Deepwater Horizon El Faro Hearings Start Tuesday; Mark First Major Coast Guard Probe Since BP Oil Spill By Ryan Benk • Feb 12, 2016 Cyd Hoskinson / WJCT News More than four months after the El Faro cargo ship sank in the Caribbean, Coast Guard officials are gearing up for hearings next week in Jacksonville to find out why. The board only investigates the most devastating cases. Listen Listening... / 0:59 Listen to the story airing on 89.9 WJCT Sarasota Researcher Studies Health Of Dolphins Following Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill By Ashley Lopez • May 29, 2014 Listen Listening... / A researcher in Sarasota is helping federal officials figure out whether dolphins were affected by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. First Read: Thursday, March 6, 2014 By Patrick Donges • Mar 6, 2014 JaxScore, Shad Khan, and the St. Johns River are in the headlines today. Advocates Call For Investment In Gulf Coast Economy, Environment With Deepwater Spill Funds By Melissa Ross & Aaron Badida • Jan 21, 2014 U.S. Coast Guard / Wikimedia Commons In a departure from past responses to violations of the Clean Water Act, Congress is looking to disperse fines from BP in a way that will benefit the economies most affected by the spill. Hands Across the Sand: A Movement To Fight Offshore Drilling By Melissa Ross • May 15, 2013 www.handsacrossthesand.org Local citizens will be joining hands on Saturday, May 18th, at the St. Augustine Beach Pier to stand in solidarity against offshore drilling – in Florida and throughout the world. It's part of the annual global event, Hands Across the Sand.