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  • Few agencies follow Monroe sheriff's lead on cop-chase reforms

    Few agencies follow Monroe sheriff's lead on cop-chase reforms
    The wake-up call for the Monroe County Sheriff's Office came the evening of June 22, 2010, when a deputy driving 106 mph on U.S. Highway 1 in Key Largo swerved around a slower vehicle, lost control and crashed into a parked truck. Deputy Melissa J....
  • Boat parades: A unique Florida holiday tradition

    Boat parades: A unique Florida holiday tradition
    Let's face it, Floridians, we don't do the holidays in the Sunshine State the way they do up North. In previous Postcards installments, I've written about my family's tradition of heading out to the beach on Christmas Day for a game of touch football...
  • Dive deep for these five getaways

    Dive deep for these five getaways
    Instead of getting away from it all, go underneath it, and escape to some of the world's unique underwater restaurants and hotels. You'll have to wear scuba gear and a bathing suit or use a boat to get to some of these undersea retreats. Jules' Undersea...
  • Tropical fun continues in the fall in Florida Keys

    It's summer now, but that season is pretty much endless in the Florida Keys, where the weather — and the mindset — is tropical year-round. From pirates to powerboats, here are the highlights of fall's events in the Keys and the Conch...
  • With so much to do, it's good that time moves slowly in Key West

    With so much to do, it's good that time moves slowly in Key West
    Time somehow moves more slowly in Key West. It all starts with the final approach. Heading south from the congested traffic and urban sprawl of Miami, the speed limit is a leisurely 45 mph on U.S. Highway 1 from Florida City, where mainland Florida...
  • South Florida has a boat ride and celebrity gossip for every taste

    South Florida has a boat ride and celebrity gossip for every taste
    MIAMI — We've got boat rides. We've got paddlewheelers and pirate ships, air boats and catamarans. Speedboats, glass-bottom boats, schooners, yachts and purpose-built tour boats. We've got fast rides, slow rides and hop-on, hop-off boat tours...
  • Extreme destinations: Overnight in the Arctic; dive to your hotel; stay in a room made of salt

    Extreme destinations: Overnight in the Arctic; dive to your hotel; stay in a room made of salt
    An "extreme" vacation often is in the eye of the vacationer. A week in Paris might be an extreme vacation to some people. A grand tour of the paper clip distribution warehouses of central Ohio would be extreme to someone else. But other "extremes" cannot...
  • In the Keys, last underwater lab faces shutdown

    In the Keys, last underwater lab faces shutdown
    In the 1960s, the space program was hot but so was underwater exploration.  Jacques Cousteau not only spread the word on ocean science, but he helped design underwater laboratories where scientists could live full-time. More than 60 labs were set up...
  • Today: Giants and Cowboys play; Bill Clinton speaks; Bacall whistles for Bogart

     
    Just how popular is former President Bill Clinton? We'll find out Wednesday night when Clinton addresses the Democratic National Convention in the 10 o'clock hour. Clinton will be covered by cable news (CNN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC), PBS, C-SPAN, ABC...
  • Val Demings drops two new TV ads in 10th District

     
    Congressional candidate Val Demings comes out swinging against incumbent U.S. Rep. Dan Webster in two new TV spots launched today in Florida's 10th Congressional District. The campaign ads slam Webster for: Office renovations when he became Florida...
  • Sabores Latinos, Hidden Out restaurants cited by state inspectors for health and safety violations

     
    ?? Critical violations of state sanitation and safety laws observed by inspectors at two South Florida restaurants last week prompted the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation to cite the owners and briefly suspend their operations....