Florida Power & Light
Having learned lessons from Superstorm Sandy and flooding across Florida from a number of tropical storms last year, Florida Power & Light wants to speed up plans to strengthen their electric grid against hurricanes and other extreme weather.
Creepy, Crawly, slithering things that don’t belong in South Florida are all around us. As CBS4 Special Contributor Ron Magill of Zoo Miami discovered… there are toads, rats, birds, Crocodiles and Iguanas that are “Invaders Among Us.”
Come the first of the new year, most Florida Power & Light residential customers will see their bills go up by at least $2.59.
Despite objections from a number of consumer advocates, the state approved Florida Power & Light and Progress Energy Florida’s requests for the amount they charge customers for future nuclear facilities in 2013.
A trio of robbers used a ruse of being Florida Power & Light workers to talk their way into a Miami-Dade woman’s house Monday afternoon.
A tree trimmer died Monday after being electrocuted while trimming trees in the 1500 block of NW 30 Avenue.
On Thursday, Florida utility regulators made their position clear: they want all the facts before deciding whether they will approve FPL’s proposed rate hike.
A day after Tropical Storm Isaac passed through the area, the rains from feeder bands kept coming over Miami-Dade County leaving some areas under water.
The news is good, sort of, for customers of Florida Power and Light. Rates are still expected to increase in 2013, according to filings by the utility with the Public Service Commission, but according to FPL’s calculations, not by as much as first expected.
Florida Power and Light has received a slap on the wrist from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission over safety violations at its Turkey Point nuclear plant south of Miami.