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Massive Shark Tagged By OCEARCH Science Team

A massive great white shark has been successfully tagged off the coast of Cape Cod. The 12-and-a-half-foot female named "Betsy" weighed in at 14-hundred pounds.

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Barge Sideswipes Tugboat in Cape Cod Canal

The Coast Guard and other responders came to the aid of a New York bound barge late Tuesday night.

The 410-foot barge Alexander was being towed through the Cape Cod Canal by the 112-foot tugboat Doris Moran when the tug lost power before midnight

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Kt Ann,flickr

Train Hits Truck On Cape Cod

Two people are injured after their pickup truck got hit by a tourist train on Cape Cod.

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Cape Cod Beach Briefly Closed After Shark Sighting

A Cape Cod National Seashore beach was temporarily closed to swimming after visitors and lifeguards saw a shark about 30 yards offshore.

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The Ocearch docked in New Bedford
The Ocearch docked in New Bedford

Ocearch To Set Sail

With August approaching, shark sighting off of Cape Cod are expected to increase. The research vessel Ocearch is docked in New Bedford preparing to embark on it's 17th expedition studying sharks.

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Ashumet Pond in Mashpee Drowning Victim Found

Dive teams from local fire departments found the body of 43 year old Dwayne Morris of East Falmouth Sunday afternoon.

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More Great White Sharks Spotted off Cape Cod

More sharks have been spotted prowling the waters off Cape Cod.

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How Did Cape Cod Get Its Name?

For you local trivia buffs, how did Cape Cod actually get its name?

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YouTube

Second Man Dies In Bourne Hit-And-Run

A second man has died from a hit-and-run near the Sagamore Bridge last week.

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TSM

NOAA Proposes To Open Areas For Fishing Off Cape Cod

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announces a proposal to open some areas to ground fishing that have been off limits for nearly 20 years.

The proposal states there are three offshore areas under consideration for opening to the South and East of Cape Cod

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