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  • Missing Miami woman's ex kills himself after police find body in car trunk

    MIAMI A morbid and bizarre tale of love, abuse and death played out from Miami through the Florida Keys on Tuesday, leaving family members reeling and police scurrying hundreds of miles to a crime scene. In the end, Miami police found a body so badly...
  • Migrant landings increasing along coastline, border patrol says

    Migrant landings increasing along coastline, border patrol says
    A journey that started more than 700 miles away ended in detention for another group of Haitian migrants, this time in Highland Beach, early Monday. Authorities tracked down 13 migrants who came ashore in the 2700 block of South Ocean Boulevard at about...
  • Ingalls Shipbuilding delivers Coast Guard cutter

    Ingalls Shipbuilding delivered the National Security Cutter Hamilton to the U.S. Coast Guard on Monday, according to a company press release. Ingalls, of Pascagoula, Miss., is a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries in Newport News. Last month,...
  • Bridgeport Neighborhood Reels From Massive Fire

     Bridgeport Neighborhood Reels From Massive Fire
    BRIDGEPORT — Sweet-smelling smoke continued to rise Friday from the rubble of a massive fire that destroyed two businesses — one of which housed industrial perfumes. The five-alarm fire bent metal and sparked a series of explosions that...
  • Memories And Consolation At Connecticut's 9/11 Memorial

    WESTPORT — Patty and Kenny Schielke arrived early for Wednesday's anniversary ceremony at the 9/11 Living Memorial in Sherwood Island State Park. The Southington couple walked to the granite monument set on a spit of land jutting into Long Island...
  • Since 1925, vets have found healing, camaraderie in Wisconsin camp

    LAKE TOMAHAWK, Wis. It's not a hospital or clinic, but a lot of healing is done here. Perched between two lakes in northern Wisconsin, bucolic Camp American Legion opened in 1925 as a respite for wounded and disabled World War I soldiers. Nine decades...
  • Body of missing boater recovered in Norfolk

    The body of a missing boater was recovered Sunday morning about three mile south and 12 hours after his boat was discovered, according to Norfolk Police. Milton Haylett's 51-year-old body washed ashore near Inlet Road and E. Ocean View Avenue in Norfolk...
  • Announcements

    Department of Agriculture meeting The Maryland Agricultural Nonpoint Nutrient Trading Advisory Committee will meet from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Sept. 18 at the Maryland Department of Agriculture Headquarters, 50 Harry S. Truman Parkway. Agenda items include an...
  • Twenty years after Cuban raft exodus, they keep coming

    MIAMI (Reuters) - Alicia Garcia vividly recalls her rescue at sea 20 years ago during a mass exodus from Cuba, a dramatic event that changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people and reshaped relations between the communist-run island and the...
  • Bridgeport, Connecticut, industrial fire forces hundreds to evacuate

    (Reuters) - An overnight fire that destroyed two buildings in an industrial area of Bridgeport, Connecticut, and forced about 400 residents to evacuate, also may have polluted a popular fishing area, officials said on Friday. The blaze, which began...
  • Swimmer Drowns At West Haven Beach

    Swimmer Drowns At West Haven Beach
    WEST HAVEN — A 16-year-old boy drowned at West Haven's Bradley Point Beach Monday afternoon, officials said. Alejandro Zitlalpopoca of Campbell Avenue was spotted struggling in the water by two off-duty West Haven firefighters about 3:50 p.m....
  • A violinist made famous during the Cuban rafter crisis looks back

    MIAMI Lizbet Martinez, the Cuban "rafter" girl who warmed the hearts of U.S. Coast Guard officers and many others across the nation with her rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner," still keeps the violin that made her famous two decades ago. Martinez,...