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Channel 2 NewsThere are several unmanned aircraft sitting on a table at the Alaska Unmanned Aircraft System Interest Group’s annual meeting in Anchorage. They’re just a few pounds and look like something you’d find in a hobby shop. But you should...
Sun SentinelNow it's Tropical Storm Chris again. After briefly strengthening into the first hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic storm season on Thursday morning, the system already has weakened. Not that it matters much to Florida - or any other land area for that...
WGNO NewsA news reporter and anchor, Sheldon also produces and hosts Sheldon Fox WGNO's "Wheel of Justice" segments, most-wanted stories that air Mondays and Wednesdays and aim to help capture accused at-large criminals across the New Orleans metro area and...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The architect of compensation for victims of last year's deadly Indiana State Fair stage collapse says he believes the state was "exceedingly fair" with victims. Victims' compensation specialist Kenneth Feinberg tells The...
Louisiana authorities Monday blamed an eighth U.S. death on the effects of last week's Hurricane Isaac when a 90-year-old man died in a sweltering home without electricity in suburban New Orleans. The man "was found in his home by family, and the home...
CNNAs more residents in southern Louisiana return home after Hurricane Isaac, many must now contend with a new obstacle: rebuilding their lives amid blistering temperatures and no air conditioning. "Heat index values will continue to range in the 100- to...
You can't blame Harry Shearer for feeling a twinge of regret just before the release of his latest satirical album of topical songs, "Can't Take a Hint." "Pussy Riot and 'legitimate rape' in the news in the same week?" Shearer said, his eyes widening...
The Chukchi and Beaufort Seas are believed to contain more recoverable oil than Alaska's Prudhoe Bay - and Prudhoe Bay, you'll recall, is the greatest oil find in North American history. So it was no small news today (Thursday) when -- for the first...
Tags: Ken Salazar, Oil Spills, Greenpeace, Science and Technology, NPR
Channel 2 NewsOn Sunday, the Vice President of Shell Oil in Alaska told Governor Sean Parnell (R-Alaska) and Senator Lisa Murkowski(R-Alaska) that heavy sea ice in the Bering Straight will delay historic drilling operations -- scheduled for this summer. Those...
In response to Adam Pritts' letter of Aug. 20, I like butterflies and kittens, and my granddaughter loves Mermaids, but not sure how that relates to the November election. The evening that President Obama was being inaugurated, the GOP was at a...
Tags: Elections, Karl Rove, Republican Party, Politics, Government
It was the first step in a potentially serious accident -- but so far as we know, no worse than that. Tonight (Saturday) the U.S. Coast Guard says the Shell Oil Company Drilling Rig "Noble Discoverer" has been successfully re-anchored near Hog Island...
Los Angeles TimesThe heaviest polar ice in more than a decade is clinging to the northern coast of Alaska and could postpone the commencement of offshore oil drilling in the Arctic until the beginning of August — a delay of up to two weeks, Shell Alaska officials...
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