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6 Things to Know: Top Stories for Friday, May 17

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Here are the top headlines:

No. 1 - Man Injured in NW Miami-Dade Police-Involved Shooting

An investigation is underway into a police-involved shooting in northwest Miami-Dade. At least one person was hospitalized and a family member says that person is in stable condition.

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No. 2 - Broward County Officials Expect Influx of Relocated Migrants

Officials say they have been informed the Trump administration is planning weekly flights relocating hundreds of migrants from the southern border region to the counties of Broward and Palm Beach, where they expect they will be processed by Border Patrol and released into the community.

Broward Mayor Mark Bogen said the administration will send two planes a week to South Florida carrying a total of 270 migrants as part of its effort to relieve the migrant population along the Texas border. They will be equally divided between Broward and Palm Beach counties, Bogen said.

"This is a humanitarian crisis. We will do everything possible to help these people," Bogen said. "If the President will not provide us with financial assistance to house and feed these people, he will be creating a homeless encampment."

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No. 3 - Video: Group Trashes Davie 7-Eleven, Throws Bananas at Clerk

Surveillance cameras captured a group of people going on a rage-filled vandalism spree at a 7-Eleven in Davie, tipping over display racks, smashing computers and throwing bananas at the store clerk.

This happened at around 1 a.m. May 5 at the convenience store on State Road 84. According to the Davie Police Department, a group of four males and one female started the chaos after they thought the clerk said something to one of their girlfriends.

They began by throwing the fruit, police said, and the clerk locked himself inside an office and called 911.

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No. 4 - Where Will Ultra Be Located Next Year?

Miami Beach City Commissioner Ricky Arriola wants his city to host Ultra Music Festival in 2020.

City leaders are debating a proposal next week before the city manager begins discussions with Ultra organizers.

Homestead and Hialeah have also expressed interest in hosting the festival.

No. 5 - Future of the Coconut Grove Playhouse

Miami Mayor Francis Suarez is expected to deliver a final decision on the future of the Coconut Grove Playhouse on Friday.

City commissioners approved a plan to revive the historic building but Suarez could veto that plan.

No. 6 - Brightline Celebrating First Year of Service

The Brightline high-speed train company, which will soon become Virgin Trains USA, is celebrating its first year of service in Miami.

Brightline will host "305 Weekend" from Friday through Sunday – featuring $5 train fares, live music and more.

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