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  • Boeing files protest over tanker choice

    Boeing Co. launched what may be its biggest political fight in decades Tuesday as it seeks to reverse the awarding of a $40-billion defense contract to a joint U.S.-European entry headed by Northrop Grumman Corp. The aerospace giant said it was "not...
  • 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......
  • Natalie Tysdal

    Natalie Tysdal
    Natalie Tysdal anchors the news and talk show "Everyday" which airs at 10:00 a.m. on FOX31 Denver. Prior to that, Natalie anchored the Emmy-award winning News2 This Morning. Since joining KWGN in 2002, the show was continually named Colorado's #1 local...
  • Leslie Carto

    Leslie Carto
    From the time she walked into class until the bell rang, Leslie Carto’s high school history teacher only allowed her to ask two questions.  The would-be reporter used up too much class time.  Since there is always so much more to learn, Carto...
  • Pentagon Delays Air Force Tanker Decision

    The Defense Department will push back its decision on a $35 billion tanker contract to the next administration, delaying again the hotly disputed competition between Boeing and Northrop Grumman to replace the Air Force's aging aerial refueling fleet.     ...
  • Local Hurricane Preparations

    The U.S. Coast Guard is standing by, ready to rescue. They've arranged for helicopters and planes from Mobile, Alabama to fly into Ellington Field in Houston. After Gustav makes landfall, pilots say they will use about six aircrafts with hoist cables...
  • Winn-Dixie Re-Openings

    Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. WHAT: As of 12 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 2, Winn-Dixie has reopened all six of its stores in the Biloxi area and the stores in Columbia, Miss. and Mobile, Ala. that had previously closed in anticipation of Hurricane Gustav. The...