NBC Evening News for Friday, Dec 31, 1982
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(Studio) Miami, Florida, officials said concerned that recent riots will recur, affecting upcoming Orange Bowl game; black leaders' focus of concern said investigation into shooting that began riot.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Miami, Florida) Preparations for Orange Bowl parade near Overtown section of city, site of recent race riots, noted; films shown. [FAN - will attend game.] [Father Richard BERRY - fears congregation would be victim of police if services were held Sunday] Current status of investigation into police shooting of Overtown resident discussed. Ray FAUNTROY - wants truth.]
REPORTER: Robin Lloyd
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