Jaxon Owens, 2, a Key West toddler, caught his first fish recently offshore. His mother Kara Rowe captured the moment. The family was fishing on the Reel Easy with Captain Jason Wells near a wreck in a spot people call the Lakes for it's shallow depths.
Toddler catches first fish in Florida Keys
One of the last Trailer Ranch mobile homes is destroyed
Seventh time’s a charm for Hemingway look-alike winner
A windy, sunny day in Key West
Dolphins visit Key West for Naval training
Meteor burning up over Lower Keys caught on dashcam
Keys Detention Center stages Easter egg hunt
What not to do when you spot an alligator
Covering the Army's parachute team
A ride in a vintage airplane in Marathon
Key West Welcomes Tibetan Buddhist Monks
Watch the video that won this military couple a wedding getaway to the Keys
The U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program for decades has deployed bottlenose dolphins to search for underwater mines and enemy divers. Four female dolphins are visiting Naval Air Station Key West this month for training. The Navy showed off its dolphins Tuesday to the local press.
Monroe County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Evan Calhoun’s dashcam captured video of a meteor late Tuesday night while he was working in the Lower Keys, on Big Pine Key. NOTE: You will see it appear from the upper left hand top. The video is edited to show meteor twice.
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, South Carolina State Parks and the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory Herpetology Program have the following tips on how to avoid an alligator attack (and maybe even some jail time).