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The seafood is safe to eat and the Gulf of Mexico tourism industry is recovering three years after the nation’s worst offshore oil spill spewed more than 200 million gallons of crude oil into the waters off Louisiana. But despite that BP-sponsored...
ReutersBy Karl Plume April 25 (Reuters) - A northern stretch of the Illinois River may remain closed to commercial shipping traffic for several weeks as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers works to repair a lock damaged during recent heavy flooding, the Corps said...
ReutersBy Karl Plume April 23 (Reuters) - Barge shipping on the Illinois River and parts of the Mississippi River will remain impeded until at least early next week as the flood-swollen waterways slowly recede from record- or near-record-high crests,...
Reuters(Adds Mississippi River reopening near St. Louis, adds grain prices rising) By Karl Plume April 22 (Reuters) - Commercial shipping traffic was moving again on the Mississippi River south of St. Louis after a pair of barge accidents that forced the U.S....
Boston GlobeFor an escape from the hustle of normal Tampa Bay civilization, set your sights on Fort De Soto Park, an absolutely stunning retreat. It's part of St. Petersburg, but seems to be from a faraway world. Located on the Gulf of Mexico, it bears a military...
Reuters* BP shifts blame to Transocean, Halliburton * BP says offshore rig disaster had "multiple causes" * Halliburton handling of case "very troubling"-judge * Judge considers sanctions over Halliburton case actions By Kathy Finn and Braden Reddall NEW...
Tags: Fines, Prosecution, Witnesses, Mexico, Trials
Monday is Earth Day — and three years to the day since the flame-engulfed Deepwater Horizon oil-drilling rig sank in the Gulf of Mexico. The BP blowout killed 11 rig workers, released more than 200 million gallons of crude into the Gulf and gave...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — It was the largest algae bloom in Lake Erie's recorded history — a scummy, toxic blob that oozed across nearly one-fifth of the lake's surface during the summer and fall of 2011. It sucked oxygen from the water,...
Tags: Ecosystems, Fertilizer, Mexico, Lakes and Ponds, Global Change
Rain chances for Opening Day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards may be increasing, but there is still some uncertainty on how significantly a moist system from the Gulf of Mexico could affect the region. Even so, rain could start to clear in time for the 3:...
Winter skiing, springtime on the links, summer sailing and autumn leaf-peeping — the weather forecast is the driving force behind the planning of many vacations. But when it comes to predicting the weather, WBAL meteorologist Tony Pann takes it all...
Tags: Rentals, Wildlife, Personal Service, Golf, Spring Training
An expert witness for those suing BP over the nation’s worst environmental disaster criticized the company’s investigation of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico as the civil trial entered its second day. UC Berkeley engineering professor...
MIAMI (AP) — A byzantine maze of maritime rules and regulations, fragmented oversight and a patchwork quilt of nations that do business with cruise lines make it tough for consumers to assess the health and safety record of the ship they're about to...
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