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City officials encouraged everyone to stay out of standing water. "Even though we have an up-to-date sewer system, it's been taxed to pump all the heavy rains," Crean said. "There can be some contamination in the water." Flood warnings for the Keys
Flooding closed the Key West Airport for several hours, gale-force winds churned seas on both coasts and steady, sometimes intense rain made for a slow and dangerous commute Monday just about everywhere across South Florida. The nasty weather won't
Key West Police Officer Jose Fernandez has been put on administrative leave pending an internal investigation following his Friday morning arrest on drunken-driving charges. Police spokeswoman Alyson Crean said witnesses called authorities around 2 a.
Divers who venture 100 feet below the ocean's surface to explore the USS Gen...Vandenberg , Key West's behemoth 523-foot shipwreck never know what they will see. Perhaps colorful parrotfish, curious barracuda and for the fortunate, a 300-pound
Longer, wider heavier cruise ships could be coming soon to a port near you. Up and down the Atlantic and Pacific coastlines and around the Gulf of Mexico , U.S. cities and ports are spending millions of dollars to dredge and prepare the next
In 2002 we could only speculate that human waste was the source of the pathogen because the pathogen is also found in the guts of other animals," such as deer, Sutherland says. So she and some colleagues exposed the coral in the laboratory to
Two antennae have been secured atop a former Air Force missile tracking ship that's now an artificial reef in the Florida Keys...The vessel was scuttled off Key West in the National Marine Sanctuary in 2009. The Key West Citizen ( http://bit.ly/
A Key West woman seriously injured when a barracuda knocked her from her kayak is working to improve shallow-water rescues. Karri Larson was kayaking with her boyfriend near Howe Key in October when a barracuda jumped from the water and slammed into
U.S. swimmer Diana Nyad, 61, gestures before a press conference in Havana, Cuba, to announce her 103-mile crossing between Cuba and Key West in Florida. Marathon swimmer Diana Nyad's second bid to swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys is over.
US swimmer Diana Nyad, 61, will try to swim a distance of about 166 kilometers between Cuba and the South of Florida without a cage to protect her from sharks. Nyad plunged into the water for the start of the marathon at 7:45 p.m. ET on Monday at the