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Phil Keating

Miami, FL

Phil Keating

Phil Keating is a national correspondent for the Fox News Channel based in the Miami bureau. During his career at Fox, Keating has covered major breaking news stories including the death of Anna Nicole Smith, Caylee Anthony, and the trial of Jose Padilla. Keating also covers NASA stories for Fox News, including NASA's Space Shuttle program, and the new Constellation program. Previously, he reported for the syndicated magazine show Geraldo Rivera on the Fox News channel-produced program Geraldo At Large. Prior to Geraldo,Keating was also a correspondent in the Fox News Channel's Dallas bureau. He is a self described Army brat. He joined the program after a long, award-winning career in Denver at KUSA and KDVR. He has covered major national stories from Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath to the shootings at Columbine High School.

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September 30, 2010 1:46 PM

Gulf of Mexico Seafood

Across the Gulf of Mexico, from the Florida panhandle west to the Louisiana bayou, shrimp boats still sit at the dock, unused. For those that rely on Gulf Seafood to make money--fishermen, wholesalers, distributors--the problem isn't available local product. It's demand that remains down, even though no oil from BP's Deepwater Horizon disaster has seeped into the Gulf ... read more



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September 8, 2010 1:11 PM

Bulk Buying Real Estate

If you're one that loves a "steal of a deal," South Florida's real estate market is ready to love you back. But, the big catch--and in these economic times, it's a Big Catch--you've got to have all cash. But if you do, you can buy a $50,000 condo in Miami Beach, just 2 blocks from the sand and breaking waves. Keep in mind, this is a condo that previously had sold for ... read more



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August 16, 2010 2:50 PM

HOUSTON, NO PROBLEM

Spacewalkers Doug "Wheels" Wheelock and Tracy Caldwell Dyson pulled off an extremely important spacewalk, lasting 7 hours and 20 minutes, to rescue the International Space Station from overheating itself. Wheelock held and guided the 780 pound backup ammonia pump quite easily, as 220 miles above the earth it was basically weightless, and as he slid it into place, he and ... read more



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August 6, 2010 3:46 PM

Dengue Fever Outbreak

The anti-mosquito assault squads roam the neighborhoods of Key West, Florida looking for larvae. Specifically, the larvae of the aedes aegypti mosquito, which is the prime carrier of Dengue Fever. After 75 years, Florida is dealing with its first outbreak of Dengue, with more than 50 people already suffering through it the hard--and extremely--painful way: "I've ... read more



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July 29, 2010 8:50 AM

Operation Noah’s Ark in the Gulf

His name is Jack, not Noah, but his mission is essentially the same: save as many Gulf of Mexico sea creatures that he can. He's not collecting starfish, sea horses and sting rays two-by-two, but by the hundreds, storing them at the Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratory. "It's been one continuous nightmare. It's been one non-stop effort to figure out what to do next," ... read more



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July 20, 2010 1:58 PM

Oil Spill: New Cap Stays Despite Bubbles

For now, the new, tight-fitting cap installed by BP Thursday stays in place, keeping almost all of the Macondo well's oil and methane under the seafloor, despite the discovery of 4 separate sources of bubbling methane gas and oil seepage. 1 is 2 or 3 miles from the well, and it's been ruled to be not related to BP's well.The other 3 seepages are about 300 feet from the ... read more



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July 13, 2010 2:16 PM

Barefoot Bandit Pleads Guilty

The Barefoot Bandit wore white tennis shoes without laces and pleaded guilty today in the Bahamas, ending a 2 year drama that made the 19 year old fugitive an internet cult hero. Colton Harris-Moore pleaded guilty to a minor charge of "landing illegally." That for his July 5th crash landing into the waters off of Great Andros island, involving a small Cesna stolen from ... read more



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July 7, 2010 3:14 PM

More Gulf Oil Leaking From Other Well Heads?

Government scientists estimate as much as 60,000 barrels of oil per day are gushing into the Gulf of Mexico due to the ongoing BP oil spill. But now there are new questions as to whether additional oil is spilling from hundreds or thousands of other well heads in the Gulf. An Associated Press investigation found that 27,000 well heads are sealed shut in the sea ... read more



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June 30, 2010 4:30 PM

Oil Spill Impacts American Eating Habits

In the crowded kitchen of Sushi Samba's high-volume restaurant on Miami Beach's swank and sexy Lincoln Road, fish is on the frying pan and the BP oil spill is in the air. Because inside the Sushi Samba Group's 7 kitchens and raw bars-- including New York, Chicago and Las Vegas--the impact of the Gulf oil spill is right there in the ice pile, where the Oysters keep ... read more



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June 15, 2010 3:01 PM

AWOL Man Shows Up Armed and Loaded in Fla.

A military man who has gone "AWOL"--absent without leave--has been tracked down and detained after Air Force guards say after catching him and a woman with 6 weapons and a cache of ammo trying to enter MacDill Air Force Base near Tampa, Florida. Christopher Paul Kilburn is charged with desertion while additional charges will be pending as the investigation continues. ... read more