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The Heat's third-year forward hosted the Justise Winslow Invitational Clinic for local South Florida youth Saturday Oct. 14, 2017 on the Heat's practice court at AmericanAirlines Arena. More than 50 local fifth and sixth graders participated. The clinic was part of the mission of the Robin’s House Family Foundation, founded by Winslow's mother Robin Davis, to encourage and guide children and young adults to discover their highest potential through education, recreation, and community outreach.
Heat forward Justise Winslow, who is coming back from season-ending shoulder surgery, expects to have a more prominent role with starter Rodney McGruder sidelined by a stress fracture in his leg. His sister and mother helped Winslow during his own recovery in the past year. Oct. 14, 2017.
An aerial view of the Tubbs Fire destruction of the Coffey Park neighborhood in Santa Rosa on Thursday, October 12, 2017 shows the extent of damage the area suffered. "You hear about fires but you don't hear about a fire that's armageddon," said Phil Scheider, who lives in the neighborhood.
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly made his first public appearance in front of the press during Thursday’s briefing. Kelly emphasized that he’s not frustrated with this job and that he not planning on quitting. “I was brought to this job to control anything but the flow of information to our president,” he said.
More women have stepped forward to make claims against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, who was fired from his company after a New York Times report detailing extensive sexual harassment accusations spanning three decades. Actresses Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie as well as a former screenwriter are among the latest to say Weinstein made unwanted sexual advances.