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Bill Woody had made up his mind prior to the 2012 White Marlin Open that this would be the last time he competed in what is billed as the world's largest sportfishing tournament. It wasn't so much how expensive sportfishing had become in the dozen...
Staff ReporterIt took more than eight hours but they finally found him. A Suffolk County police diver found the body of Christopher Mannino, 39, of West Islip, Saturday afternoon in the Great South Bay. He was discovered about 1:30 p.m., after he was thrown from a...
Tags: Long Island, Robert Moses, Great South Bay, Radio, West Islip
A San Gabriel man was arrested Friday night after he allegedly tried to remove a Burbank police officer’s gun from its holster during an “intense” struggle. At about 11 p.m. Friday, the officer was traveling northbound on Clybourn...
Sea levels are rising faster along the Atlantic coast - including in the Chesapeake Bay - than elsewhere around the world, and the increase appears to be accelerating, according to federal scientists. In a paper published online in Nature Climate Change,...
Long before the Civil War broke out in April 1861, Fort Monroe was flexing some formidable military muscle far beyond Hampton Roads. In 1835, several companies of artillery left the bastion at Old Point Comfort to fight the Seminoles in Florida. Troops...
Follow @mindingyourbizJohn Nigro of Fort Lauderdale-based Show Management is director of land, booth display exhibits and operations manager for the Fort Lauderdale International Boat show, a role he's held for the past decade. The show runs from Oct. 27 to Oct 31 and...
Tags: Concerts, Facebook, Broward County, Music, Fort Lauderdale
One hundred fifty years ago this month, two strange-looking ships met near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay and changed the course of naval, if not American, history. The duel in Hampton Roads between the USS Monitor and the CSS Virginia ended in a draw,...
After two years stuck at No. 2, a stretch of sand on Florida's Gulf Coast near Sarasota has finally been named the best beach in America. Dr. Beach, aka Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, Director of Florida International University's Laboratory for Coastal...
With his flight delayed by wind and driving rain, Brunswick Corp. Chief Executive Dustan McCoy stood just inside a hangar at Waukegan Regional Airport and watched a tiny Cessna trying to land. The pilot finally touched down on his third try. "I've got to...
100 Years Ago Of-fensive neighbors In the Howard County courthouse column: "After the completion of the criminal docket, the civil docket was taken up and the first case on it was the one of Curtis vs. Thompson. This grew out of a dispute over a...
KTLA NewsNORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (KTLA) -- An investigation is under way after an international jeweler was beaten and robbed of $2 million worth of diamonds in North Hollywood. The jewelry salesman, said to be visiting from Israel, was at a friend's house in the...
Tags: Theft, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, KTLA, Bellaire
Hurricane Irene strengthened overnight into a strong Category 2 storm, just shy of reaching major hurricane status, according to the National Hurricane Center. At 5 a.m. Wednesday, Irene was packing maximum sustained winds of 110 mph, making it a...
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