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Noah Barnes is currently on the final leg of his trek across America, from Key West, Fla., all the way to Blaine, Wash. [Read More]
Noah Barnes was diagnosed with type-1 diabetes when he was a baby and spent a week recovering in the hospital. Now he's walking across America to find a cure. Noah and his father have spent the year on foot, focused on Noah's March Foundation. They started in Key West, Fla., and will trek all the way to Blaine, Wash. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon (https://twitter.com/KeleighNealon) has more. [Read More]
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A racing powerboat roars over a slower boat in competition in Key West, Fla. [Read More]
KEY WEST, Fla.- During the 37 annual Key West Championships in Key West two boats crashed. [Read More]
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Offshore powerboat racers John Tomlinson and Myrick Coil defended Performance Boat Center's Superboat-class title with a well-timed win on the final racing day Sunday at the Key West World Championship in the Florida Keys. [Read More]
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Two speedboats collided at the Key West World Championship, Friday, causing one of them to go airborne. One boat skimmed... [Read More]
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Performance Boat Center, piloted by Myrick Coil of Osage Beach, Missouri, and Miami's John Tomlinson, has earned a second-day Superboat class victory at the Key West World Championship. But after Friday's action, the defending champs still trail WHM Motorsports entering Sunday's final race. WHM's driver William Mauff of East Setauket, New... [Read More]
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Offshore powerboat racers William Mauff and Jay Muller have piloted WHM Motorsports to a Superboat class win during the first of three race days at the Key West World Championship in the Florida Keys. Driver Mauff of East Setauket, New York, and throttleman Muller of Sallie River, New Jersey, averaged... [Read More]
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The U.S. Coast Guard rescued a 66-year-old woman who needed medical care from the Carnival cruise ship Sensation. The Coast Guard said in a news release that cruise ship officials notified them early Tuesday that a passenger was suffering from a respiratory issue and needed additional medical care. The ship... [Read More]
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Two Florida men have been sentenced by a federal judge after pleading guilty to violating the U.S. Endangered Species Act for tying up three tiny Key deer in the back of a car. Court records show a federal judge on Tuesday sentenced 18-year-old Eric Damas Acosta to a year in prison... [Read More]
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Just seven weeks after Hurricane Irma blew through the Florida Keys, this subtropical island's residents and visitors are ending a 10-day costuming and masking festival. Fantasy Fest's highlight was a Saturday night parade down Duval Street featuring some 50 floats, colorful marching groups and Caribbean-style dance troupes. Officials said tens... [Read More]
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Things are weird, as usual, in Key West. A pair of Vikings push a stroller full of stuffed chimps down Duval Street. A man wit ... [Read More]
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Things are weird, as usual, in Key West. A pair of Vikings push a stroller full of stuffed chimps down Duval Street. A man with a ponytail swallows a steel sword. People dressed... [Read More]
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Things are weird, as usual, in Key West. [Read More]
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Things are weird, as usual, in Key West. A pair of Vikings push a stroller full of stuffed chimps down Duval Street. A man with a ponytail swallows a steel sword. People dressed only in body paint and glitter wander and jiggle from bar to bar. Fantasy Fest, one of Key West's major tourist draws of the year, is in full swing. And that's a... [Read More]
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Things are weird, as usual, in Key West. [Read More]
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Things are weird, as usual, in Key West. [Read More]
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Things are weird, as usual, in Key West. [Read More]
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In this Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, a costumed reveler cycles in the Fantasy Fest Zombie Bike Ride in Key West, Fla. The... [Read More]
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Key West's biggest annual festival, Fantasy Fest, has attracted thousands of visitors who are helping to restore the tourism-based economy following Hurricane Irma. The storm inspired several costumes at the Wednesday evening Pet Masquerade. Local resident Marcella Quintana Majeau and her dog Ruby entered with a faux debris-removal truck. Florida... [Read More]
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