Florida Power and Light is getting ready to eliminate one thousand positions, CBS4 News partner The Miami Herald reported Wednesday.
Florida Power and Light Company demolished two 150-foot-tall smokestacks Saturday morning in Palmetto Bay.
A line of storms which moved through central Broward early Tuesday afternoon sent one man to the hospital and tossed some boats around in a Dania Beach marina.
Standing tall at Port Everglades for 50 years, it took just 40 seconds for Florida Power and Light’s four iconic red and white striped smoke stacks to fall.
Officials with Florida Power and Light are doing final preparations to say sayonara to the iconic red and white striped smoke stacks at Port Everglades.
The days are numbered for the smoke stacks that dot the skyline at Port Everglades.
The iconic red and white striped smoke stacks that greet travelers at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and Port Everglades will soon be no more.
The first rescue units were arriving on the scene of the Shuckers Bar & Grill deck collapse just before 10 p.m. Thursday night.
If you’re planning to visit Zoo Miami Monday, you better make other plans.
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.