Today is Friday, July 31 and these are the main news of the day:
1.- Florida is under tropical storm surveillance from Sebastian Inlet, north of Vero Beach, to Key West. Governor Ron DeSantis asked residents to get ready with food, water, and medicine for seven days because there could be an impact on the state even if Hurricane Isaias remains at sea.
2.- As a precaution against the possible impact of Isaías, the Miami Dade College suspended classes from today and during the weekend, including online classes. The academic entity asks students and teachers to be aware of any announcement through the MDC website and social networks.
3.- And the tax-free sale returns for the return to classes. Governor Ron DeSantis signed a law that declares the weekend from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 August, tax free. You can benefit by buying clothes, shoes, school supplies and computers.
4.- They released surveillance images of the shooting in the parking lot of a supermarket in Hialeah that ended with two injured girls. The video shows the security guard chasing the robbery suspect until she gets into a car and then shoots. Police search for the suspect in the robbery, identified as Steadman Ayala. The girls’ mother and the caretaker are detained.
5.- The legendary Lollapalooza 2020 music festival announced that it will be broadcast in a free digital version, with the participation of Paul McCartney, Metallica, Ellie Goulding and more than 150 performances by bands that went through past editions. The festival will air until August 2 on their YouTube channel.
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