'Possible Bomb Threat' Forces Evacuation Of West Coast University In DoralWest Coast University in Doral was evacuated Monday afternoon because of a 'possible bomb threat' at the nearby Federal Reserve building.
All Clear Given After Bomb Squad Called To Coral Springs PreschoolAuthorities are investigating a potential danger at a South Florida school.
Power Outage Forces Hospital Evacuation in Fort LauderdaleKindred Hospital in Fort Lauderdale had to be evacuated Friday afternoon due to a power outage, fire officials said.
Assisted Living Facility Evacuated Hours After 8 Die In Nursing HomeA North Miami Beach assisted living facility has been evacuated, just hours after six people died at a Hollywood Hills nursing home.
Monroe County Evacuates Inmates From Stock IslandNow that it appears more likely that the eye of powerful Hurricane Irma will strike the Keys, inmates in Key West were moved off the island.
After Midnight 'Don't Get On The Road': Gov. Scott Tells South Floridians Florida Governor Rick Scott was using the last hours to urge South Floridian seek proper shelter as Hurricane Irma moves closer.
Police Give All-Clear After Miami-Dade College Bomb ThreatPolice gave the all-clear Tuesday afternoon after Miami-Dade College's Hialeah campus was evacuated over a bomb threat.
'All Clear' After Miami Int'l Airport EvacuationPolice have given the all clear after a scare at Miami International Airport (MIA) Monday evening.
Evacuation Orders Throughout Floridabout 1.5 million people are in evacuation zones in Florida as Hurricane Matthew approaches the east coast.
Ferry Fire Prompts Evacuation Of Hundreds On BoardU.S. Coast Guard officials responded to a fire reported on a passenger ferry early Wednesday morning.
Suspicious Package At Miami Police HQ Prompts Evacuation, DetonationMiami Police gave the all-clear after a suspicious package prompted an evacuation at their headquarters Tuesday morning.
AAA: 1 In 3 Not Prepared For Hurricane SeasonThe Atlantic hurricane season is underway with two named storms already in the books, but one in three (34%) residents in Florida do not make advanced preparations, according to a recent AAA Consumer Pulse™ survey.