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Accused backpack bomber trial begins

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, January 24, 2017

The federal trial of a Stock Island man with alleged loyalties to the Islamic State, accused of buying an inert backpack bomb from undercover FBI agents, got off to a graphic start Monday as...

Wicked wind wreaks havoc across Florida Keys

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Extreme winter winds on Monday made for comfortable temperatures on land but created nightmare conditions on the water in the Florida Keys. Sustained winds, which fueled angry seas, were between 25...

One killed, one injured in South Roosevelt collision

Key West Citizen - Tuesday, January 24, 2017

A Coral Gables woman was killed and a local man critically injured in a head-on collision Saturday afternoon on South Roosevelt Boulevard, according to Key West Police spokeswoman Alyson...
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A Marathon man was airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital after a fight Sunday with three other men on 65th Street, oceanside, in Marathon. According to reports, Yandy Carrillo, 30, was at the...
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“1924: The Stephen R. Mallory Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy unveiled the monument in Bayview Park in memory of the departed heroes of the Confederate army and navy. I looked...
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District to keep funneling water to Florida Bay

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

SOUTH FLORIDA — The ailing Florida Bay is set to get a bit fresher for good after some approved moves recently.

Pastor's passion is helping Ugandan orphans

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

ISLAMORADA — Tony Hammon, who moved to the Florida Keys at age 12 after his grandparents adopted him, never could have envisioned himself years later traveling to Africa to help other orphans.

Tragedy strikes Upper Keys work site

Florida Keys Free Press - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

KEY LARGO — Tragedy struck in the Sexton Cove subdivision early Monday as three workers on a county road project died of apparent gas inhalation inside a stormwater drainage hole.  Monroe County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call at 8:28 a.m. and responded to the work site on Long Key Road at mile marker 106 by 8:34 a.m.
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