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The day Al DeRoo joined the city's police department, Kennedy was still in the White House, Studebaker was still churning out cars and a band called The Beatles had yet to cross the Atlantic Ocean. Today, 47 years, 9 months and 13 days after he joined...
There's new help on the way for what used to be the Chesapeake Bay's most important fish, though how much good it will do remains to be seen. The Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council has enacted a first-ever cap on how many American shad and...
BEFORE Hurricane Sandy tore through New York and New Jersey, it stopped in Florida. Huge waves covered beaches, swept over Fort Lauderdale’s concrete sea wall and spilled onto A1A, Florida’s coastal highway. A month later another series of...
The 50-foot electromagnet that must travel 3,200 miles by land and sea from New York to Batavia is getting a late start thanks to rain that pelted the Northeast last week. The circular electromagnet is making the weeks-long journey so scientists can use...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City has a wild side and it has nothing to do with its honking yellow taxis, towering skyscrapers and celebrity-studded nightclub crowds. It's about soaring bald eagles, quiet tidal salt marshes and sweet berry brambles...
Special CorrespondentCheck this list often as new tips, events and deals around Florida come in: Partnership for cruise line The Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers), founded nearly 200 years ago to advance geographical science, is to...
WASHINGTON — In trying to sell the idea of building a new rocket pad in Central Florida, Frank DiBello doesn't make comparisons to "Star Wars," "Star Trek" or moon landings. Instead, the head of Space Florida relies on a more earthbound analogy:...
A line of storms continued its march to the Atlantic Ocean on Thursday, bringing high winds and threats of flooding to the East Coast after causing power outages through the Midwest. The storm system, originally billed as a meteorological event known as...
Taking a brief diversion from the maritime blogging, I'm updating you on a dredging project that kicked off in Rudee Inlet. The Army Corps of Engineers's Norfolk District office announced the work would start Monday and last four days as a dredge boat...
Reuters(Refiles to make clear pictures now available) * Tugboat capsized on May 26 while working at oil terminal * Ship's cook survives 60 hours in small pocket of air * Shocked rescue divers find him two days after accident By Joe Brock WARRI, Nigeria,...
Tags: Nigeria, Salt, Petroleum Industry
ReutersHAVANA (Reuters) - With favourable weather predicted and a team of scientists on her side, Australian Chloe McCardel will set out on Wednesday to become the first person to make the 103-mile (166-km) swim between Cuba and the Florida Keys without a...
Tags: Swimming, Sports, FIFA World Cup, Olympic Games, First Aid
Every Floridian can remember watching as oil gushed into the Gulf of Mexico just three short years ago. However, today, it is still unclear exactly what we have learned from that awful disaster as our government now considers allowing seismic airgun...
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