Mehgan Heaney-Grier: A Dive Into HistoryIn the summer of 1989 at age 11, Mehgan Heaney-Grier moved with her mom, older sister and new stepfather from chilly Minneapolis to the subtropical Florida Keys.
Gun Disguised As Walking Cane Lands Two Weapons Dealers In JailTwo firearms dealers who ran a store in the Florida Keys have been sentenced to prison for illegally possessing a gun disguised as a walking cane.
Sterile Flies Next Step In Fighting Screwworm Infestation In Florida KeysState Agricultural officers are inspecting all dogs and other animals coming out of the Florida Keys. They’re looking for signs of a screwworm infection that is killing the endangered Key Deer.
Flesh-Eating Screwworms Infect Florida Keys Deer PopulationThe federally endangered Key deer, found only in the Florida Keys, have come under attack from a particularly nasty parasitic pest.
Two Baby Manatees Rescued in KeysTwo baby manatees were rescued Sunday in the Florida Keys after their mother was discovered deceased.
Crews Search For Migrants After Boat Reportedly CapsizedState and federal agencies are working to find survivors after a boat reportedly capsized with more than a dozen Cuban migrants on board.
Coast Guard Finds 3 Bodies Off IslamoradaThree bodies have been pulled out of the water near the Florida Keys by the Coast Guard and local agencies.
Python Hatchlings Found For First Time In Florida KeysFor the first time in the Florida Keys, wildlife officials say Burmese python hatchlings have been discovered.
Teenager Posts Fastest Time In Florida Keys Ocean SwimMore than 180 athletes competed in a 9-mile open-water swim Saturday off the Florida Keys.
Keys Group Rescues More Stranded DolphinsThree stranded spinner dolphins were rescued Monday from shallow waters of Florida Bay, north of Islamorada in Everglades National Park.
Witness Says Keys Snorkeler Died After Panicking UnderwaterMonroe County deputies are investigating the snorkeling death of a 67-year-old man from Louisiana in the area of Dry Tortugas National Park.
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.

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