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  • America's Cup sailor killed, boat capsizes during training

    A member of the Swedish team competing in the America's Cup died Thursday afternoon after a catamaran capsized during a training exercise on the San Francisco Bay. The U.S. Coast Guard received a report of a capsized vessel on the northwest side of...
  • America's Cup: Sailor killed in capsized boat an Olympic medalist

    A Swedish racing team identified a British Olympic gold medalist as the sailor killed when a catamaran capsized during training for the America's Cup on Thursday on the San Francisco Bay. Artemis Racing confirmed that Andrew "Bart" Simpson was trapped...
  • Get out and get festive: Spring and summer festivals in Hampton Roads

    Get out and get festive: Spring and summer festivals in Hampton Roads
    Dust off those party clothes and dig out that crazy hat. It's the time of year when folks in our part of Virginia get together to celebrate in the fresh air and sunshine. If you're looking to socialize and depressurize, you're in luck. Festivals devoted...
  • Artists Create A Poetry Walk Along Seaside At UConn In Groton

    Artists Create A Poetry Walk Along Seaside At UConn  In Groton
    David Madacsi has an ambiguous relationship with the ocean. His home along the Mystic River flooded during Hurricane Sandy. A mooring buoy with a rusty chain was one of the pieces of detritus that washed onto his property. He intended to throw it away,...
  • Officials identify silvery substance at Indiana beaches

    Officials identify silvery substance at Indiana beaches
    The U.S. Coast Guard and Indiana environmental officials continued Tuesday to investigate the origins of a silvery substance that was found in southern Lake Michigan, causing some beaches to clear bathers from the water. Swimmers along Porter Beach at...
  • War of 1812: A bloody battle rages on the York

    War of 1812: A bloody battle rages on the York
    Like any other savvy skipper on the Chesapeake Bay, Capt. Samuel Travis took extra care when he moored his ship in the York River on the windless evening of June 12, 1813. For more than four months, the sailors and marines of a relentless Royal Navy...
  • Dead diver had separated from his class, officials say

    Dead diver had separated from his class, officials say
    The missing diver rescued off Shaw's Cove in Laguna Beach became separated from his classmates during a class dive, Laguna Beach lifeguard officials said Monday. Mark Gibbs, a 51-year-old Tustin resident, died at 1:28 p.m. Friday at Hoag Hospital in...
  • Opinion: U.S. Must Confront Terrorism's Presence

    Make no mistake: The bombs that went off at the end of the Boston Marathon were acts of terror. We do not yet know whether they were foreign, domestic or homegrown acts of terror, but nonetheless, they were terrorist acts. Did the bombers act because it...
  • Our Picks: Holiday and Winter Concerts Around New Haven

    Our Picks: Holiday and Winter Concerts Around New Haven
    The spreading of holiday cheer, musically: The Civic Orchestra of New Haven, featuring the Waterbury Youth Chorus: Dec. 16, 3 p.m., $10-$15 suggested donation, Battell Chapel, 400 College St., New Haven, conh.org. Jewish Unity Concert featuring 8th...
  • Boat carrying a ton of marijuana runs aground

    A sailboat carrying 80 to 90 bales of marijuana ran aground in Newport Beach Monday after the U.S. Coast Guard attempted to stop and board it, authorities said. During a routine patrol, a Coast Guard crew saw a sailboat entering Newport Harbor near...
  • Boat carrying ton of marijuana runs aground; search on for 2 men

    Two men who ran aground a boat carrying about a ton of marijuana in Newport Beach remain at large, police said Tuesday morning. No arrests have been made in the Monday morning incident in which a U.S. Coast Guard crew attempted to board a sailboat for a...
  • Police: Windsurfer fine after falling into lake on Far North Side

    Police: Windsurfer fine after falling into lake on Far North Side
    A reportedly experienced Chicago windsurfer fell into the waters of Lake Michigan near a Rogers Park beach but got to shore safely on his own and was not injured this afternoon. Two calls came in about 4:30 p.m. reporting a person who was in the water...