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Here’s the latest for Friday, May 22nd: Trump tells governors to reopen houses of worship; FBI to conduct review of Flynn investigation; Pakistani jetliner crashes before landing in Karachi; Graduating seniors ‘fly high’ in Florida Keys.

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Rescued manatees released into Florida Keys waters

Marine rescue volunteers released two manatees back into Florida Keys waters on Wednesday. Spookey was injured by a boat before being rescued in October 2019, and Scott was seen in February 2020 after becoming entangled in a fishing line. (May 22)

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COVID-19: Police checkpoints limit access to Florida Keys amid lockdown | AFP

Monroe County Sheriff deputies man a checkpoint on US 1 leading into the Florida Keys as officials decided to restrict the access and only allow property owners and people who work in the Keys amid the COVID-19 pandemic. IMAGES

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Florida hotels deserted after islands’ shutdown | AFP

Florida’s most southerly holiday islands – Florida Keys – sees its resorts and roads emptied at the peak of high season. The state has introduced sweeping regulations to try and stem the virus, including banning onsite dining in restaurants.

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Turtle released after recovering from spear attack

A federally protected green sea turtle was released in the Florida Keys after recovering from a spear shot into its neck. (Nov. 1)

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Here are the top stories for Monday, October 21st: US may now keep some troops in Syria; Settlement reached in opioids lawsuit; Texas gov. delcares disaster in 16 counties; “Zombies” take over Florida Keys.

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Tracking Drug Smugglers And Unauthorized Migrants With The Coast Guard In Miami

After spending time at Coast Guard boot camp, Senior Video Correspondent Graham Flanagan travelled to Miami to see how the Coast Guard combats drug smuggling and illegal immigration from the air and the sea. 

In January, a Miami-based Coast Guard vessel was involved in the seizure of a boat carrying 132 pounds of cocaine. Earlier that month, a Miami-based Coast Guard airplane spotted a vessel carrying 35 migrants off the coast of Puerto Rico.

Flanagan spent a day aboard the Coast Guard cutter Robert Yered, which patrols the Port of Miami and the surrounding region that includes the Florida Keys and the Bahamas. Flanagan experienced a ride-along on a high-speed, water-jet powered pursuit boat used to quickly engage vessels for boardings and routine inspections. 

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Santa submerges in Florida Keys marine sanctuary

(24 Dec 2018) Santa took some time off from getting ready for Christmas to dive amid the marine life at Pleasure Reef off Key Largo. (Dec. 24)

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Twin manatees returned to Florida Keys waters

(16 Nov 2018) Rare twin manatees Millennium and Falcon have been released back to their home in the Florida Keys. They were found in October 2016, after their mother was accidentally killed by a boat strike. (Nov. 16)

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Thousands gather for Fantasy Fest in Key West

(29 Oct 2018) The Florida Keys’ annual “Fantasy Fest” celebrations are winding down after 10 days of revelry. Roughly 60,000 people gathered Saturday night in the island city of Key West for the “Fantasy Fest” parade. (Oct. 29)

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Raw: 3 Hurt in Florida Keys Small Plane Crash

Authorities say three people were airlifted to a Miami hospital after their small plane crashed in the Florida Keys. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office says the single-engine Piper crashed Thursday in a wooded area near the airport in Marathon. (Jan. 26)

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Satellite images show Irma destruction in Caribbean & Florida

Newly released satellite images show several areas in the Caribbean and Florida before and after they were hit by Hurricane Irma, highlighting the destruction the storm brought to the region.
With 25% of the homes in the Florida Keys feared destroyed, on Tuesday emergency workers rushed to find Hurricane Irma’s victims — dead or alive — and deliver food and water to the stricken island chain.

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Floodwaters surge into Miami as Hurricane Irma hits Florida

Hurricane Irma, upgraded to category 4, has made landfall on the lower Florida Keys, bringing high winds and heavy rains. Irma has already caused death and widespread destruction in the Caribbean, and more than a quarter of Florida’s population has been ordered to evacuate.

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Irma churns towards Florida’s west coast

After slamming into the Florida Keys and skirting Miami, Category Four Hurricane is churning towards the cities of Naples, Fort Myers and the densely populated peninsulas of Tampa Bay on Florida’s west coast.

Hurricane Irma hits lower Florida Keys

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AERIAL: Florida highway jam-packed as residents flee Hurricane Irma

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