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The Daily Mix: A Closer Look at the Top Stories for Monday, January 14

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    • It’s Tuesday, January 15th – and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know.

    It’s Tuesday, January 15th – and NBC 6 has the top stories you need to know.

    No. 1 – Jimmy Fallon takes ‘Tonight Show’ to Puerto Rico

    He took the show on the road during the special performance of Hamilton on the island. Fallon is calling tonight's episode a "Love Letter" to the island still in recovery mode from Hurricane Maria. His guests are Lin-Manuel Miranda, Chef Jose Andres, singers Bad Bunny, Jose Feliciano and Ozuna.

    No. 2 – South Florida man says Jesus told him to drive Ferrari into inlet

    NBC affiliate WPTV reports that Palm Beach Police released their findings from the December 26th incident in which James Mucciaccio intentionally drove the luxury vehicle off a dock.

    According to the report, Mucciaccio was approached by officers and told that he could not park on the dock with his car. After going back to the car to get his license, police say he reversed the car off the dock before putting it into drive and accelerating into the water at a high rate of speed.

    No. 3 – Miami, FIU to play 2019 game at Marlins Park

    The Panthers announced the game will take place inside Marlins Park – with officials expecting 40,000 fans to show up for the game between the programs and the Little Havana site where the famed Orange Bowl stadium stood for over 70 years.

    The teams have met three times before, with Miami winning all three that included victories in 2006 and 2007 at the Orange Bowl and a 31-17 win last September at Hard Rock Stadium.

    FIU will be the home team for the 2019 game, but a contract stipulation said the game could not be played at the school’s home stadium due to limited seating capacity.

    No. 4 – Halftime lineup set for Super Bowl LIII next month

    Maroon 5 along with 26-year-old rapper Travis Scott, who would only performed if the NFL donated $500,000 to the Dream Corps and Big Boi of Outkast is also set to perform – so will you watch or pass the guac?

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