Leaky LSU Defense Gets Return of Divinity For Championship Stretch
Star linebacker Michael Divinity left the team for personal reasons before the Alabama game. After missing two games, he returned to practice Monday.LSU head coach Ed Orgeron told the press this week he shoulders the blame for his Tigers allowing so many points and yards the last two weeks. The other was a 46-41 win over then-No. 3 Alabama.
A Florida fisherman believes the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s aquatic spraying program is destroying Lake Okeechobee’s vegetation and causing fish to suffer from deformities, CBS 12 News reported.
According to, Jason Blair noticed something odd going on at Lake Okeechobee during his recent fishing trips.
“Week after week, day after day, we’re pulling out damaged fish with tumors and burn marks on their sides and it’s just a terrible thing,” said Blair. “Tumors on a fish is definitely unusual and something I have not seen before until the last couple of months in these heavily sprayed areas.”
Man Found Burned After Suspected Drug Lab Explodes In Million-Dollar Arcadia Home
Officers were sent to the 2500 block of South Second Avenue at about 10:50 p.m. Monday to check out a report of a car that had crashed into a home. They didn’t find any sort of collision – but they did find there had been an explosion at the home. The officers’ preliminary investigation found the explosion was possibly related to a cannabis extraction lab. Hazardous materials were also found inside the home, so a hazmat team was called to the scene and nearby residents were briefly evacuated until it was deemed safe. One man was taken to the hospital with burn injuries.
Blair believes the FWC is to blame, citing their recent chemical spraying on Lake Okeechobee. He now plans on protesting the agency.
“They’re out here everyday spraying, spraying, spraying and all that stuff is coating the bottom of the lake with muck and mud,” Blair said.
According to the report, FWC officials say the herbicide spraying is necessary to control the spread of non-native invasive plants.
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Female fish can create entirely new species if her partner is attractive enough .
Dashing strangers can lure female cichlids into adventurous breedingThe study, published Wednesday in the journal Nature Communications, examined 2,000 fish from from two freshwater lakes in East Africa, along with DNA analysis of more than 400 cichlid fish (tilapia is a cichlid fish, for example). More than 40 new species were found in one of the lakes -- Lake Mweru. The hybrid offspring can feed on things their parents can't, invade new habitats, and swim into deeper waters than their ancestors.