Florida’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 7.1 percent in May 2013 which was the lowest rate seen since September 2008. Overall, unemployment dropped 0.1 percent in the last month according to the seasonally adjusted numbers.
Boaters fishing in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico this weekend, and for the next 44-days, can hook and bring in red snapper—but there are limits.
The Seven Mile Bridge, longest of 42 spans on the Florida Keys’ Overseas Highway, is to close temporarily to vehicular traffic during the early morning hours Saturday, April 13, for the 32nd annual footrace over the convergence of the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
A California man is behind bars after he allegedly stabbed three of his family members with a knife during a heated argument.
Visitors and tourists may notice a small change on Pigeon Key. The tiny island and historic education facility has gone green, Keys officials dumped the island’s electrical system and converted to solar-powered energy on Friday.
Hundreds of local students participated in the Miami-Dade/Monroe County Spelling Bee held Wednesday, March 20th at Jungle Island.
A Missing Child Alert has been cancelled for three Illinois children who were found in the lower Keys.
The United States Supreme Court opened hearings Wednesday on a challenge to the law that if overturned could fundamentally reshape how an entire region of the country handles elections.
After a seven hour cleanup, the southbound lanes of U.S. 1 at mile marker 120 heading into the Florida Keys has reopened in Florida City after a three vehicle crash.
Would you put aside your social life and needs to give foster care children a Christmas morning they’d never forget? Bunchy Gertner does.