Mine does this too. just move the steering well all the way up, then feel for an opening underneath. stick your finger in there and feel for a button. press the button, then your ignition will let your key out, provided you have it in park and you have turned it off.
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Possibly the shift cable is worn out and the transmission does not completely go into Park. A broken bracket that holds the cable in place could be another reason. It must be completely in park before the key can be removed from the ignition. Just because the indicator shows that it is in park, does not mean that it is fully in park.
If the linstrument or parking lights don't dim slightly as you turn the key in the ignition switch there is a high probability that the problem is with the ignition switch electrical contacts or the related wiriing, not the key. If the problem was the key it would not rotate, just as a padlock or door lock would not rotate. Also check the ignition coil to make certain the wiring is iintact and that the coil is producing a spark to the spark plugs. Be careful not to get shocked by the high voltage output of the coil.