Standout University of Miami tight end Greg Olsen, center, celebrates with his youngest brother, Kevin Olsen, 12, third from right, his mother, Susan Olsen, second from right, his father, Chris Olsen, right, his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, front, Robert Bailey, fourth from left, family friend, and John Dooley, second from left, after hearing his name called on television during the first round of the National Football League Draft in Miami Beach, Florida, Saturday, April 28, 2007. Olsen was selected in the first round by the Chicago Bears.
Photo by Jerome T. Nakagawa/Miami Herald Staff
Louis Aguirre (right) rides an indoors bike for 3 hours to help raise funds for Best Buddies Team Miami that provides support and services for people with intellectual disabilities on Saturday afternoon at Olympia Gym located on 20335 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura.
Best Buddies is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment.
Photo by Alexia Fodere / for The Miami Herald.
Miami Dade College's Student Goverment Association's president Christopher M. Miles, points his family out to US President George W. Bush, after introducing Mr Bush, who gave the commencement address, during the Miami Dade College 2007 Commencement ceremony celebrated at the Kendall Campus on Saturday, April 28, 2007.
Photo by Pedro Portal / El Nuevo Herald staff
The homeless squatters who built Umoja Village, a collection of wood and cardboard shacks on NW 62nd Street in Liberty City, are without shelter after the encampment burned to the ground when a candle set a hut on fire. City of Miami police arrested a dozen people who refused to leave the property Thursday.
Video by Chuck Fadely and Candace Barbot / Miami Herald Staff
Capt. Justin, an abandoned salvage boat, sits partially on the shore of Lake Okeechobee's Rim Canal in Clewiston due to low water level conditions on the lake. The boat was being towed two years ago, just before Hurricane Wilma when it was abandoned and ended up in the Rim Canal.
Photo by John Van Beekum / Miami Herald Staff
Pedro Cruz, 10, of Davie, plays softball for the very first time with help from his mother Anna Cruz at Miracle Field in Pembroke Pines, a new custom built facility for children with disabilities. Pedro is among the first members of the newly established Miracle League operated by the West Pines Optimist youth sports club with help from Pembroke Pines special population division.
Photo by Eileen Soler / for The Miami Herald