50’s.

Should be dry through midday. Storms could develop late. A few isolated to severe possible. @wsvn @7Weather #flwx

— Vivian Gonzalez (@VivianGonzalez7) January 21, 2022

Vivian Gonzalez

Meteorologist, AMS Certified

WSVN Channel 7

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Judge sides with Britney Spears in ongoing court battle with her father over finances




(CNN) — Although Britney Spears’ 13-year conservatorship has ended, the legal battle over her finances is still going on.

The singer’s attorney, Mathew Rosengart, faced off in court on Wednesday against attorney Alex Weingarten, who now represents the pop star’s father, Jamie Spears.

Judge Brenda Penny ruled against a request from the elder Spears for Britney Spears to set aside money from her $60 million estate in a reserve to potentially cover legal fees, which would include her father’s.

CNN attended the hearing where Rosengart and Weingarten argued over whether the Grammy winner should be responsible for the latest round of legal fees incurred throughout her conservatorship.

The singer’s father was the conservator of his daughter’s finances and oversaw her medical decisions for more than a decade before he was suspended late last year.

Court documents filed by Rosengart ahead of the hearing and obtained by CNN, state that the pop star’s father allegedly paid himself $6 million from his daughter’s estate during the conservatorship, and that the estate had paid “dozens of different law firms” per Jamie Spears’ petitions throughout the conservatorship, totaling more than $30 million.

The documents also allege that the elder Spears attempted to use his daughter’s fame and resources in a plan to pitch a television show to the Cooking Channel in 2015 titled, “Cookin’ Cruzin’ and Chaos with Jamie Spears.”

CNN has reached out to Weingarten to clarify whether he ever did formally pitch the show.

During the hearing, Weingarten requested that the judge unseal the singer’s medical records, arguing that “the public has the right to know” the full picture.

In an interview with Variety following the hearing, Rosengart called that request “outrageous.”

The lawyers also argued over whether Jamie Spears illegally placed recording devices throughout his daughter’s home during her conservatorship. Weingarten disputed that claim, stating the allegation was “fake or taken out of context.” Rosengart hit back and called Weingarten’s statements “lies.”

CNN has reached out to both legal teams for further comment.

There are two upcoming court hearings in the dispute set for March 16 and July 27.

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Firefighters respond to warehouse fire in Pembroke Park




PEMBROKE PARK, FLA. (WSVN) – Firefighters are currently battling flames inside a warehouse in Pembroke Park.

7SkyForce hovered over the scene where firefighters could be seen cutting the garage door of the warehouse in order to get inside.

The flames broke out at a warehouse along Southwest 31st Avenue, Friday.

Please check back on and 7News for more details on this developing story.

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