Phil Keating Archive
Published April 01, 2013
A roaring crowd welcomed the Cuban dissident on her first-ever U.S. tour.
Published November 28, 2012
His entire life, about the only thing Abraham Shakespeare had going for him was an unforgettable name. To police, he was a druggy and a thief, in and out of trouble with the law. He never had a "career," only odd jobs, sometimes — if he was lucky — paying $8 an hour.
Published October 11, 2012
What happened in Niceville, Fl., was mean and criminal. One or more very professional, coordinated computer hackers tapped into the records of nearly 300,000 students and College employees, stealing names, birth dates, social security numbers and bank account data.
Published September 07, 2012
While millions of Americans lament the persistent rate of unemployment, now at 8.1 percent according to the August 2012 Department of Labor data, the frustration deepens for U.S. veterans.
Published August 15, 2012
After numbering only in the hundreds in '70s, the Florida crocodiles now living in Miami-Dade County and the Florida Keys total about 2,000, and as the numbers continue to rise, people are coming into contact with the animals more.
Published August 09, 2012
The US Commonwealth is booming as a trans-shipment point for the South American drug cartels.
Published July 26, 2012
Texas vies to be the site for space shuttle launch pads of the future. But Florida wants in. So does Puerto Rico.
Published July 05, 2012
One year after a Florida jury defied the court of public opinion, finding Casey Anthony not guilty of murdering her daughter Caylee, lead defense attorney Jose Baez writes in his new book that Casey Anthony suspected her father George may have intentionally drowned Caylee, so as to hide evidence that he could have been Caylee’s grandfather, and father.
Published June 19, 2012
A 16 year-old is alive and recovering after a 3-foot long steel shaft shot from a spear-gun pierced through his skull.
Published June 06, 2012
After deliberating for 8 hours and passing out 6 notes to the judge, the jury found ample reasonable doubt to acquit Aventura, Florida real estate developer Adam Kaufman of murdering his wife.