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  • Crews find body in Pennsylvania river where man went under

    Crews have found a body in the Ohio River near where a western Pennsylvania was apparently swept away by currents while swimming. Family and friends say Jason Moore was swimming in the river in Monaca when he went under the water about 8 p.m. Wednesday....
  • College Update: Slaught converts strong junior season into spot on U.S. team

    College Update: Slaught converts strong junior season into spot on U.S. team
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Alex Slaught (La Cañada native) Southern California volleyball junior: Slaught turned in a stellar spring and is now poised for an eventful summer. The 6-foot-4 outside hitter,...
  • Boy gets stitches after being bitten by shark on S.C. coast

    There's been another shark attack in the waters off the coast of the Carolinas. Area media outlets report that a 12-year-old boy was bitten while swimming off the Isle of Palms northeast of Charleston, South Carolina on Tuesday. The boy was swimming...
  • Man bitten by shark on NC Outer Banks is 7th this summer

    A shark bit a 68-year-old man several times Wednesday in waist-deep water off North Carolina's Outer Banks, officials said, the seventh in a record-breaking year of shark attacks for the state's coastal waters. A spokeswoman at the Greenville, North...
  • Laurel swimming competition heats up in cooler temperatures

    Laurel swimming competition heats up in cooler temperatures
    Although the weather did not cooperate for week two of the Prince-Mont Swim League action as heavy rain and cooler-than-normal temperatures unceremoniously arrived in the area, most of the scheduled meets continued as planned. For meets involving...
  • Another shark attack hits North Carolina coast

    RALEIGH, N.C. North Carolina experienced its seventh shark attack in a month Wednesday, just as the coast prepared for one of its busiest weekends of the year. A 68-year-old man was bitten by a shark on Ocracoke Island around noon. The man, who has not...
  • Man bitten by shark in N. Carolina's 7th attack in a month

    RALEIGH, N.C. A 68-year-old man was bitten by a shark on Ocracoke Island on Wednesday afternoon the seventh attack off the North Carolina coast in the past month. The man, who has not yet been identified, was swimming 25 to 30 feet offshore in waist-deep...
  • Unseen killer lurking in Florida waters takes Lake County man's life

    Unseen killer lurking in Florida waters takes Lake County man's life
    FRUITLAND PARK — Cason Yeager enjoyed nothing more than being on the water — fishing, drinking beer and hanging out with friends and family was his idea of a good time. That's what the 26-year-old Fruitland Park man had in mind June 14 when...
  • There's a smattering of activities on tap for the Fourth of July weekend

    There's a smattering of activities on tap for the Fourth of July weekend
    If you haven't decided how to celebrate the Fourth of July, check out the following festivities scheduled. • Dade Battlefield Historic State Park, 7200 County Road 603, Bushnell in Sumter County will have a patriotic family fun day from 4 to 8 p.m....
  • For former Louisiana police diver, drowning of Chiefs' Joe Delaney remains haunting

    When the call came over his radio about possible drownings in Chennault Park the afternoon of June 29, 1983, Marvin Dearman of the Monroe Police was patrolling his zone maybe 7 miles from the Louisiana park and the fateful pond by the Critter's Creek...
  • Newport News beaches to face closer monitoring for health risks

    Newport News beaches to face closer monitoring for health risks
    Every summer, health officials regularly sample public beach water to see if there's anything in there that can make people sick. Usually there's not. But if there is, they can issue a swimming advisory or, in extreme cases, close a beach until the water...