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Murder trial in boat death begins

A Kentucky doctor accused of murder in the 2009 death of his wife, who was run over by the family pontoon boat on their 21st wedding anniversary, told a file clerk in his Kentucky office he had fallen in love with her and wanted to divorce his wife eventually, the clerk testified Tuesday.



Rebuilding process starts at famed pier

A new floating cement dock could be ready in less than a week at Menemsha Harbor, Mass., the site of a major fire last month. But the former Coast Guard boathouse remains a burned pile of rubble and local officials don't expect a car-friendly pier to be ready until next summer.



Rocket boats ready to rumble

The sound of cresting waves will be drowned out by the roar of 1,500-hp engines Saturday and Sunday as Super Boat International descends on Florida's Port Canaveral and Cocoa Beach for Super Boat Thunder On the Beach.



Kayaker survives great white attack

A San Francisco Bay area kayaker lived a real-life shark tale and survived to talk about it when he came face-to-face with a great white shark over the weekend while fishing from his kayaking.



Man found dead after boat mishap

Boston marine police pull the body of a 47-year-old man from the water the day after he had tried to swim to shore after his 21-foot boat began to take on water about 7 p.m.



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