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Taste Of Key West Returns To Entice Tourists With Tempting Treats
In a town with an average population of just around twenty-five thousand people, a person would be hard-pressed to find three or more restaurants that feature superb culinary skills and the freshest ingredients.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
Police: DUI arrest takes violent turn
A 26-year-old man accused of beating a woman and then battling cops trying to arrest him early Saturday on Flagler Avenue was arrested, according to a police incident report.
Commissioner says buses carrying mainland workers to the Keys are over capacity
The Florida Keys' tourism-based economy could suffer if resort and restaurant employees can't get to work, county officials said this week.
Would-be developer of on-the-water resort says project is still a go
An attempt to place a 50-room hotel in the Gulf of Mexico could pick up pace in coming months, Oceana Water Resort developer Doug Pope says.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Celebrate Your Independence From Bad Desserts With Key Lime Pie
There may be no singular food item more connected with a specific part of the country than the key lime and the Florida Keys.
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Escoto convicted in murder of new bride
Myles Chefetz does a tasting in the kitchen at Prime Fish with chef Todd Zimmer, April 14, 2014.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
'Square grouper' washes up
Key West police reportedly found two marijuana bales that washed ashore Saturday at the beach at Naval Air Station Key West Truman Annex.
April 22, 2014 - Short takes. . . In honor of Earth Day (today, April ...
In honor of Earth Day , Keys Energy Services in Key West, Fla., recently donated two "Kill-A-Watt" electricity monitors and energy conservation DVDs to the Key West and Big Pine Key public libraries.
Man admits fraud to FBI
A Broward County man arrested by undercover FBI agents who said he schemed in Key West to cash tens of thousands in fraudulent tax return checks pleaded guilty in an agreement with federal prosecutors that could land him in jail for more than a decade.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
The oil rig burns following the April 20, 2010, explosion. Eleven men died in the blast.
Sunday marks the fourth anniversary of the explosion on the BP-operated drilling rig Deepwater Horizon, which killed 11 workers about 50 miles off the Louisiana coast in the Gulf of Mexico and set off the nation's worst offshore oil disaster.
"Drag Racers" Compete In Wacky Key West Competition
Female impersonators will be sporting high heels instead of oversized wheels in Key West for the Great Conch Republic Drag Race on Saturday afternoon.
Two Key West pole vaulters advance to the state meet
Key West High senior Erik Vinson pole-vaulted a personal-best 14 feet to take first place at Wednesday's Region 4-2A track meet at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar.
"It is understood that Key West is a more laid back type of Margaritaville haven, and wow is it beautiful, except for the amount of vehicles on this bike island.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Jetskiers land a year in prison
Two men convicted in January of fleeing from a Coast Guard cutter 30 miles south of Key West will each spend at least a year in federal prison, according to court documents.
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Awesome Dude in Speedo Photobombs Romantic Wedding Portrait
Last Saturday, videographer Quincy Perkins was doing snapping shots of bride Brittany and husband Barry in Key West, Florida when the former got her heel stuck in the dock, her man reached down to steady her ... "He totally knew he was in front of three cameras," Perkins tells The Huffington Post.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Lady Conchs fall in districts; advance to regional tourney
Gulliver Prep took the first step to a fifth-straight state title with a 9-0 win over Key West Wednesday afternoon in the District 16-4A championship at the Gulliver campus.
New fire station opens
Monroe County Mayor Sylvia Murphy spoke bluntly Wednesday afternoon at the official unveiling of the new multimillion dollar Stock Island fire station.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
How to spot a Parrothead in the wild Jimmy Buffett brings 'Songs From St. Somewhere' tour to Tampa
In Nov. 4, 2011, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, "Parrot Heads" Amy Jamison, left, shares beads with Yvonne Schindler during a Duval Street concert in Key West.
Wedding Photo Fail Is Actually A Win, Thanks To This Passerby
Wedding videographers capture hours and hours of Big Day footage. Statistically speaking, there's no way that all of it is going to be full of winning, heartfelt moments.
Local PAL teams display their basketball skills in statewide tournament
For the first time in its 10-year history, the Key West Police Athletic League youth basketball program had teams qualify and compete in the South Florida Police Athletic-Activities League Basketball Championship.