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COKI POINT BEACH: DPNR says the popular St. Thomas beach should be avoided as it failed to meet acceptable water quality standards in testing conducted this week. CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Three beaches in the territory failed water quality testing and should be avoided by swimmers and fishermen, according to the latest

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BLUEBEARD’S BEACH: The same St. Thomas has failed water quality testing twice in three weeks, according to DPNR. Swimmers and fishermen are urged to avoid it, the environmental agency said. CHARLOTTE AMALIE — For the second time in three weeks the same beach in the territory failed water quality testing and

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UVI MAKING MARINE STRIDES: UVI Marine Center recently documented its 100th turtle in the territory. CHARLOTTE AMALIE –– The University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) Center for Marine and Environmental Science and the VI Sea Turtle Project (VISTP) documented their 100th sea turtle last month, hitting a major milestone for

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FRANK BAY: This beautiful St. John beach should be avoided by swimmers and fishermen, according to DPNR. CRUZ BAY — One beach in the territory failed water quality testing and should be avoided by swimmers and fishermen, according to the latest Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) Beach Advisory. DPNR

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DRAINING THE SWAMP: President Trump is not expected to ask Congress to supplement funding for Zika virus tracking that is slated to end this summer. ATLANTA — Federal monies that have helped states and territories track the Zika virus may come to an end by this summer, putting at risk

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A TIME TO DIG … A HOLE IN THE GROUND: Gov. Kenneth Mapp and members of his administration and construction crew, do what they know best … present themselves as if they were working. CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Gov. Kenneth Mapp, members of his administration, and an official of the Federal Highway

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EAST END ROAD: St. Croix thugs followed this road East (here shown near Canegata Ballpark) and purposely collided with another vehicle, in the confusion that resulted — one woman was snatched from the vehicle, taken away from the accident scene and brutally raped. CHRISTIANSTED — On Saturday, May 6, 2017

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TOO SEXY FOR HIS/HER SHIRT? Filipino “men” are coming to the U.S. Virgin Islands to teach underage boys and become role models for our impressionable youths, instructing them in the questionable ways of  an uncivilized part of Asia and their permissive, anti-Christian Asian culture … but not Caribbean culture …

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BLUEBEARD’S BEACH: In St. Thomas, only one beach failed water quality testing, according to DPNR. Swimmers and fishermen are urged to avoid it, the environmental agency said.   CHARLOTTE AMALIE — One beach in the territory failed water quality testing and should be avoided by swimmers and fishermen, according to the

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CALIFOR-TIFICATION: The California Academy of Sciences is working with The Nature Conservancy to “seed” coral reefs in the region. ADVERTORIAL: To find out how you can help someone with a gambling addiction, press play below: SAN JUAN — With the Global Coral Restoration Project, SECORE International, the California Academy of

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