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A resort and a major attraction are reopening about three months after Hurricane Irma slammed into the Florida Keys. Tourists can return to Islamorada's Amara... [Read More]
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In South Florida, iguanas are everywhere. So now the state agency responsible for protecting wildlife — and dealing with exotic species — is holding... [Read More]
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In South Florida iguanas are everywhere. So now, the state agency responsible for protecting wildlife — and dealing with exotic species — is holding workshops... [Read More]
People have asked me a lot since Hurricane Irma if it was scary to go through the storm. I was very fortunate to spend the... [Read More]
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More than two million cubic yards of debris has been hauled out of the Florida Keys since Hurricane Irma. But many residents of the Lower... [Read More]
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There was not a single property in Marathon left untouched by September's Category 4 Hurricane Irma. That's according to the most recent numbers put together... [Read More]
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We may be fixated with alligators, but crocodiles are alive and well. A couple of beachgoers found that out on Monday morning, when a six-foot... [Read More]
Before Sept. 10, the last Category 4 storm to cross the Florida Keys was Donna in 1960 — 57 years ago. "A community loses its... [Read More]
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Gov. Rick Scott on Tuesday proposed an $87.4 billion election-year budget, in his final opportunity to set the state's priorities before he leaves office in... [Read More]
If you've tried watching Deerfield Beach's underwater webcam lately, then you've probably been watching the highlights reel . Rebecca Medina Stewart, the... [Read More]
As soon as they could after Hurricane Irma, researchers went out onto Florida Bay to see how the estuary fared after its close encounter with... [Read More]
Major resorts in the Keys are closing for months due to hurricane damage. The biggest may be the Hawks Cay Resort in Duck Key ,... [Read More]
More than a million cubic yards of debris has been hauled out of the Florida Keys since Hurricane Irma — but there's still enough wreckage... [Read More]
Local governments in the Keys are challenging residents to document the especially high tides of autumn with a "king tide photo challenge." High tides from... [Read More]
It only took a couple weeks after Hurricane Irma for the Florida Keys to declare the islands officially open for tourism again. And now the... [Read More]
For years tourists have flocked to take photos at Key West's Southernmost Point Marker. That came to a halt when the concrete buoy was damaged... [Read More]
Marketplace® is your liaison between economics and life. Noted for timely, relevant and accessible coverage of business news across both audio and digital platforms, Marketplace... [Read More]
Survey teams this week completed an assessment of the condition of the Keys reef tract, from Biscayne Bay to Key West. "It's very much like... [Read More]
As we near Halloween, witches, ghosts and zombies are escaping from our screens and appearing all around us — on store shelves and at costume... [Read More]
The endangered Key deer herd was already coming out of a tough year — the herd lost more than 100 animals to New World screwworm.... [Read More]
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