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  • Former Midlands mayor named to federal nuclear board - The State

    The State -  A South Carolinian has been asked to serve on the federal body that oversees America's nuclear power plants. President Donald Trump has reportedly named David Wright of Columbia to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, according to a report by WIS TV.
  • Missing Branson man injured in Columbia crash - ABC17News.com

    ABC17News.com -  COLUMBIA, Mo. - A missing endangered person from Branson has been found in Columbia after being injured in an overnight crash. The Branson Police Department confirmed with ABC 17 News that Thomas Harpool's family had been notified he was in the ...
  • Woman dies after boat hits I-205 bridge piling - kgw.com

    kgw.com -  PORTLAND, Ore. -- A woman died after a boat traveling at high speed struck a piling on the north end of the I-205 Glenn Jackson Bridge, according to the Multnomah County sheriff's office. Crews were dispatched about 8:15 p.m. on a report of a sinking ...
  • Woman dies in boating accident on Columbia River - KATU

    KATU -  A woman died in a boating accident Monday night when the boat she was in crashed in the Columbia River and sank. The woman and a man were boating near the Glenn Jackson Bridge when the boat crashed into one of the pylons at around 8:15 p.m. The ...
  • 1 dies in boating accident on Columbia River - KATU

    KATU -  1 dies in boating accident on Columbia River. by KATU.com Staff. A woman died Monday night in a boating accident on the Columbia River. (Photo: Lashay Wesley/KATU News). AA. PORTLAND, Ore. —. A woman died in a boating accident Monday night ...
  • Shaker softball outlasts Columbia in Class AA - Albany Times Union

    Albany Times Union -  Columbia's Maddie Burns (18) pitches against Shaker during a Section II Class AA quarterfinal high school softball game in East Greenbush, N.Y., Monday, May 22, 2017. (Hans Pennink / Special to the Times Union) ... more. Photo: Hans Pennink. Image 2 of ...

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