Firefighters are getting a handle on a stubborn brush fire in western Miami-Dade which has been burning for a week.
A raging brush fire continues to burn in West Miami-Dade. As of Saturday, it has charred more than 58,500 acres and a stretch of Krome Avenue from the Tamiami Trail to Okeechobee Road remains closed.
South Floridians are breathing a lot easier Friday now that the smoke and haze from a huge Everglades brush fire is nearly contained.
A commercial aircraft which departed Miami to San Francisco made an emergency landing in Las Vegas after the pilot reported a smell of smoke in the cockpit, authorities said.
An American Airlines flight to Washington, D.C., from Miami was diverted to South Carolina after passengers reported smelling smoke in the cabin.
The Florida Highway Patrol reopened a 30-mile stretch of Interstate 95 on the state’s central Atlantic coast Tuesday after the fast-moving wildfire caused the highway’s shutdown.
For the fifth time in a week, fire crews rushed to extinguish an abandoned building fire on Miami Beach.
FIU began enforcing a campus-wide ban on smoking and the use of tobacco products January 1st. The ban includes the entire campus, indoors and outdoors, and even in cars.