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Supervisor: Suspect talked about guns, police

Key West Citizen - Friday, July 31, 2015

The Stock Island man accused of planning to detonate a bomb at a Key West beach spoke often about guns, his issues with law enforcement over speeding tickets and had direct access to secure areas at...

Assisted suicide suspect kills self

Key West Citizen - Friday, July 31, 2015

A man accused of assisting in a suicide earlier this year took his own life in front of a sheriff’s deputy at Boca Chica Beach early Thursday, police said. Terrence Haynes, 61, shot himself...

Wildlife officials report calm mini-season

Key West Citizen - Friday, July 31, 2015

As an uneventful lobster mini-season came to a close, commercial lobster fishermen remained optimistic about the start of the regular season on Aug. 6. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation...
Citizen's Voice

“To the person bemoaning a beloved figures move from his ancestral home: You obviously aren’t familiar with how this started. The Conchs sold their homes at a massive profit and moved to...
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RAMROD KEY — A man accused of taping a young dog’s mouth shut, beating it, picking it up and slamming it to the ground as well as caging it for days at a time was arrested Tuesday,...
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Is another bay disaster on the horizon?

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, July 29, 2015

SOUTH FLORIDA — An extremely dry start to South Florida’s rainy season, which typically begins in June with hurricane season, has caused worry among some environmentalists who wonder how a continued lack of fresh water and rising salinity levels will affect marine life in the Florida Bay going forward.

NASA's Aquarius mission educates students

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, July 29, 2015

FLORIDA KEYS — Three thousand miles from home, 16-year-old Ciara Isaak was exposed to the challenges scientists and astronomers face daily.

Attempt to oust GM falls short

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, July 29, 2015

KEY LARGO — One commissioner’s effort to remove the sewer district’s top administrator seemed to fall upon deaf ears at the five-seat board’s most recent meeting on July 21.
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