The parking garage at 6000 Collins Ave. was flooded most of the day Tuesday. Resident Monica Karl said the water was up to her calf, and that those parked on the bottom of the garage weren't able to drive their cars out.
Monica KarlCourtesy to the Miami Herald
Flooding Tuesday afternoon in Miami-Dade County
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Florida International University president Mark Rosenberg expressed condolences on March 16, after a newly built pedestrian bridge collapsed at the university the previous day. Six people were confirmed dead and nine people were injured.
A pedestrian bridge under construction collapsed Thursday, just days after crews had dropped an elevated 950-ton span in place on a signature project that was intended to give Florida International University students a safe route across the busy roadway.
Renato Viola gained entry into the United States under a O-1 visa for temporary workers, as an "individual who possesses extraordinary ability." His skill? He was an award-winning pizza chef in Italy. He opened Mister O1 Extraordinary Pizza on Miami Beach, which became a huge hit despite being buried inside an office building with no sign out front. That has led to two other Mister O1 pizzerias, in Brickell and Wynwood, proving he was indeed an extraordinary pizza chef and entrepreneur.
Three teenagers — one of whom attends Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland— are using their non-profit bracelet-making company to raise money for the victims of the Florida mass school shooting.