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6 Things to Know – Your Top Stories For Friday, December 7

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  • It’s Friday, December 7th – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know to start the day.

It’s Friday, December 7th – and NBC 6 has the top six stories you need to know to start the day.

Weather wise, temperatures are on the rise after several cooler days with highs Friday in the upper 70s before a hot weekend arrives across South Florida.

No. 1 – Police are searching for three suspects who attacked a man and forced their way into his Kendall home where they sexually assaulted a woman. The incident happened Wednesday night at a home in the 11500 block of Southwest 84th Avenue

No. 2 - Before you brush your teeth this morning, if you live in Fort Lauderdale you need to boil your water.

There's an alert in the areas between Bayview Drive to the east and Northeast 26th Avenue to the west along with between Northeast 32nd and 29th Streets to the north and south. Neighbors are advised to use bottled water until the notice is lifted.

No. 3 - Right now, a family is desperately looking for blood donors for their daughter, who has a rare blood type. She's two years old and has cancer. Doctors say in order to survive the cancer treatments, she needs people with Type A or B but also they must be missing the ‘Indian B Antigen.’

No. 4 - Art Basel is taking over Miami Beach this weekend but with all the fun comes big crowds and heavy traffic. You can check out our 'Smart Basel' guide on the NBC 6 app to get around with no problems.

No. 5 - Happening today, the Miami-Dade Schools Police Department is hiring. They're holding a job fair for certified and non-certified school resource officers. If you're interested in applying, it's happening at Miami Central Senior High from 9 am to 3:30 pm.

No. 6 - Miami Gardens is getting ready for Jazz in The Gardens. The event is not until March, but you can get your tickets today. Big names like Bobby Brown, Blackstreet, and even Lionel Richie will be taking the stage. General admission tickets go on sale at 10 am this morning and cost about $99.

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