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- Miami HeraldJul 20 03:58 PM
Traffic disruptions this week will take place in Key Biscayne, the Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike and Biscayne Boulevard – among others. … Click to Continue »
- Miami HeraldJul 29 11:34 AM
The 2015 lobster miniseason officially began 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, but most of the thousands of snorkelers and divers who will be on the hunt for the next two days did not get onto the waters of South Florida and the Keys until sun-up. … Click to Continue »
- Key West CitizenJul 21 11:19 PM
SOUTH FLORIDA — The Upper Keys is playing a role in an effort by the National Park Service to bolster the population of the federally protected Schaus swallowtail butterfly on Biscayne National Park’s Elliott Key. read more
Take It Outside Planner: Paddle through magical mangroves (w/video), pier fishing and lobster seasonTampa Bay TimesJul 29 11:03 AM
PADDLE BY: MANGROVE TUNNELS Looking for a great half-day trip? Check out the Lido Key Canoe/Kayak Trail in Sarasota . This well-marked waterway can be as short or as long as you like. Paddling through these tree-covered corridors, it is easy to imagine yourself in another time and place.
- Key West CitizenJul 22 09:45 PM
1836: Indians attacked the Cape Florida Lighthouse on Key Biscayne. The keeper John Thompson was wounded and his assistant Aaron Carter was killed.... read more
- CBS NewsJul 27 05:12 AM
The search is still on for two 14-year-olds missing in Florida
- Miami HeraldJul 19 07:34 AM
It’s likely to be a rainy week, even with extreme drought conditions in Miami-Dade and Broward. … Click to Continue »
- Sun-SentinelJul 24 09:25 AM
After transporting New York City's sewage sludge since the 1960s, the 300-foot tanker ship Newtown Creek will arrive an unusual final resting place: The ocean floor off Pompano Beach.
- Local 10 MiamiJul 15 08:50 PM
A groundbreaking takes place to make one of the most popular roads for cyclists with some of the most high-profile hit-and-runs.
- Miami HeraldJul 09 03:34 PM
Calling themselves canaries in a coal mine, coastal mayors gathered on the skinniest strip of Miami Beach Thursday to demand that Miami-Dade County and state officials do more to keep their beaches from washing into the ocean. … Click to Continue »