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Coast Guard boat pilot sentenced to three months

Coast Guard petty officer Paul Ramos will serve three months in a military jail and lose both a rank and $1,300 in pay for his role in the death of a California boy in December 2009, according a sentence handed down Wednesday by a military jury.

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Groups ask EPA to ensure E10 will be available

Auto, marine, motorcycle, outdoor power equipment, personal watercraft and snowmobile groups filed a petition asking the Environmental Protection Agency to ensure the continued sale and availability of gasoline blends that are no more than 10 percent ethanol.

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Hurricane names dropped from rotation

Two hurricane names in the Atlantic were retired from the official name rotation by the World Meteorological Organization's hurricane committee because of the deaths and damage they caused in 2010.

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After tsunami, California harbor back in business

The waters were calm and few boats motored through the Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor Wednesday, the first full day the entire harbor was open after a tsunami struck the area nearly two weeks ago.

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Solo circumnavigation record hindered by weather

French solo sailor Thomas Coville is attempting to break Francis Joyon's IDEC solo Round-the-World Record - the Jules Verne Trophy record - aboard trimaran Sodebo.

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