A large section of a five-story parking garage under construction by the Ajax Building Corporation collapsed on Oct. 10 killing four construction workers.
- Search And Rescue:It was still a hectic scene around 10:00pm on October 10th as rescuers were still trying to get the trapped worker, Samuel Perez, out of the rubble after nearly 12 hours of being stuck. — ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER
- Calamity: Rescue workers and firefighters look for construction workers trapped under rubble at the site of the MDC West Campus garage collapse on October 10. Three men died, and a fourth body was located believed to be that of Robert Budhoo. —GREGORY CASTILLO / THE REPORTER
- Up-hill Struggle: Miami-Dade Fire Department's Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) team getting ready to begin another wave of their search operation among the rubble of the West Campus parking garage collapse on Wednesday, Oct. 10. — ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER
- Resting: Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Lieutenant Scott Mullin with his Search and rescue dog Striker taking a breather after several hours of searching for victims in the rubble of the West Campus parking garage after its tragic collapse on Oct. 10. ALYSSA ALVAREZ / THE REPORTER
When it comes down to whom we trust to run this country, Obama is the better candidate.
Mitt Romney will be sure to gain the favorability of the people in this election especially when shown the detrimental track record of the incumbent.
United States District Judge K. Michael Moore gave a final order on Oct. 25 that Florida residents shouldn’t be forced to pay out-of-state tuition because of their parent’s undocumented status.
Andrea Castillo, a 21-year-old Miami Dade College student, died from injuries she sustained in a car accident in Hialeah. Friends and family say they will remember her for her positive disposition on life.
Samuel Perez, father, husband and writer, died at age 53 after part of a five-story parking garage collapsed at West Campus on Oct. 10.
The Lady Sharks will play Florida State College at Jacksonville in the first round of the Florida College System Activities State Tournament.
The Miami Dade College women’s basketball team is hoping improved chemistry and a new crop of freshmen and transfers will help them win a Southern Conference title.
The men’s basketball season begins on Nov. 3 and with a new roster, the Sharks hope to improve from last season’s 7-21 performance.
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