Sewol Disaster: President Pledges to Raise Ferry as South Korea Mourns

Sewol disaster: President pledges to raise ferry as South Korea mourns
South Korea's president has promised to raise the Sewol ferry, as the nation marks a year since the disaster. A total of 304 people, mostly school students, were killed when the ship – which was overloaded and illegally redesigned… Continue reading

Commercial Center Part of Plan for New Brunswick Community

Commercial center part of plan for new Brunswick community
A Florida-based developer wants to build a new master planned community that includes a large regional shopping center across from an entrance to St. James in Brunswick County, a local broker said Wednesday. … The land has been cleared and the… Continue reading

Police: Couple Faces Charges for Stealing Bats With Stroller

Police: Couple faces charges for stealing bats with stroller
… Two rescued from yacht fire · West Palm Beach inmate escapes · Florida teen bitten in face by water moccasin · HIV epidemic continues to spread; public health emergency extended · Firefighters battle large blaze at West Palm Beach home… Continue reading

Navy Divers to Help Raise Confederate Warship Artifacts

Navy divers to help raise Confederate warship artifacts
May 14, 2015: This photo provided by the U.S. Navy, Navy diver 1st Class Fernando Almazan, right, assists Navy diver 1st class Travis Arneson, assigned to Mobile Diving Salvage Unit (MDSU) 2, don a Kirby Morgan 37 dive helmet during training at… Continue reading

State Monitors Grounded Boat Off Moloaa Bay, Kauai

State monitors grounded boat off Moloaa Bay, Kauai
The state Department of Land and Natural Resources is monitoring a grounded boat off the northeast side of Kauai. Officials say they aren't sure when the vessel got stuck on the reef in Moloaa Bay. The 55-foot ketch is in a secluded… Continue reading

Minneapolis Boat Show: This Isn't Ole's Outboard

Minneapolis Boat Show: This isn't Ole's outboard
“We just don't get many of the newer motors offered to us for sale as salvage due to poor performance,” Hansen said. “Nowadays, if a recently built outboard comes in, it's not because it doesn't work. It's usually because it's been involved in… Continue reading