1. U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius heads to Miami Friday — her third visit since September — to promote the improved federal online insurance exchange and a series of consumer-protection initiatives announced late Thursday. Sebelius is scheduled to visit the main branch of the Miami-Dade Public Library at 101 W. Flagler St. at 11 a.m. to talk with Miami-area residents about their experiences signing up for coverage.
2. Citizens insurance will decide Friday whether to have West Palm Beach attorney Scott Link oversee all claims litigation and manage the law firms that contract with with the insurance company. Link's hourly fee is $525 -- and is expected to add up to $1.05 million annually.
3. A viewing will be Friday and funeral services Saturday for a young man who went from the tough life in public housing to a completely different world as a scholarship student at a private Coconut Grove school. Archie McNeily, whose story has been chronicled through the years in the Herald, died of cancer a day shy of his 33rd birthday.
4. On this Flashback Friday, the Herald unveils Flashback Miami, a new photo website with pictures grouped around South Florida’s rich history.
5. Forecasters expect a party cloudy Friday in South Florida with highs that won’t reach 80. Rain chance is 20 percent.