Congressman Ted Deutch Visits Fort Lauderdale As King Tides PeakCoastal South Florida is once again dealing with king tides.
Gov. Warns Residents Not Watching For Floods: “You Are Risking Your Life”Across North Carolina, cleanup is already underway after Hurricane Florence, which has killed as many as 13 people.
North Carolina Officials: "The Worst Is Yet To Come" After FlorenceAs people waded in waist-deep flood water in some parts of North Carolina, officials said things are only going to get worse.
City Of Miami Getting Ready For Return Of King Tide SeasonKing Tides are expected this weekend, from September 8th to the 13th.
Lake Okeechobee Releases To Resume FridayFresh water releases from Lake Okeechobee into the Caloosahatchee and St. Lucie estuaries as a means of managing regional flood risks will resume Friday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Jacksonville announced.
Doral Street Submerged And Shut Down Due To Water Main BreakA water main break in Doral has a major roadway shut down at the worst time of day.
Pumps Working 'Around The Clock' To Prevent FloodingOver six inches of rain fell in parts of Broward County last Sunday, leading to widespread flooding and now the forecast calls for almost exactly the same for the Memorial Day weekend.
Boil Water Notice Issued In Fort Lauderdale Following Water Main BreakFolks in and around Downtown Fort Lauderdale are dealing with the effects of a water main break.
Davie Residents Dealing With Bad Flooding After Day Of DownpoursParts of Davie are dealing with bad flooding following Thursday’s rain.
Massive Waves Push Sand, Water Inland And Cause Flooding Issues In Dania BeachA coastal flood warning is in effect for Broward County through Tuesday.
Travel Delays Continue, More Flooding Expected From Deadly Nor'easterResidents in the Northeast U.S. are still hunkered down, waiting for this major storm to pass.
Pittsburgh Area Preparing For Widespread Flooding, Ohio River Expected To Crest At 26.5" By SundayPreparations are already underway in Pittsburgh as the potential for significant flooding increases.