Manicurist Cenita Scott posted a photo on Instagram of her fingernail to show her support for President Barack Obama. “My ultimate dream is to manicure the first lady and, of course, the president,” Scott says of her elaborate manicure. The Manicure and The Artist Scott arrived in Charlotte on Sunday sporting Barack Obama’s […]
Tropical storm Isaac ‘could rival Katrina as CATEGORY TWO hurricane’ as it turns west and heads for New Orleans seven years after disaster It has been 7 years since Katrina hit New Orleans with a deadly force killing at least 1,836 people and causing a damage of $110 billion. DailyNews reported that The National Hurricane […]
Medical examiners are due to conduct a preliminary autopsy Monday on Billy Mays, the man with the booming voice famous for fronting products such as OxiClean and Orange Glo in TV commercials. The procedure will take about four hours, the Hillsborough medical examiner’s office told CNN. The pitchman was pronounced dead at his home near Tampa, Florida, Sunday morning, after his wife, Deborah, found him unresponsive, Tampa police said
Four teenage boys in Tampa, Florida, were charged as adults Wednesday on allegations of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy.
Florida’s Gulf Coast was crawling with shady real estate investors like Neil Husani during this decade’s housing boom. According to the U.S. Attorney’s office in Tampa, Husani and three co-conspirators working with his Sarasota-based Capital Force, Inc., bilked seven area banks out of $83 million in a mortgage fraud scheme.
Clinging to an overturned boat for two days, Nick Schuyler kept going back to one thought: he didn’t want his mother to attend his funeral, Schuyler’s doctor told reporters Wednesday. “He was in the water for about 46-47 hours,” said Dr.
The Coast Guard ended its search Tuesday for two professional football players and a third man lost at sea, leaving the families to cope with unknown fates of the men and to organize a private search.
The Coast Guard ended its search Tuesday for two professional football players and a third man lost at sea, leaving the families to cope with unknown fates of the men and to organize a private search. “There’s a lot of things we have to come to grips with — we’ve all agreed unanimously we won’t give up hope,” said Bruce Cooper, father of Oakland Raiders linebacker Marquis Cooper. Cooper, NFL free agent Corey Smith and former college football player William Bleakley are missing, with authorities believing a fishing boat carrying them and a fourth man overturned Saturday in the Gulf of Mexico
Rescuers seeking three missing boaters, including two NFL players, continued their search through the night and into early Tuesday off Florida’s Gulf Coast. With 2,000 square miles of water to search, the hope was the three were still alive despite having been dumped into the sea during a storm