Between the normal rush of Labor Day travel and the addition of the escalation of the crisis in Syria, gas prices continue to skyrocket.
Two people were injured late Thursday night when a washing dryer exploded in a laundry room. The explosion was so big that it blew an exterior door off its hinges.
Miami-Dade police have made one arrest and are still searching for another suspect in a large fuel theft at a South Florida gas station.
Drivers are already feeling the pinch at the pump as gas prices have gone up for 33 consecutive days. But one S. Florida gas station is causing consternation as it pushes prices to levels not seen outside of after a hurricane.
Gas prices have been one of the biggest hindrances to a more broad economic recovery. But AAA is predicting that prices will likely drop in 2013.
A foul odor coming from a Northeast apartment led police to the discovery of a body of an elderly woman and her unconscious husband.
Motorists increasingly desperate for a fill-up fumed in long lines at gas stations and screamed at each other Friday as fuel shortages in Superstorm Sandy’s wake spread across the metropolitan area.
The death toll from Sandy continues to climb. At least 90 people have been killed from the Superstorm and the road to recovery is going to be a long and hard journey.
Some South Florida drivers double checked their gas bills as they pulled away from the pumps ahead of Tropical Storm Isaac and wondered why it cost so much to fill up.
She urges Floridians to report any suspected price gouging during this declared State of Emergency.