Florida Forestry Service workers are finally getting a handle on brush fire in Homestead.
A roaring brush fire which has charred hundreds of acres in Homestead has forced the National Park Service to close land access to Biscayne National Park.
Florida Forestry Service workers are keeping an eye on an lightning sparked brush fire which as burned at least 150 acres in Homestead.
A 50-acre brush fire was sending heavy smoke and flames into the air in south Miami-Dade County Tuesday evening.
A section of Alligator Alley/I-75 which was closed for hours Monday morning due to fog and smoke from a brush fire has reopened.
A lightning sparked wildfire scorched 200-acres of brush and damaged four homes in Port St. Lucie.
A wind fueled brush fire in Southern Miami-Dade has burned approximately 45 acres. The fire broke out Sunday afternoon in the area of SW 147th Avenue and SW 200th Street.
A brush fire in Southwest Miami-Dade got a little too close for comfort for some homeowners near Goulds on Sunday.
High winds are fueling a brush fire in Southwest Miami-Dade as firefighters work to keep the flames from spreading to nearby homes.
A brush fire burning in South Miami-Dade County isn’t impacting any residents in the county, but is sending smoke into the air and has torched several acres of land.