|Supreme Court Denies BP's Appeal on Claims
Nearly five years after the massive spill, the U.S. Supreme Court has denied hearing BP's appeal on private and business claims, meaning the British oil giant must continue to make the payments on the $7.8 billion agreed on for those claims after the spill. Video
|Local Fishermen Continue to Struggle After BP Oil Spill
The Deepwater Horizon oil disaster claimed 11 lives in 2010, but has continued to affect both the environment and countless industries along the Gulf Coast. Video
|Local Fishermen Show Officials Struggles After Oil Spill
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill was one of the worst ecological disasters in history, and Monday, local fishermen took a big step forward in the recovery process. Video
|Initiative Trains Local Youth in Coastal Restoration to Assist in Gulf Oil Spill Recovery
Through the Gulf Coast Restoration Initiative, teens and young adults gain skills in aquatic resource management and coastal habitat monitoring.
|Fishermen Still Suffering from Effects of BP Oil Spill
On May 2nd, 2010, 12 days following the explosion and fire of the Deepwater Horizon, N.O.A.A. closed 6,817 square miles of the Gulf of Mexico to commercial and recreational fishing. Video
|Coast Observes 4th Anniversary of BP Oil Spill This Sunday
Sunday marks the four year anniversary of the BP oil spill. Video
|Mississippi Is the First Gulf State to Receive Restoration Planning Money
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality
(M.D.E.Q.) Tuesday announced receipt of a $3.6 million grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
|Coast Still Not Back to Normal on 4th Anniversary of BP Spill
Sunday is the four year anniversary of the BP oil spill. Even after four years, the Gulf Coast is still feeling the side effects of the spill. Video
|Gulf Groups Mark Fourth Year Since BP Disaster
Call for BP to “come clean,” transparency, and public participation in restoration efforts.