1st Cruise Ship Since Irma Docks In Key WestThe recovery process will be long but there are some signs of normalcy showing up in the Florida Keys.
Keys Tourism Recovery May Take TimeGovernor Rick Scott has said that he'd like to see storm battered Key West “open for business” within two weeks, but tourism officials marketing the southern end of U.S. 1 indicate it could take longer.
Keys Officials Hoping To Have Tourists Returning In Droves Fairly SoonMonroe County leaders are hoping tourists give them a week or so before going down to start pumping life back into the Keys economy.
Key West International Airport To Reopen WednesdayKey West International Airport will resume commercial service Wednesday morning, Sept. 20.
Florida Keys Residents Asked To Be Self-Sufficient During Irma CleanupThe Florida Keys remains under boil water notice more than a week after Hurricane Irma hit the area.
Tourism Dollars Likely Best Donation In Helping Keys RecoverThere's power to about half the area as residents of the Lower Keys returned home Sunday for the first time since Irma hit a week prior.
Lower Florida Keys Reopen, Residents Finally Allowed To Return HomeMonroe County officials say all residents and business owners of the lower keys will be allowed to return Sunday morning.
Key West Recovering But Life Will Be Different For A WhileThe clean up is underway in Key West as residents are just hours away from returning home, but life here will be very different for a while.
Gov. Scott : Goal Is To 'Keep Everybody Alive' In Florida Keys After IrmaGovernor Rick Scott and other state officials traveled to the Florida Keys Friday.
Food, Water Given To Key West Storm SurvivorsKey West's famed Duval Street is lined with debris as residents who stayed behind begin what will most likely be a long clean up and recovery process.
Big Pine Key Residents Stunned By Irma DamageResidents of the Lower Keys and Key West are stunned by the damage and destruction caused by Hurricane Irma.
8 Bodies Found In Door To Door Search Of Lower Keys, Key WestAs search and rescue teams go door to door in the hardest hit areas of the lower Keys, including Big Pine Key and Cudjoe Key, so far they've found 8 people who died trying to ride out Hurricane Irma.