On August 24, 1992 a Category 5 monster Hurricane Andrew devastated South Florida turning its full force on South Miami-Dade County. Bill and Sandy Zinn’s home in Homestead was completely destroyed, but the memories of Andrew live on.
Tropical Depression Helene is quickly falling apart over coastal Mexico.
In addition to Tropical Storm Ernesto, forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are watching Tropical Depression #6 which formed late Friday night in the Atlantic.
Power crews from across the state of Florida have begun to arrive in Ohio and Maryland to help get the lights back on and the air conditioners humming after the killer storm which struck the Northeast last week.
CBS4′s weather forecasts are already available on your smartphone. Now with hurricane season about to kick into high gear, the National Weather Service will provide South Floridians with another way to stay safe.
Tuesday got off to a stormy start across portions of South Florida with downed trees, hail and severe winds gusting to 60 miles per hour in southern Miami-Dade.
Tropical Depression Beryl spent most of Memorial Day weakening, but that is not stopping the storm from dumping much needed rain across the drought-stricken areas of North Florida and Southern Georgia.
It started with the best of intentions, take tires filling up landfills and use them to create an artificial reef. After pouring more than a million tires off our coastline the organizers quickly realized they had made a huge environmental mistake.
Insurance rates in Florida are already among the highest in the nation, but as insurers look to make what they claim are “market adjustments” to rates, some Floridians are finding they have to make a choice between paying for their insurance, or their home.
A plan to raise rates for new policies issued by Citizens Insurance died Thursday for the short term, but the Citizens board asked its staff to create plan for doing that in 2013.