Members of the Miami News staff gather around the makeup table to look at the layout of their last front page. They bid "Farewell, Miami" with their final banner headline and a newsroom champagne toast Saturday morning as Miami's oldest daily _ older than the city itself _ shut down. The 92-year-old newspaper failed to find a buyer by the Dec. 31 deadline. The circulation of the crusading newspaper, winner of five Pulitzer Prizes, had declined 57 percent in a little more than two decades to about 48,000. The owner, Cox Enterprises Inc. of Atlanta, said it was unable to sell the News and was losing about $28,500 a day.