Bahamas Tackles Massive Clean-Up After Hurricane DorianA preliminary report estimates Hurricane Dorian caused a total of some $7 billion in damage, but the government of the Bahamas has not yet offered any figures.
Northern Florida Hit Hard By Powerful Hurricane MichaelSome the initial images emerging of powerful Hurricane Michael’s impact on parts of the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday show the destructive force of the storm.
San Juan Mayor Goes Door-To-Door To Check On Hurricane Maria Victims Hurricane Maria left its mark on Puerto Rico two days ago, killing at least 13 people.
South Florida's Major Airports Back In Business Starting TuesdaySome encouraging news Monday night about South Florida's major airports.
Miami, Ft. Lauderdale Airports Seriously Damaged From Irma; Crews Working Diligently To Restore OrderOfficials at Miami International Airport are assessing the damage from Hurricane Irma.
How To Report Damage After A Hurricane In Miami-Dade CountyAs the outer bands of Hurricane Irma arrive Friday, thoughts are also on recovery.
Nine Days Later, N. Miami Building Residents Remain Displaced The 70-unit apartment building deemed unsafe the day after Christmas remains uninhabitable, according to officials.
Fort Lauderdale Home Burns, Cat RescuedA family’s home burned Friday night in Fort Lauderdale, but a cat inside was able to be rescued.
Tractor Trailer Crashes Into Northwest Miami-Dade HomeCoke bottles were splashed across the street Friday night after a tractor trailer hauling the beverages rolled over, right into a house.
Spring Storm Spawns Tornado In Boca RatonThursday's powerful spring storm packed such a punch, the National Weather Service confirms a tornado touched down in Boca Raton.
4 Dead In Haiti Due To T.S. IsaacWhile Tropical Storm Isaac speeds its way towards South Florida, it has already left a path of destruction in Haiti.
Insurance Rate Hikes Leaving Homeowners BreathlessInsurance 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.
Citizens Stalls Plans For New-Policy Rate HikeA 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.
High-Rise Fire Damages Condos At The GrandMiami firefighters have a soggy job at a downtown condo after a fire, possibly caused by a cigarette butt, began on a balcony and set off sprinklers inside.
Oops! Bucket Truck Causes Freak Cooper City AccidentWhen you move a bucket truck, you're supposed to take the bucket down first. Somehow someone missed that step in Cooper City Friday, leaving city officials with a traffic mess and a bunch of wreckage.