Residents of western Broward County may have noticed the smell of smoke in the air. It’s from a 250 acre brush fire burning west of U.S. 27.
South Florida can breathe a sigh of relief Saturday as the rather slow 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season has come to an end—but emergency officials say that resident’s should still remain prepared.
As people in Arizona mourn the deaths of 19 firefighters killed during a raging wildfire, Florida’s State Forester will lead the investigation into the tragedy
A roaring brush fire which has charred hundreds of acres in Homestead has forced the National Park Service to close land access to Biscayne National Park.
Florida Forestry Service workers are keeping an eye on an lightning sparked brush fire which as burned at least 150 acres in Homestead.
A lightning sparked wildfire scorched 200-acres of brush and damaged four homes in Port St. Lucie.
Thick smoke continues to linger over the skies of Miami-Dade county after a stubborn brush fire charred 240 acres in Southwest Miami-Dade.
Drivers in Miami-Dade County saw dark smoke billowing from the southwest part of the county Monday evening. The smoke was billowing from a fire near SW 8th Street and 137th Avenue.
It’s day two of a prescribed burn in the Everglades. Thirty-one thousand acres of land are being burned in order to decrease the chance of wildfires.
Don’t panic if you see smoke billowing out west over the Everglades. There’s a prescribed burn taking place where 31,000 acres of land will be burned Tuesday and Wednesday.