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Boat parade dedicated to boy killed in boating accident

This year's San Diego Bay Parade of Lights will be dedicated to the memory of Anthony DeWeese, the 8-year-old boy killed during the event last December.

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Crew convicted of covering up oil pollution

Atlas Ship Management Ltd., a Turkish Corporation, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Tampa, Fla., to federal charges of making false statements and knowingly failing to accurately maintain an oil record book as required by international treaty and U.S. law, Assistant Attorney General Ignacia S. Moreno and U.S. Attorney Robert E. O'Neill announced Friday.

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Historic yacht sets sail for California

A 53-foot yacht is leaving Lake Mead and a colorful past in its wake.

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Teen sailor begins solo Atlantic crossing

Dutch/New Zealander Laura Dekker was scheduled to depart the Cape Verde Islands Thursday to begin her attempted crossing of the Atlantic as part of a solo westward circumnavigation.

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Boat retailer uses Craigslist to catch thieves

A Wake Forest, N.C., boating store owner used Craigslist to get back more than $1,000 in equipment, including six canoes, a kayak and a trailer, that were stolen from the business in October.

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