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          The White Family on St. Croix KNOXVILLE – An American basic cable and satellite television channel owned by Scripps Networks Interactive is premiering an episode of “Caribbean Life” that features St. Croix today. Home & Garden Television (HGTV) Season Four premiere will follow Bruce and

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NASSAU – Yankees great Derek Jeter may be retired, but he’s still got a competitive streak. Alex Mandel — son of Howie Mandel — caught the retired Yankees shortstop playing poker with Michael Jordan and Philadelphia 76ers owner Joshua Harris in the Bahamas on Sunday. In a part of the

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NASSAU — A major operation by the Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU) has dealt a huge blow to drug traffickers in the Bahamas. A stash of 1,449 pounds of cocaine was seized during a bust in the Bahamian island of Bimini, two days before Christmas, and a 41- year old American man

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  HONOLULU — It’s peak tourism season in Hawaii, and the state’s Department of Health has issued a warning for visitors and residents: dengue fever is spreading on the Big Island. At least 150 people on Hawaii Island have been infected with the mosquito-borne virus. Experts say there’s no need

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WASHINGTON – More than 210,000 people suffer an episode of food-borne illness every day in the Americas, including the Caribbean. Half of those afflicted are children under five, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) says. With that in mind, PAHO has recommended five “keys” to safer food for the holiday

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BOULDER, Colo. – Scientists say reconstructing the magnitude of past volcanic eruptions is important in informing predictions about future eruptions and hazards. But this is difficult to accomplish from records on land – old eruptions are often eroded away, buried beneath later eruptions, or obscured by vegetation and soil. Because

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FORT-DE-FRANCE – Martinique is just the latest Caribbean country or territory in the Americas to report autochthonous, or local transmission of Zika virus, according to a Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Epidemiological report this week. This makes the island in the Lesser Antilles in the eastern Caribbean Sea the 11th

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COZUMEL – An 8-year-old boy drowned onboard Liberty of the Seas on Monday. According to a letter from Royal Caribbean to the guests onboard the ship on the Cruise Law News site, the young child drowned in one of the ship’s pools. The boy was spotted by one of the

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DEAD FROM SWINE FLU AT 28: Stacy Ramkissoon PORT OF SPAIN – The Ministry of Health is awaiting the result of an autopsy on the body of Stacy Ramkissoon, to confirm that she died from the H1N1 (swine flu) virus. If confirmed, it will be the fourth known swine flu

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ORANJESTAD – One of seven Venezuelan men whose boat capsized near Aruba died after he was attacked by a shark while being rescued, the Dutch Caribbean Coast Guard said Monday. Two other men perished when they sank with the vessel. Spokesman Roderick Gouverneur told The Associated Press that the shark

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