Florida Keys Officials Ask Visitors To Leave The Keys If They Can Ahead Of Hurricane DorianOfficials in the Florida Keys are asking visitors to calmly leave the island chain if they have the means to do so. This is over concerns about potential Hurricane Dorian interruptions to deliveries of fuel, supplies and other goods and services to the Keys from the mainland.
Study: Miami Beach, Florida Keys Could Be Underwater Within 30 YearsMiami Beach, Key West, the Upper, and Lower Keys will soon be underwater, according to a study made by an environmental watchdog group.
Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Bureau Of Corrections Deputy Arrested Following Road Rage IncidentA Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Detention Deputy was arrested Tuesday following an investigation into a road rage incident.
Sex Offender Arrested For Giving Alcohol To Minors In Florida KeysPolice in the Florida Keys arrested a 22-year-old man with a sex offense history Saturday night.
Keys Woman Attacked With Machete; Man Found DeadThe Monroe County Sheriff’s Office says a woman had to be taken to a Miami hospital after being attacked by a man wielding a machete.
Keys Man Sought In Animal Cruelty CaseA Florida Keys man is wanted by authorities and is considered armed and dangerous.
Child Airlifted To JMH After Falling Off Boat, Getting Hit By PropellerAn 11-year-old boy suffered several cuts to his back after falling off a 20-foot boat Saturday evening near Boca Chica Key.
Diver's Body Pulled From Waters Off Key West Authorities are investigating the death of a 31-year-old man who had been diving off Key West.
Florida Keys Man Chugs Beer During DUI StopAuthorities say a 48-year-old Keys man raised a can of beer and chugged it after a sheriff's deputy stopped him on suspicion of drunk driving.
Monroe County Rescue Helicopter Catches Fire With Patient OnboardAn air rescue helicopter in Monroe County caught fire during landing Friday morning with a patient on board.
Monroe County Schools Begin To Reopen After IrmaSome Monroe County Public School students went back to class Monday, more than two weeks after Irma.
Two Weeks After Irma: How To Help Victims In Monroe CountyIn the days and weeks after Hurricane Irma, Monroe County has been flooded with donations and supplies for survivors and while everyone is thankful for those donations, County officials are now saying they can no longer accept ‘tangible’ donations.
Florida Keys Officials Investigate 9 Irma-Related Deaths, Need IDs Florida Keys officials says they are investigating 9 deaths related to Hurricane Irma which struck the area more than a week ago.
Monroe County Schools Release Staggered Back To School DatesMonroe County Schools will stagger its back to school dates.
Warning From Monroe Officials Remains Same: "You Need To Leave Now"The message from Monroe County officials on Thursday morning has not changed from the past couple days.