Flower Inspections At Airport Increase Ahead Of Valentine's DayWith love in the air and Valentine's Day right around the corner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents at Miami International Airport are processing millions of flowers each day arriving into the country for the holiday.
Customs Agents Discover Pests At Port EvergladesU.S. Customs agents discovered a pest considered a threat to crops, inside a shipment at Port Everglades.
Miami Makes Orkin's Top 10 List For Rats South Florida is known for its sun, surf and fun. Now you can add one more item to that list. Rats.
Something Extra: Love Is NOT In The AirLovebugs. The name sounds cute, but the bizarre insects are anything but when they bombard your car on the highway or when they get in your hair or crawl all over your body.
Low Flying Plane Is On A Mosquito MissionSkeeters a problem? Lots of people think so, so Miami-Dade officials are calling in the cavalry;well, actually, the Air Force to kill the biting pests and their breeding grounds. However, the attack may come as a surprise because of how low the spraying planes fly.
Low Flying Plane? It's Killing Mosquitos!That buzzing you hear tonight as you try to doze of may not be the hum of a pesky mosquito flitting around your face; it could be the hum of an airplane doing battle with millions of the pesky critters, as Miami-Dade breaks with practice and holds an unusual night-time mosquito spraying.