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FKAA employee jailed after near crash

Key West Citizen - Saturday, February 28, 2015

A Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority employee was arrested Wednesday after police said he nearly crashed into a squad car while drunk behind the wheel. Robert Bethel, 33, drove his sports utility...

Suspects sought in home invasion

Key West Citizen - Saturday, February 28, 2015

Two hooded gunmen threatened to kill a homeowner, bound him and shocked him with a Taser during a violent home invasion robbery early Thursday morning, according to a Monroe County Sheriff's Office...

Sheriff doles out top-end gear

Key West Citizen - Saturday, February 28, 2015

More than $160,000 worth of high-end camera, radar and life-saving equipment filled the Monroe County Sheriff's Office community room Friday as Sheriff Rick Ramsay gave gear to other law enforcement...
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ISLAMORADA -- A burglary Thursday afternoon resulted in the arrest of two people and the recovery of jewelry, including four Rolex watches, stolen from the home, according to a Monroe County...
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"Wages are being kept down due to abuse of the foreign guest worker program, which is specifically not permitted to undercut normal wages. Quoted from the Department of Labor: 'Foreign labor...
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County hoping to sidestep land dispute

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, February 25, 2015

KEY LARGO -- A likely legal conflict between local business owners and the Florida Department of Transportation over ownership of a strip of land is something the county was hoping to steer clear of as the matter was addressed during last week's commission meeting.

Tanked crusader helps control lionfish population

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, February 25, 2015

ISLAMORADA -- A highly adaptive non-native ocean species with no known natural predators has been haunting much of the nearshore waters of the Florida Keys over the past six years.

Novelist Kinder finds home in Key Largo

Islamorada/KL Free Press - Wednesday, February 25, 2015

To meet Chuck Kinder, one would figure him more of a hillbilly than a published author. And that's just fine by him. In fact, he once described his writing style as "oracular in nature and pure...
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