6 Things to Know in Florida for May 6

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    MAN KILLED IN SHOOTING ON I-95
     
    A fatal shooting closed traffic on a stretch of Interstate 95 in South Florida for several hours on Sunday, authorities said. A man was shot and killed as he drove onto I-95 from Commercial Boulevard, about five miles north of Fort Lauderdale, according to the Broward Sheriff's Office.

      3 PEOPLE SHOT AT UPSCALE MIAMI CONDO
     
    Three people were shot at an upscale Miami condominium on Sunday, police said. The shooting happened shortly after 10:30 a.m. at the Opera Tower condominium, a high rise building alongside Biscayne Bay in the city's downtown. One of the men lived in the building. The motive was under investigation.
     
    DIALOGUE ABOUT CUBA THROUGH ART
     
    A Cuban activist group visiting Miami held an exhibit featuring artists from the island and abroad. State of SATS called for artists to submit posters with the theme "For Another Cuba." The works were displayed in Miami's Little Havana and will later be shown on the island.
     
    LEBRON JAMES NAMED MVP
     
    LeBron James was at his best this season, and the voters tasked with selecting the NBA's Most Valuable Player took notice. Every voter except one, that is. The NBA still does not have a unanimous MVP, though no one has come closer than James did this season. The Miami Heat star was presented with the Maurice Podoloff Trophy for the fourth time in his career on Sunday.
     
    BABY SHOWER SHOOTING
     
    A man in his 20s was fatally shot during a baby shower in North Miami on Sunday evening. Police were still investigating late Sunday and had detained several members of the party for questioning. 

    JUVENILE CRIME PUBLIC FORUM

    Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Secretary Wansley Walters and the newly appointed Miami-Dade Police Department Director J.D. Patterson, Jr. will speak on the state of juvenile violence at the Juvenile Justice Forum at Miami-Dade Main Library Monday afternoon.

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