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Carnival Ecstasy, had to make a sharp turn to avoid the buoy Wednesday afternoon.
Rescue crews have covered the 1, 940-square-mile search area by air 12 times and by boat five times, Petty Officer Casey Baker said Thursday. The boats continued searching all night.
Among the 911 calls about the plane crash are those from people shopping and working at stores across the highway.
The Oakland hospital and the two city agencies violated numerous state health and safety standards.
Child care and early education providers who are making a difference in the lives of children throughout San Diego County will be honored for their dedication to quality child care at PETCO Park on Sunday, May 2, at 1 p.m.
The 2nd International Swine Flu Conference will occur in Washington, DC on August 18-19 to be followed by all day hands-on workshops on the 20th.
Health and Safety Institute (HSI) announces the launch of First Safety Institute (FSI) joining American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI), MEDIC First Aid, 24-7 EMS, 24-7 Fire, and EMP Canada as the newest member of the largest privately held emergency care and response training organization in the world.
The West Virginia Sheriffs Association has been awarded a Best Dressed distinction by NAUMD (North-American Association of Uniform Manufacturers and Dealers).
Officials in Lee County Public Safety don't hesitate to say that Bonita Springs already is receiving adequate ambulance service.
By the time fire crews arrived, the dead foliage had apparently shifted and was preventing the 28-year-old worker from breathing.