JACKSONVILLE — For the first time in their 5-month-old lives, conjoined twins Carter and Conner squirmed in separate cribs.
When she got the call, Lindsay told herself not to get excited. So many things could still go wrong. Remember what happened last time?
Here we are again, on the edge of our seats, our flags unfurled, our overpasses adorned with lightning bolts. The hockey team from Tampa Bay is again making a run at greatness, up two games to none against the longest continuously operating professional ice hockey organization in the world.
"Gyrocopter" became a term of interest when Ruskin postal carrier Doug Hughes landed his on the U.S. Capitol lawn last month to deliver letters of protest about campaign finance reform. But the adventures of gyrocopters — specifically the Bensen Gyrocopter, named for Russian emigre Dr. Igor Bensen, …
CLEARWATER — He looked straight ahead as he threaded through the crowded courtroom, packed with more than 50 people who had filled in for his family.
Sister Miriam Cosgrove peeled back the black plastic tarp that covered a 250-gallon fish tank. The tilapia inside swam to the surface. "A feeding frenzy," Cosgrove, 73, said as the fish fought for each pellet of food that the Catholic sister dropped into the water.
It's not something you see every day.
Even if you're an underwater explorer.
Scientists monitoring the ROV Hercules got a rare thrill recently when a sperm whale came into contact with its remotely operated underwater vehicle nearly 2,000 feet below the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana.
For a long time after he was sent back to Florida, Davion didn't want to talk.
By LANE DeGREGORY
Times Staff Writer
SEMINOLE — The last scrapbook has lots of blank pages. ¶ It ends on the first day of January, with the Boston Globe's Year in Review. "Gone but not forgotten," the headline says. The full-page photo is of her husband wearing his Red Sox …
After 60 years of performing professionally, Tommy Johnson knows what gets people going, and he aims to please.