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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.
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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 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.
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.
A South Florida federal judge has imposed fines and three years of probation on Idaho Aquarium in an illegal wildlife trafficking case.
Activities are scheduled for April 18 through April 27 and include a sea battle featuring tall ships, parades, parties and a musical production detailing the offbeat "nation's" formation.
Some "boy and his dog" stories never get old. Take Key Wester Rusty Appleby and his canine friend Hooper, for instance.
The Charlotte Harbor Grand Prix is the first of nine stops in the 2014 Super Boat International race circuit, which concludes in Key West, FL in November.
Every week, there seems to be more and more news on the Marriage Equality front.
Silver Airways is expanding its Florida network with a daily nonstop flight between Key West International Airport and Orlando International Airport starting on June 12. The Fort Lauderdale-based airline will also continue to offer non-stop and connecting flights between Key West and Orlando via Fort Myers and Fort Lauderdale, the company said.
Bestselling author Judy Blume, who calls Key West home, will take part in a roundtable discussion of banned books Tuesday at an event hosted by the American Civil Liberties Union's Florida chapter.
The Army Special Forces Underwater Operations School boasts a $10 million complex with a modern training pool and 50-foot dive tower, as well as boats especially designed for special operations forces.
By old-timers' lights, Key West lost its edge long ago. Granted, feral chickens still roam the streets and dart between the stiletto-heeled legs of drag queens.