Great Conch Debate Rages On Using Genetically-Modified Mosquitoes In Zika FightIn Brazil, the British firm Oxitec has released millions of laboratory-bred mosquito-killing mosquitoes.
Warren Sapp Nipped By Shark While Lobster Hunting In KeysPro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp got up close and personal with a shark while going after lobster in the Keys during the two day mini-season.
Rehabbed Turtle Released In Florida Keys With SAT Tracker To Join RaceA green sea turtle, rehabilitated at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital after being entangled in fishing gear, was fitted with a satellite tracking transmitter and released from a Florida Keys beach Friday.
Keys Couple Pleads Guilty To Illegally Selling SharksA Florida Keys couple have pleaded guilty to federal charges that they illegally sold live sharks, including some shipped to zoos.
Keys Underwater Music Festival Celebrates Reef ProtectionPart of the world's third-largest coral barrier reef became a music arena Saturday, when hundreds of divers and snorkelers gathered for a unique sub-sea concert in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Reward Offered For Wanted Sex Offenders In Florida KeysDetectives are searching for two sex offenders who may have left the Florida Keys locations they were registered under.
Key West Key Lime Pie Eatin’ Contest In July 4th ‘Limelight’New Yorkers might stage a famous hot dog eating contest each July 4, but a far sweeter treat was in the “limelight” in Key West during the holiday’s “Mile High Key Lime Pie Eatin’ Contest.”
Judge: Cuban Migrants Found On Keys' Lighthouse Cannot Stay In U.S.A federal judge in Miami sided with the government in a ruling on whether 24 Cuban migrants should stay in the United States after they were found on the American Shoal Lighthouse about five miles off Sugarloaf Key last month.
Keys Considered As Sanctuary Site For Baltimore DolphinsThe Florida Keys are just one of the areas being bandied about as spot for a seaside sanctuary for eight dolphins that have spent their lives swimming in tanks at the National Aquarium in Baltimore.
No Decision In Case Of Keys Lighthouse Cuban MigrantsThe judge hearing the case for the Cuban migrants who reached a lighthouse in the Keys said he needs two to three more weeks to make a final decision.
Health Officials: Tourist Contracted Dengue In Key WestA tourist contracted dengue fever while visiting Key West, according to Florida health officials.
Hooks With Hidden Cameras Found In Florida Keys RestroomsA number of public restrooms in the Florida Keys got a little too public.