Keys Winter Tourism Taking Hits From IrmaThe start of winter is the kickoff of the busy tourist season in the Keys.
Gov. Scott: "A Lot Of Work To Do" To Recover From IrmaAs debris is cleared and power restored, those hardest hit by Hurricane Irma realize that it will be some time before life gets back to normal.
FEMA Estimates 25 Percent Of Florida Keys Homes Are GoneSearch-and-rescue crews have made their way into the Florida Keys' farthest reaches Tuesday, while authorities rushed to repair the lone highway connecting the islands and deliver aid to Hurricane Irma's victims.
Cash Tolls Extended At Florida Keys BridgeIf you use Card Sound Road to get to the Keys, you're going to have to wait a little longer before your SunPass will work.
Trial To Get Underway In Keys Backpack Bomb CaseOpening statements are scheduled to get underway Monday for a man who reportedly wanted to set off a bomb on a Key West beach as a show of solidarity with the Islamic State militant group.
Medication Stations Set Up To Protect Key Deer From ScrewwormIn an effort to protect the remaining Key deer from an infestation of screwworms, wildlife agents have created special medication pit stops in the Keys.
Colorado Resident Wins Florida Keys Open Water SwimA Colorado man garnered top overall honors Saturday at an open water swim in the Florida Keys designed to raise awareness of the need to preserve six aging lighthouses off the subtropical island chain.
Locals, Tourists React To Key West Terror SuspectFriends, families and tourists alike are reacting Wednesday to the 23-year-old who was arrested, charged with trying to use a backpack bomb on a crowded beach.
Boat Crashes Into Seven Mile Bridge Support, Six HurtSix people were hospitalized after the boat they were in slammed into a Seven Mile Bridge piling.
Fatal Keys Fire Serves As Tragic LessonDays after a flash fire tore through a home in the Keys, killing a mother and her two younger children, the 911 call from the mother’s eldest daughter has been released, which a fire marshal hopes will serve as a tragic lesson for all.
Wet Wednesday Soaks South Florida's StreetsThe rain and storms around South Florida, from homes struck by lightning to flooded fields and heavy traffic, left its mark in many places by Wednesday morning.
Florida Keys Police Arrest Sleeping BurglarPolice in the Keys arrested a 30-year-old man Sunday for entering an elderly man’s sailboat, refusing to leave, and then falling asleep on the victim’s couch.