One year after oil started spilling in the Gulf of Mexico... there will be vigils along the shore from Florida to Louisiana where many are still suffering.

Fox News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports from Grand Isle, LA:

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The disaster aboard the Deepwater Horizon oil rig led to the deaths of eleven workers. Over the next 85 days, 206 million gallons of oil spewed from the well, washing up on the shores along the Gulf Coast -- hurting local fishermen who could not fish in the oil soaked waters, and the tourism industry. Today is not only the 1 year anniversary, but also the deadline for parties seeking damages to join a federal lawsuit against the oil rig's owner, Transocean.

Fox News Radio's Eben Brown reports from Miami:

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The rig explosion of Deepwater Horizon quickly grew into the nation's worst environmental disaster.

Dr. George Crozier with the National Wildlife Federation says hundreds of dead dolphins have washed ashore - as government scientists rate the health of the Gulf as almost back to normal.

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Scientist Doug Inkley with the National Wildlife Federation says studies into the deaths of dolphins along the Gulf Coast are not being conducted transparently.

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...so how does BP look, one year later? Pretty strong, in some ways... reports Fox News Radio's Alastair Wanklyn:

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Florida Governor Rick Scott says he's making sure BP is compensating his state -- so they can promote the fact that their coast is clean and ready to receive tourists.

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