Miami-Dade Renames Fire HQ For Former Chief PaulisonA former Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Chief who led the department through some very challenging times has been honored for his dedication and service.
Louisiana Lawmakers: FEMA Too Slow To Set Up Homes After FloodingLouisiana lawmakers say FEMA's pace to set up mobile homes after catastrophic flooding has been too slow - saying it has moved only one manufactured housing unit into a yard nearly three weeks later.
Obama Urges Americans To Get Ready For Hurricane SeasonPresident Barack Obama is urging Americans to prepare ahead of the looming hurricane season set to start Wednesday.
El Nino Could Deliver Wet, Wild Florida WinterWhat's shaping up to be one of the strongest El Ninos on record could deliver a wet and wild winter to Florida.
10-Year Anniversary Of Hurricane CharleyThe category four storm made landfall over North Captiva Island in Lee County and moved into Charlotte County on August 13, 2004.
New Broward Flood Zones Give Some Homeowners Break On InsuranceWith costs of flood insurance hitting the roof, Pembroke Pines homeowner Susan Henderson will now be getting a break under her roof.
New Flood Zone Maps Equal Savings For Broward Property OwnersProperty owners in Broward County will now be able to more easily access whether their property is located in a flood zone.
FEMA Chief To Address US Hurricane Conference Weather officials from around the country are meeting for the National Hurricane Conference in Orlando this week.
M-D Comm. Battles Massive Rise In Flood Insurance PremiumsMiami-Dade County Commissioners are fighting back against large impending rate hikes for flood insurance.
Furloughs Impacting Nat'l. Guard Preps For Tropical WeatherWhile Washington remains in a standstill thanks to the GOP-forced government shutdown, the panhandle of Florida is preparing for a tropical storm and those preps could be hampered by the freeze in government.
Broward County Offers "Twitter Alert"Residents in Broward County are encouraged to sign up for “Twitter Alert” to receive emergency information.
Fla. Gets Grant To Study SinkholesSinkholes are an all to common occurrence in Florida and that's why the state has received a $1.08 million federal grant to study the state's vulnerability to the natural phenomenon.