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ICYMI: Selling Homes Online; Evidence Casts Doubt

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

Evidence Casts Doubt on Legality of Florida Keys Traffic Stop That Prompted Immigration Arrest

NBC 6 Investigator Tony Pipitone reports on how a traffic stop turned into an immigration investigation and upended the future of a promising champion boxer from Atlanta who was vacationing in the Florida Keys.

See for yourself what the Monroe County deputy saw before deciding to pull over a 2002 Acura on Overseas Highway last month.

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NBC 6 Investigator Tony Pipitone reports on how a traffic stop turned into an immigration investigation and upended the future of a promising champion boxer from Atlanta who was vacationing in the Florida Keys.

Website Launches Service to Sell Homes in South Florida

A major company is now offering sellers in South Florida a new way to sell homes.

NBC 6 Responds’ Alina Machado explains how the program works and what experts say you should consider before signing up.

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A major company is now offering sellers in South Florida a new way to sell homes. NBC 6 Responds’ Alina Machado explains how the program works and what experts say you should consider before signing up.

Hackers Controlling Your Ride? New Report Warns Dangers of Internet-Connected Cars

The LA-based Consumer Watchdog group, with the help of software technologists, have released an alarming report about cybersecurity risks to new cars.

According to the report, cars with internet connections are vulnerable to a hack while you're behind the wheel, which means you could lose control of the car while driving.

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The LA-based Consumer Watchdog group, with the help of software technologists, have released an alarming report about cybersecurity risks to new cars Wednesday.

Credit Repair Program Doesn’t Help Family Land New Home

A South Florida family says they gave thousands of dollars as a deposit for a new home to be built. Months later, they were told they didn’t qualify to finish the purchase.They requested a refund for the money they put down. But after waiting for months for a refund, they turned to NBC 6 Responds.

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A South Florida family says they gave thousands of dollars as a deposit for a new home to be built. Months later, they were told they didn’t qualify to finish the purchase.They requested a refund for the money they put down. But after waiting for months for a refund, they turned to NBC 6 Responds.
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