12-Year-Old Student Arrested In Florida Keys SchoolA 12-year-old student is under arrest, accused of pushing a school employee into the wall.
Plane Crashes In Marathon, 4 InjuredA small plane crashed in the Florida Keys Thursday afternoon.
New Chemo Tumor Treatment for Turtles Tested in Florida KeysA groundbreaking alternative procedure used to treat tumors on sea turtles was performed at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital Saturday, in partnership with researchers from the University of Florida.
Pirate Wench, Drag Queen Ring In New Year In KeysFrom beachside fireworks to wacky takeoffs on the traditional ball drop in New York's Times Square, the Florida Keys offer visitors a wealth of ways to welcome 2018.
Keys Winter Tourism Taking Hits From IrmaThe start of winter is the kickoff of the busy tourist season in the Keys.
Florida Man Arrested After Grocery Store Dispute Over Parking SpaceA Florida man was arrested for allegedly punching another man who parked in a spot reserved for disabled drivers.
Facing South Florida: New Developments Into Keys Debris InvestigationThis week on Facing South Florida we will look at new developments in our investigation of an emergency debris removal contract in the Florida Keys.
Fantasy Fest Masquerade Marchers Prowl Key WestThousands of masked and costumed partiers promenaded through Key West’s Old Town during the free-spirited Fantasy Fest Masquerade March, a lively prelude to Saturday night’s elaborate grand parade.
Iconic Key West Attraction Restored After IrmaRestoration of Key West’s Southernmost Point marker, one of the Florida Keys’ most photographed tourism icons, is complete after it was damaged when Hurricane Irma struck the island chain Sept. 10.
South Florida Man Repeats Win At Keys Stone Crab Eating ContestFor the second consecutive year, Juan Mallen took top honors at the annual Stone Crab Eating Contest Saturday in the Florida Keys.
Dem House Members Seek Debris Removal Answers From ScottSix Democratic members of Congress are demanding answers from Governor Scott regarding an emergency contract for debris removal in the Keys.
State Parks Take Financial Hit From HurricaneThree Florida parks in the Keys opened to the public Friday for the first time since Hurricane Irma, as the state looks at overall storm damage to its parks topping $55 million.