Everglades, Florida Bay Restoration Gets Help With Underground 'Curtain Wall' ApprovalThe South Florida Water Management District Governing Board has approved the construction of a 2.3-mile stretch of underground wall to keep water in Everglades National Park and mitigate flooding near the 8.5 Square Mile Area, known as Las Palmas in unincorporated Miami-Dade County.
Waterline Break Floods Downtown Miami StreetsSeveral streets in downtown Miami are shutdown following a significant waterline break.
Broward Communities Still Trying To Dry Out After Nearly 5 Days Of Record RainfallNearly five days after record rainfall in Broward County, many communities are still trying to dry out from flooding that swallowed up neighborhoods.
Bacteria Levels Have Increased Around Biscayne BayIt’s taken a few days for floodwaters from Eta to go down. But as the water levels decreased, bacteria levels have increased around Biscayne Bay.
East Hollywood Dealing With Overflowing Sewer Water After Eta Turns Area Into Swampy MessIt’s a disgusting mess in parts of East Hollywood as cars splash through sewer water bubbling up from under manhole covers.
Over 24 Vacuum Trucks Work To Clear Flooded Fort Lauderdale Neighborhoods Worst-Hit By EtaWork continued on Wednesday morning to alleviate flooding caused by Tropical Storm Eta at Melrose Manors and Melrose Park.
Flooding Frustrations Continue Across South Florida Especially Melrose Park In Fort LauderdaleSome Broward County streets continue to look more like lakes than neighborhood on Tuesday but tanker trucks are out all over Melrose Manors and Melrose Park where there is plenty of flooding frustration.
Fort Lauderdale’s $200M Storm Water Project Can’t Come Soon Enough After Heavy Rains, Flooding Reveal How Poor Drainage IsHeavy rains flooded out roads in parts of Fort Lauderdale, and was the same deal in areas of Dania Beach. 
Tropical Storm Sally Drenches South Florida On Its Way To Gulf Of MexicoTropical Storm Sally formed on Saturday afternoon drenching South Florida, as it continued to move to the Gulf of Mexico.
Rain May Have Stopped For Now, But Flood Water RemainsMuch of northern Miami-Dade remains under a Flood Advisory Thursday due to days of drenching rain and while the rain has stopped for now, the flood waters left behind are still receding.
'It Was Like An Ocean, There Were Waves': Drenching Downpours Flood Streets All Over South FloridaMuch of South Florida is trying to dry out after being a slammed by drenching downpours for the past several days.