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An investigation by CBS Miami station WFOR-TV has uncovered millions of dollars in wasteful spending after Hurricane Irma. Before the 2017 storm, companies were ready to remove debris at rates that had been reached through competitive bidding. After the storm hit the Florida Keys, Gov. Rick Scott went in a different direction. WFOR-TV's Jim DeFede reports. [Read More]
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CBS4 continues with its investigation into the millions of taxpayer dollars that appear to have been wasted during the cleanup in the Florida Keys following Hurricane Irma. [Read More]
Authorities say a 48-year-old Florida man raised a can of beer and chugged it after a sheriff's deputy stopped him on suspicion of drunk driving. [Read More]
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Catching blackfin tunas around the humps off the Florida Keys can be as simple as trolling lures or as labor intensive as catching and chumming with live bait. Either way, …... [Read More]
Development in the Florida Keys has been limited for decades by hurricane evacuation; the state requires that everyone who lives there be able to get out... [Read More]
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While returning to shore on our boat in the Florida Keys, the beautiful sunset from the water. [Read More]
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Matt Royer, director of operations at the Florida Keys SPCA's Key West campus, talks about the new $8.4 million, 23,000-square-foot shelter to open later this year. …... [Read More]
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For eight months Terri Metter has made her home in a government trailer parked along a debris-clogged canal in the Florida Keys and she considers herself lucky since Hurricane Irma forced many of her former neighbors to move off the once-idyllic archipelago. [Read More]
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Monroe County announced a "revised" re-entry system Wednesday aimed at ensuring people essential to recovery are quickly allowed back into the Florida Keys following a hurricane. "The revised program includes …... [Read More]
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Development in the Florida Keys has been limited for decades by hurricane evacuation; the state requires that everyone who lives there be able to get out within 24 hours. But that may change under a new program approved Wednesday by Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet. [Read More]
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Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet rejected appeals from planners and environmentalists Wednesday to halt a state plan to bypass the rigid growth limits of the Florida Keys and …... [Read More]
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A Miami federal jury has found a Texas man guilty of trying to smuggle tens of thousands of dollars worth of electronics to Cuba from the Florida Keys. Bryan Singer, …... [Read More]
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Soon after Hurricane Irma slammed into the state, Governor Rick Scott made the decision to ignore the debris removal contracts already in place in the Florida Keys. [Read More]
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Officials in the Florida Keys found a binder filled with family documents dating back to the 19th century, and... [Read More]
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The trial of a Texas man charged with trying to smuggle tens of thousands of dollars worth of computer equipment into Cuba from the Florida Keys began this week in …... [Read More]
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Soon after Hurricane Irma slammed into the state, Governor Rick Scott made the decision to ignore the debris removal contracts already in place in the Florida Keys. [Read More]
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People in the Florida Keys are still picking up property that got blown around by Hurricane Irma - and the Monroe County sheriff's office is looking to return one special item that just turned up. [Read More]
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A binder containing historical documents from a family dating back to the 1850's was found in Big Pine Key and was turned in to the Sheriff's Office. [Read More]
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People in the Florida Keys are still picking up property that got blown around by Hurricane Irma - and the Monroe County sheriff's office is looking to return one special item that just turned up. [Read More]
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A family of six from Jacksonville got caught offshore in fast-moving storms that blew through the Middle Keys, almost sinking their pontoon boat. Monroe County sheriff's deputy Wilfredo Guerra reached …... [Read More]
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