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Key Largo is located on an island off the southwestern coast of Florida along the Gulf of Mexico. The community of Key Largo is situated on the island of the same name in the upper part of the Florida Keys. The name is derived from "Cayo Largo" which in Spanish means "long key." Key Largo is the first island of the Florida Keys. The Overseas Highway to the famous Key West originates at Key Largo.

Population: 12971
Local Newspapers: Key West Citizen Miami Herald
Local Sports Teams: Florida Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL) Miami Dolphins (NFL) Miami Fusion (MLS) Miami Heat (NBA)
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Zip Codes associated with key largo, florida: 33037
Towns/Cities near key largo, florida : Islamorada Florida City Marathon

Key Largo News
10 Reasons to Have a Key West Destination Wedding

But what if you want all the benefits of an exotic island getaway without having to leave U.S. soil? Closer to Cuba than Miami, Key West, an island sitting at the southernmost tip of the Florida Keys, makes for a dreamy that's just far enough away, while still being accessible from many major North American cities. You won't have to convince friends to fly down to Florida for a weekend of wedding festivities in a spot known to inspire everyone from singers like Jimmy Buffett to iconic writers and playwrights like Ernest Hemingway and Tennessee Williams.

Under the sea: YSU grad studies space in underwater lab

A Youngstown State University graduate is testing the waters of future space explorations by submerging himself in research off of the coast of Key Largo, Florida. Trevor Graff is a NASA scientist who was chosen to spend 10 days 62 feet below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico in a one-of-a-kind underwater laboratory.

Teen took stolen BMW on a 135-mile joyride to the Keys, police say

But on Friday, 18-year-old Alexander McQueen Mors, of Pompano Beach, opted instead for a roughly 135-mile joyride from West Palm Beach to Key Largo in a stolen 2014 BMW, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office said. Driving with a passenger, who told police he was convinced the car was rented, Mors eluded a Monroe County deputy Friday evening before crashing into a Mercedes van, the sheriff's office said.

Now-closed Big Pine institutions face differing future

One former Big Pine Key landmark could be headed toward a new future while another seems to be facing its end. Bulldozers may soon level the former ReStore operated for 13 years by Habitat for Humanity of the Lower Keys as its fund-raising thrift shop at mile marker 30. If approved by Monroe County Commissioners meeting Wednesday, county staff will begin the search for a company to demolish the deteriorating two-story, 12,000-square-foot concrete building.

County ponders new hires, online meeting rules

Monroe County administrators will make their pitch for adding eight new employees, ranging from senior project managers to staff assistants, at Wednesday's County Commission meeting in Key Largo. The proposed positions could add about $632,000 in pay and benefits to Monroe County's government workforce of approximately 1,300.

Neo-Nazi soldier accused of packing arsenal deemed a threat and will be held in jail

A federal judge Wednesday reversed his decision to allow bond for a Florida Army National Guard soldier in custody on explosives charges after prosecutors released additional evidence they say shows the self-described neo-Nazi leader is a threat to the public. The reversal raises more questions about why Pfc.

Elder abuse case raises concerns and awareness

Elder abuse takes many forms, from neglect and emotional or physical abuse, to financial exploitation and, in some cases, sexual abuse, according to the National Center on Elder Abuse. Asking questions and being vigilant when selecting a facility or provider to care for a loved one are key for avoiding a situation like the one discovered in the Upper Keys recently.

A toll on U.S. 1 into Keys? Florida DOT not a fan

Could entering the Florida Keys mean passing through an automatic tolling station like this one in Miami-Dade County? The Florida Department of Transportation says no, but Monroe County may want to find out. Could entering the Florida Keys mean passing through an automatic tolling station like this one in Miami-Dade County? The Florida Department of Transportation says no, but Monroe County may want to find out.

Prosecutors: Neo-Nazi Plot Targeted Civilians, Synagogues

A self-proclaimed neo-Nazi arrested after agents found bomb-making materials in his Florida apartment while investigating the slayings of his two roommates planned to use the explosives to harm civilians, nuclear facilities and synagogues, federal prosecutors argued in court documents filed Monday. The prosecutors made the allegations after a judge granted bond for Brandon Russell, 21. They want to keep Russell in jail before his trial, arguing that he poses a threat to the public after a third roommate arrested in the killings told authorities Russell was targeting the sites.

Florida Judge Set to Release Radical Islamic Terrorist in Tampa

So, here's a crazy story: A Tampa-based judge is about to release a 21-year-old radical Islamic terrorist to the custody of his mom and grandma. The RIT came to the attention of authorities when one of his roommates murdered his other two roommates and led cops to the scene of the crime.

Bird center wastewater could be centrally treated

The Key Largo Wastewater Treatment District will consider allowing the Florida Keys Wild Bird Center to pipe excrement from the nonprofit's pelican enclosure at its mile marker 93.6 facility to the district's treatment plant at mile marker 100.2. Rob Bulkiewicz, the bird center's executive director, requested in a May 5 letter to send three discharges a week of 200 gallons to the treatment plant, which has the capacity to handle more than 2 million gallons a day. Currently, the bird center treats the wastewater from the pelican enclosure through an on-site filtration system and stores it on the property before it is trucked to the mainland, Bulkiewicz said.

Neo-Nazi National Guardsman facing explosives charges bought rifles,...

In the day that passed in between when Florida Army National Guard Pfc. Brandon Russell was interviewed by FBI agents about explosives found in his Tampa apartment -- where the bullet-riddled bodies of two young men were also discovered -- and when he was pulled over by Sheriff's Office deputies in Key Largo, he picked up a friend in Homestead, where they bought two hunting rifles and hundreds of rounds of ammunition before heading south into the Keys.

Where to Stop and Eat on the Drive From Miami to Key West

Sometimes an island escape is necessary, but the hassle of flying and other major travel plans is a deterrent. Luckily for Miami the Florida Keys are right down the street.

'Neo-nazi' in National Guard faces federal charges after police find explosives

A member of the Florida National Guard is behind bars, facing federal charges after Tampa police found explosives in his apartment while investigating a double murder. Brandon Russell, 22, was arrested in Key Largo a day after his roommates, Jeremy Himmelman, 22, and Andrew Oneschuk, 18, were gunned down in their Tampa Palms apartment.

Florida Keys bridge will end hand-collected tolls July 31

Tolls have been collected for decades by hand at the Card Sound Bridge in North Key Largo. That practice will end July 31. The bridge and toll road are separate from U.S. 1, the other route linking the island chain with the mainland.

USF professor joins undersea NASA trek

But when spending 10 days at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, trapped inside a facility he likens to a "30-foot RV with an unusually small bathroom," Dominic D'Agostino said it's best that the only sardines aboard are the six members of his crew: astronauts and researchers with NASA and the European Space Agency. Their assignment, the 22nd NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations, or NEEMO expedition, will take them 6 miles off the coast of Key Largo and 60 feet below the ocean's surface to an underwater research laboratory called the Aquarius.

Macauley murder trial set for November

The murder trial for a Key Largo man accused of shooting dead a Tavernier couple in 2015 in order to silence an extortion attempt over a large drug deal is scheduled to begin Nov. 6. Jury selection for the Jeremy Macauley trial is set for Oct. 31, said Monroe County State Attorney Dennis Ward, whose office is not prosecuting the case because of a conflict of interest related to when Ward was in private practice. Palm Beach County State Attorney's Office prosecutors are handling the case.

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