6 Things To Know: Sunday, December 9th

Here are the 6 things to know on Sunday, December 9th:

Weather wise, a cold front is arriving in South Florida this evening, which means hot and humid weather during the day. There could be a quick passing shower this morning, but the afternoon looks dry until dinner-time as showers and thunderstorms approach ahead of the cold front.

No. 1 – Shooting in Opa-Locka

Police are searching for three shooters, including one carrying an AK-47 assault rifle, after three people were shot near an apartment complex in Opa-Locka. Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.

No. 2 – Christmas Decoration Thief in Northwest Miami-Dade

Police are also searching for a person who was caught on camera stealing someone’s Christmas decorations from a home in Northwest Miami-Dade. Anyone who recognizes the person in the surveillance video should call police.

No. 3 – Boil Water Notice Lifted in Ft. Lauderdale

A precautionary boil water notice has been lifted for residents living in Ft. Lauderdale. City officials say the water is now safe to drink in the area of Oakland Park Blvd. and Northeast 27th Ave.

No. 4 -- Blood Pressure Medicine Recall

Before you take any medications this morning, pharmaceutical company Mylan is expanding its recall of their blood pressure medications. The company says they found high amounts of NDEA, which is a cancer causing chemical. Anyone who takes Valsartan or Amlodipine tablets is urged to contact their doctor immediately.

No. 5 – Dog Food Recall

Another recall is in effect this morning, but this time for your furry loved one. Elm Pet Foods is recalling their chicken and chickpea dog food after finding high levels of Vitamin D, which can cause kidney failure.

No. 6 – Sensory Sensitive Santa at Dolphin Mall

Dolphin Mall is hosting a sensory sensitive Santa event for children with special needs. It’s happening at Dolphin Mall’s Santa’s Flight Academy in Sweetwater, on the second floor of Ramblas Plaza from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.

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