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ICYMI: BOGO Deal Issues; Forever Homes

Here are some of last week's top stories from the NBC 6 Weekend Digest:

Couple Waited Months for Company to Honor BOGO Deal

Buy One, Get One deals are hard to pass up.

A BOGO deal is the reason Janine Worley and her husband say they decided to buy new cell phones.

“I thought well, if we’re ever gonna switch to Apple, we might as well do it together at the same time. So, buy one get one, let’s do it,” Janine Worley said.

The couple from Pompano Beach decided to buy two new 10S MAX iPhones and add a new line.

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Hundreds of Pets Find Homes During 2019 Clear the Shelters

Hundreds of pets found forever homes during Saturday's 2019 Clear the Shelters event in South Florida.

More than a dozen shelters in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe participated in NBC 6 and Telemundo 51's event, which is part of an annual national campaign to find forever homes for animals in need.

Shelters waived or reduced adoption fees to help families find and adopt a new pet. Other services were also free, depending on the location.

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NBC 6’s Nathalia Ortiz shows us how smiles and tears took over South Florida during the annual event.

Miami Dolphins Receiver Says He, Owner Agree to Disagree

Miami Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills says he and team owner Stephen Ross have agreed to disagree.

Last week Stills objected to Ross hosting a fundraiser for President Donald Trump, and said there was a contradiction in the Dolphins owner supporting both the president and racial equality. Following a team practice Wednesday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Stills said he recently spoke with Ross about the matter.

"I have my opinion, and he has his," Stills said. "Our conversation was short. We agreed to disagree, and we both said that there weren't any hard feelings, and our focus was on trying to win games this year."

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Man Arrested in 36-Year-Old Coral Springs Sex Battery Cold Case

Detectives in Coral Springs have arrested a man in connection with a 36-year-old sexual battery case.

Timothy Norris, 60, is facing a charge of sexual battery with a weapon in the August 22, 1983 case, Coral Springs Police officials said Friday.

According to police, the victim awoke to an armed stranger in the bedroom of her Coral Springs home. The man, who had gotten in through a rear door, raped the woman, police said.

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