Bobby got national coverage! It's in the Onion, but hey - you gotta take what you can get, right? Also today, Benson says he's just fine and Jarvis revisits some of Katrina's biggest whoppers.

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Supporters of the Keystone XL pipeline, which would run from Canada to the Gulf, say the privately funded, $8 billion project is a critically needed piece of infrastructure that will create thousands of jobs and make the U.S. dependent on oil from friends, rather than foes.
Friendship 9 convictions thrown out 54 years later; Aaron Hernandez murder trial begins; Cuba leader puts brakes on normalized relations and more national and international news for Thursday, January 29, 2015.
Bobby got national coverage! It's in the Onion, but hey - you gotta take what you can get, right? Also today, Benson says he's just fine and Jarvis revisits some of Katrina's biggest whoppers.
The windfall in coastal-restoration money Louisiana hopes to gain from the Deepwater Horizon disaster took at least a $240 million hit last week when a federal judge ruled that BP spilled 3.19 million barrels into the Gulf of Mexico, not the 4.19 million claimed by the federal government.
Drago’s is back in town scouting locations — a story first reported by ABiz in 2012 — and has narrowed its decision to three potential sites.
South African company says it’s delaying plans for its $14 billion project near Lake Charles.
She says maybe it’s the predictability of knowing the next bend in the road. But, whatever the case it’s bettering a tough situation. Seth is not alone. Reports of children on the autism spectrum responding to communication with Siri and other technology-based audio communication have been cropping up in the media.
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