Florida Passes Bill Aimed At Cutting Post-Hurricane LawsuitsHurricanes cause major problems for residents of Florida, as do the recovery efforts from those severe storms.
Plan Could Spur More Underground Power LinesAfter hurricanes during the past three years knocked out electricity for millions of Floridians, lawmakers are moving forward with regulatory changes that could lead to more underground power lines.
NOAA Retires Hurricane Names Florence & MichaelThe names of two hurricanes that caused widespread devastation from Florida to Virginia last year have been retired.
Miami-Based Pilot Makes History With Coast Guard Air Medal HonorA Miami-based pilot made history thanks to her heroic efforts following two devastating hurricanes and received the Air Medal from the US Coast Guard for her efforts.
Weak El Niño Impacts Florida Weather And Possibly Coming Hurricane SeasonEl Niño is back, even if it’s weak! Warmer than normal ocean temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, if they persist, could mean a less active hurricane season for us this year.
National Signing Day Looking Good For Manny Diaz And The HurricanesAlabama’s Crimson Tide has lost a four-star cornerback to the University of Miami and head coach Manny Diaz on this National Signing Day.
Miami Hires Enos as Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks CoachThe University of Miami football program has hired Dan Enos as its offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, head coach Manny Diaz announced Friday.
New Hurricanes Coach Manny Diaz Says 'It's Been Wild' Few DaysThe University of Miami has a new man with a plan running the show.
Gun Law, Hurricanes Added To State Courts’ WorkloadThe state’s new gun law is keeping courts busy, and the state Supreme Court also says lawsuits over hurricane disputes could be on the rise.
Miami Kicks WR Jeff Thomas Off The Football TeamLeading receiver Jeff Thomas was dismissed from Miami’s football team on Wednesday, the latest blow in a turbulent season for the Hurricanes.
Missing Panhandle Woman's Body Recovered Amid Hurricane Michael RubbleA family can begin to grieve after officials confirmed Friday the death of a 79-year-old Florida woman who had been missing since Hurricane Michael left her Mexico Beach home in rubble.
Why Did Hurricane Michael Strengthen So Quickly?The process of hurricane intensification is not completely understood and forecasting when and how much a storm will strengthen is still a difficult challenge.
Comeback For The Ages: No. 17 Miami Stuns FSU, 28-27N'Kosi Perry threw four touchdown passes, and No. 17 Miami pulled off its biggest comeback ever against Florida State by rallying from 20 points down midway through the second half to top the Seminoles 28-27 on Saturday night.
No. 16 Miami Set To Play Host To North CarolinaMiami begins defense of its ACC Coastal Division title against the Tar Heels Thursday night at Hard Rock Stadium
NOAA Lowers Storm Count In Latest Hurricane Season PredictionThings may be looking up a little this hurricane season.