As Erika dissipated Saturday morning, concerns over its remnants are fizzling.
Water is the hot item at Miami-Dade grocery stores – flying off the shelves as quickly as workers can stock it – as residents prepare for a possible tango with Tropical Storm Erika.
Some Hialeah residents are asked to boil their water as a precaution Monday.
Water conservation remains critical as parts of South Florida remain in extreme drought conditions.
Most people, when they see a shark in the water, they get out. CBS4, however, met a man who does the opposite—and he is trying to get closer than ever by hand-feeding them.
A water main break in Miami Beach caused traffic Wednesday morning, and prompted a precautionary boil water order for some residents.
With above-average rain predicted for winter, the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) is continuing to move water south to help achieve a desirable water level in Lake Okeechobee.
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New storm water pumps in Miami Beach are expected to be operational just in time for extreme high tides this fall.
The city of Pembroke Pines has rescinded a precautionary boil water notice that has been in effect since Thursday of last week.