Gov. Bobby Jindal Orders Flags at Half Staff for Soldiers, Marines in Florida

Gov. Bobby Jindal orders flags at half staff for soldiers, Marines in Florida
Flowers and flags left by mourners hang from the front gate of the Louisiana National Guard at the Hammond Airport where soldiers with the 1-244th Assault Helicopter Battalion where killed in Florida Thursday, March 12, 2015.… Continue reading

White House Cyanide Threat

White House cyanide threat
WEST PALM BEACH (CBS12) — The Obama Administration is on high alert this morning, after an envelope addressed to the White House tested positive for cyanide. Cyanide is a potentially lethal toxin that attacks the heart and nervous system. The US …
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Language Experts Make an Interesting Case for Why Obamacare Will Be

Language Experts Make An Interesting Case For Why Obamacare Will Be
WASHINGTON — It's difficult to think of when so much has ever ridden on the interpretation of just six words. But that's how things stand in the twisted, tortured legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act now before… Continue reading

Record Cold a Big Problem for Some Boaters

Record cold a big problem for some boaters
Haskell, who put on a black, hooded wetsuit to venture into the icy South River to salvage the boat, blamed the weather. With only a few days left in the month, February could end up being the second coldest on record, with… Continue reading

State Eases Lobster Dive Regulations

State eases lobster dive regulations
The changes also will remove the requirement that an endorsement holder be on board his or her vessel when lobster are being harvested, in much the same way other commercial fishing captains are allowed to let their crews run their boat in their absence.
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Mystery of missing Confederate submarines tackled by Louisiana archaeologist
Scientists hope that when the hull is completely revealed, they will have the final clues as to why the Hunley, the first submarine in history to sink an enemy warship, sank off Charleston, S.C. in 1864 after sinking a Union blockade… Continue reading