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  • Remember, Binghamton has few alums in Mobile, Ala.

     
    Speaking of complicated NCAA decisions (see post below), I figured many Binghamton alums would be annoyed with CBS for dumping the game against Duke so quickly. Having waited since the dawn of time to see their team in the tournament,......
  • Oil spill renews off-shore drilling debate

     
    by Jim Tankersley The growing oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico was designated a spill of national significance and three top Cabinet officials will tour the site, the federal government said today as it stepped up efforts to deal......
  • Now playing on the FAU Bus Trip to Mobile....

     
    So, what do you do on a two-day bus ride from Boca Raton to Mobile, Alabama? Watch movies or stare out the window and realize how empty the central part of Florida is since the only civilization between Fort......
  • Gulf oil spill forces cancellation of Gulf Coast sportfishing tournaments

     
    In what is likely a harbinger of things to come, at least a dozen sportfishing tournaments have already been canceled in the Gulf Coast, victims of the massive BP oil spill. Kevin Sluder, chairman of the Pensacola Big Game Fishing......
  • Gulf oil spill: Florida fears contamination

     
    A sunny afternoon on the coast of West Florida turned gloomy Thursday with the dread that a strong wind could push sticky, toxic petroleum onto its sugar-sand beaches and wildlife-rich wetlands. It felt like the sobering moments before a hurricane’s.......
  • Gulf oil spill: BP payments for lost income to be taxed

     
    Oil spill victims who receive BP payments for lost income will have to shell out money come tax time. Under current law, such payments will be taxed by the Internal Revenue Service, just as normal income is, according to a......
  • 'Louie': Coming back down to Earth (in more ways than one)

     
    One of the things I've really liked about "Louie" so far is its gentle humanism. The show is genuinely interested in people being people, and even though series star Louis C.K. has a pretty grim outlook on the human race,......
  • Michigan-Alabama game still on hold

     
    Michigan-Alabama game still on hold A talk surrounding a possible Michigan-Alabama game to open 2012 has slowed down with both sides now saying nothing is imminent....
  • Pit bull who was set on fire and beaten attends his abuser's parole hearing

     
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- A scarred but friendly pit bull named Louis Vuitton was the star witness Tuesday as an Alabama state board denied parole for the man convicted of spraying him with lighter fluid, setting him on fire and beating......
  • From Marlin To Mackerel, Gulf Anglers Out Of Luck

    From Marlin To Mackerel, Gulf Anglers Out Of Luck
    Anglers hoping to hook blue marlin, tuna, swordfish, mackerel and other prizes catches in sport fishing tournaments along the Gulf Coast are mostly out of luck because of the massive oil spill fouling the waters. At least a dozen tournaments have been...
  • New, Giant Sea Oil Plume Seen In Gulf

    New, Giant Sea Oil Plume Seen In Gulf
    Marine scientists have discovered a massive new plume of what they believe to be oil deep beneath the Gulf of Mexico, stretching 22 miles from the leaking wellhead northeast toward Mobile Bay, Alabama. The discovery by researchers on the University of...
  • Gulf Coast Awaits Word That Oil Flow Has Stopped

    Gulf Coast Awaits Word That Oil Flow Has Stopped
    It could be late Friday or over the Memorial Day weekend before the world knows if BP's latest effort has succeeded in stopping the surge of oil in the Gulf of Mexico that has already surpassed the Exxon Valdez disaster as the biggest oil spill in U.S....