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Saint Kitts and Nevis

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  • Marvin Bracy wins U.S. indoor title in the 60 meter dash

    Former Boone star and Florida State football player Marvin Bracy punctuated his move to professional track with a win in the 60 meter dash at the 2014 USA Indoor Championships at Albuquerque Convention Center.
  • Injured bald eagle recovering at Willowbrook Wildlife Center

     Injured bald eagle recovering at Willowbrook Wildlife Center
    An injured bald eagle that appeared to have been shot is recovering at the Willowbrook Wildlife Center in Glen Ellyn. The bird was discovered in late February in Oak Lawn and has been undergoing treatment at the center. It will be several more weeks...

    Pasadena City College's Omhunique Browne hopes to deliver in Curacao, Colombia

    Fresh off winning two state championships, Pasadena City College track and field freshman Omhunique Browne has made it known that she’s not taking the summer off. The San Marino High alumnae announced her intentions to compete for the national team...

    Port of Call Spotlight: Basseterre, St. Kitts

    Port of Call Spotlight: Basseterre, St. Kitts
    Unspoiled St. Kitts and Nevis, its smaller sister island, welcome cruise passengers with a lush landscape including rain forests, mountains and dormant volcanoes, 18th century sugar plantation heritage, and wonderful beaches some white sanded, others with...

    Port of Call Spotlight: British Virgin Islands

    Port of Call Spotlight: British Virgin Islands
    The British Virgin Islands, in the northeastern Caribbean, beckon cruise passengers with their unspoiled coves and hidden bays. Sparsely populated --the islands, with a land area of 59 square miles, are inhabited by some 22,700 people --they were...