AOL.COM - Scientists exploring marine life in the Gulf of Mexico earlier this year uncovered a shipwreck site believed to be 200 years old. The site was scattered with cannons, muskets and a variety of other items, according to the Department of Interior's Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM).
The site was first discovered in 2011 when the Shell Oil Company was conducting a gas survey of the area and saw an unknown object on their sonar, the BOEM said in a press release yesterday. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) was planning a 56-day expedition of the area the following spring, so government officials requested that they also check out the site and see what they could find. click here to read more
Wednesday, December 4 2013 10:20 AM EST2013-12-04 15:20:11 GMT
KHQ.COM - If you've ever walked down Frederick near Monroe in north Spokane around this time of year, you've seen it.>>
KHQ.COM - If you've ever walked down Frederick near Monroe in north Spokane around this time of year, you've seen it. How could you not? "Once you start, it has to look halfway decent or else you shouldn't be doing it," Al Materi told KHQ's Kelsey Watts.>>
Tuesday, December 3 2013 5:02 PM EST2013-12-03 22:02:15 GMT
SPOKANE, Wash. - Cynthia Phan has been wondering about and searching for her father since she can remember.>>
SPOKANE, Wash. - Cynthia Phan has been searching for her father since she can remember. She was born in Vietnam during the war from a Vietnamese mother and an American father, serving in the U.S. army. When her father returned to the U.S., all he left was his photo and a love note; those two things have driven Cynthia for 40+ years to find the man she could call father. >>