Van Found Packed With Large Amounts Of Gasoline In MiamiPolice have quelled what was a dangerous situation in Little Havana after a van was found packed with a large amount of gasoline.
Florida Races To Refuel Gas Stations But It's Tough Without PowerFuel tankers in Florida are getting special escorts by Florida Highway Patrol troopers so fuel can be delivered to gas stations as quickly as possible.
Gov. Scott: "We’re Working Aggressively To Get More Fuel to Gas Stations"Gov. Rick Scott is taking steps to try and improve the fuel situation in Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma.
Lines Are Long & Patience Is Short At Gas Stations Ahead Of IrmaLines are long and patience is short at gas stations across South Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma.
Gas Prices Rising In The Wake Of Hurricane HarveyMassive flooding from Hurricane Harvey has affected the oil and gas industry in Texas and triggered a spike in fuel prices.
Lauren's List: How To Save Money On GasWith the summer driving season about to kick off, prices at the pump are poised to climb.
EPA To Keep Strict Gas Mileage Standards In Place Despite protests from automakers, the Obama administration has decided not to change fuel economy requirements for cars and light trucks.
Obama Admin Changes Coal Royalties To Boost RevenueThe Obama administration is changing the way it values coal mined from public lands in order to curb companies from shortchanging taxpayers on sales to other markets.
Lower Gas Prices May Lead To More Driving Memorial Day WeekendMemorial Day weekend is right around the corner and that means many drivers are going to be hitting the roads.
Dade Residents Concern Over Remnants Of Erika FizzlingAs Erika dissipated Saturday morning, concerns over its remnants are fizzling.
Water, Gas Hot Commodities As Dade Residents Prep For TS ErikaWater is the hot item at Miami-Dade grocery stores – flying off the shelves as quickly as workers can stock it – as residents prepare for a possible tango with Tropical Storm Erika.
Rising Gas Prices Not Putting The Brakes On Holiday TravelAAA predicts about 33 million Americans will drive more than 50 miles during this Memorial Day weekend which is the most in ten years. But there is good and bad news about gas prices.