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Military Officials Outline Hurricane Relief Efforts

The numerous natural disasters of the past couple of weeks have cut a wide swath across the United States from Florida and the Caribbean region to the West Coast, Air Force Maj. Gen. Derek P. Rydholm, deputy to the chief of the Air Force Reserve told Pentagon reporters today.

Matthew KentFT. PIERCE, Fla.--Florida public assistance fraud case results in 9 arrests - A regional sweep by law enforcement agencies resulted in nine arrests in cases of public assistance fraud throughout the Treasure Coast
Matthew KentUPDATE: Child recovered in Ohio Amber Alert - The 18-month-old child in an Ohio Amber Alert has been recovered, Ft. Pierce, Fla. police said Tuesday.
Matthew KentBREAKING NEWS: Amber Alert issued for Middleton, Ohio 18-month-old child - Police in Ft. Pierce, Fla. are searching for a vehicle in connection with an Amber Alert out of Middleton, Ohio
Matthew KentFt. Pierce man dies in hospital as a result of Thanksgiving day accident - A Ft. Pierce man died of his injuries Saturday at St. Mary’s Medical Center 10 days after being struck by a vehicle as he rode his bicycle.
Melissa AustriaA Witness Follows Suspect in a Hit-and-Run - (Ft. Pierce, FL) - A hit-and-run leaves a man unconscious. A witness was on the scene and helped police locate the suspect.
Matthew KentPedestrian Hit on Bicycle - (Ft. Pierce, Fla.) - Driver of vehicle charged with driving without insurance, having an unregistered vehicle, driving while license suspended and for failure to accept a summons
Matthew Kent(Ft. Pierce, Fla.) Man Stabbed with a Machete - A 19-year-old man was stabbed in the head with a machete last Thursday by eight Hispanic males, Ft. Pierce Police investigators said.
Matthew KentFt. Pierce, Florida Man Attacked - (Ft. Pierce, Fla.) A Ft. Pierce man was attacked by an unknown assailant Sunday evening, Ft. Pierce Police said.
Noopur ShrivastavGearing up for the Early Bird catch - Delaware geared up for the Black Friday sales
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)(Ft. Pierce, FL) Angels Look Over the Treasure Coast - "Empower people to help themselves, build self-esteem and confidence, arm them with responsibility and you tap into the greatest source of lasting good possible."
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)The Wrong Brother (Judyth Piazza trains for her record breaking flight ) - Back in the early eighties the Wrong Brothers set an over water record flight in Hawaii. They were sponsored by the Honolulu Advertiser and Good Morning America.
Noopur ShrivastavLittle Care, Big Lesson - She was afraid of the anger of hurricane Wilma, that is why the caring hands of her holder strapped her to the trunk of the palm tree.
Maria MarchiselloTo Hell And Back--Every Day - Sirens, smoke, lives saved and lives lost--find out what's all in a day's work for the brave few known as firefighters.
Maria GrellaChanging the Face of New Orleans - Along with structurally rebuilding New Orleans, the culture may also be altered, as new faces move in. Hurricane Katrina left 140,000 homes damaged or destroyed.
Matthew KentImmigration is Still a Problem for the United States - Investigator: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service 'in disarray'
Sean StubblefieldNo Flight Plan - Charter airplane stolen in Florida over the weekend was found in Georgia. Are smaller airports unprotected by Homeland Security?
Yvonne Battle-FeltonBaltimore: The City That Leaves (if necessary) - There are as many types of disasters as there are ways to provide contingencies for them. With that in mind, Baltimore officials are partnering with local agencies and neighboring counties to re-evaluate current disaster plans.
Noopur ShrivastavSoon the Chortle will Stop - The first thing I hear when I wake up is their cheen cheen… They call me by my window.
Maria MarchiselloNecessary Precaution Or Unnecessary Risk: Philadelphians Are Denied Evacuation Plans - Do you know your city's plans for evacuation in an emergency? The residents of Philadelphia do not. City officials are keeping Philadelphia's evacuation plans confidential to protect them from the prying eyes of terrorists. Unfortunately, the plans are also being kept from the prying eyes of Philadelphia's 1.5 million innocent citizens.
Ashley PalmerKatrina: Chaos in a World of Freedom - Earlier this month, there were two forces battling it out. It was a battle that would eventually cost many lives.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Sebastian, FL - Aglow Women Around the World are Women of Prayer. - A few months ago, Aglow International embellished the Treasure Coast with a new sector known as the Sebastian Community Aglow. These women bond their hearts together in prayer and then respond to God's unique call as an apostolic body of influence for vi
Inactive WriterKatrina's Aftermath - Racial favoritism in the media coverage of hurricane Katrina's aftermath.
Sean StubblefieldAnd The Good News Is - Hurricane Katrina ruined the lives of many. Let us take a moment to pause and consider the good that comes with the bad.
Matthew KentIllinois Gov. Blagojevich sends help to Katrina victims - Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has ordered state schools in Illinois to assist displaced victims of Hurricane Katrina and has ordered National Guardsmen to Louisiana
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)(Developing Story) Hurricane Katrina puts the Breaks on Gas Shipments in Indian River County Florida - Indian River County, FL - County Commissioner, Wesley Davis stated late Wednesday evening, August 31, 2005, that as a result of damage caused by hurricane Katrina there could be a shortage of gas in Indian River County as well as the State of Florida.
Matthew KentGas Prices Are Skyrocketing - Gas prices expected to increase further across the country as hurricane Katrina causes devastation.
Matthew KentBREAKING NEWS: ABC Anchor Peter Jennings Dead at 67 - As a journalism student in college, I know what it means to be a journalist. And I certainly can thank Peter Jennings for being my major inspiration
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