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@AP assistant sports editor for 10 eastern US states. College hoops, fantasy sports. News. Past lives: HI, Vegas, NE, CA. ogarcia@ap.org.

I'm AP's assistant sports editor for sports in the eastern region, leading a team of a dozen reporters in 10 states. If it's got sports involved in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New Jersey or Massachusetts, I'm your dude.

Previous gigs with the AP include Hawaii, Las Vegas and Omaha, Neb. I started my career as an AP intern in ...

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Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress - Watertown Daily Times Online : National

wdtimes.com — But she hoped to fulfill the dying wish of U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye, a beloved Hawaii Democrat who spent five decades in office and wanted her to take his place. The governor, who had the power to appoint a successor after Inouye's death in 2012, picked his second-in-command, Brian Schatz, instead of Hanabusa.

Down to a T: Bartoletta plans for long jump, sprint glory

summergames.ap.org — RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - It's one thing to say you're going to win an Olympic medal or two. It's another to plan out every step in minute detail - on laminated flash cards, even - the way Tianna Bartoletta does.

Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress - The Grand Island Independent: Politics

theindependent.com — The governor, who had the power to appoint a successor after Inouye's death in 2012, picked his second-in-command, Brian Schatz, instead of Hanabusa. With the iconic senator's support propelling her, she challenged Schatz in the Democratic primary in 2014 but lost by less than a percentage point.

Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress - standard-journal.com : AP

standard-journal.com — HONOLULU (AP) - U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa didn't want to leave Washington when she gave up her House seat to run for the Senate two years ago. But she hoped to fulfill the dying wish of U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye, a beloved Hawaii Democrat who spent five decades in office and wanted her to take his place.

Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress - Valley Morning Star : State

Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress - The Bradford Era: News - Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress: News

bradfordera.com — The governor, who had the power to appoint a successor after Inouye's death in 2012, picked his second-in-command, Brian Schatz, instead of Hanabusa. With the iconic senator's support propelling her, she challenged Schatz in the Democratic primary in 2014 but lost by less than a percentage point.

Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress - The Edwardsville Intelligencer : AP General News

theintelligencer.com — The governor, who had the power to appoint a successor after Inouye's death in 2012, picked his second-in-command, Brian Schatz, instead of Hanabusa. With the iconic senator's support propelling her, she challenged Schatz in the Democratic primary in 2014 but lost by less than a percentage point.

Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress - Odessa American: Government

oaoa.com — The governor, who had the power to appoint a successor after Inouye's death in 2012, picked his second-in-command, Brian Schatz, instead of Hanabusa. With the iconic senator's support propelling her, she challenged Schatz in the Democratic primary in 2014 but lost by less than a percentage point.

Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress - Brownsville Herald: Texas

brownsvilleherald.com — The governor, who had the power to appoint a successor after Inouye's death in 2012, picked his second-in-command, Brian Schatz, instead of Hanabusa. With the iconic senator's support propelling her, she challenged Schatz in the Democratic primary in 2014 but lost by less than a percentage point.

Former Hawaii lawmaker seeks bittersweet return to Congress

rapidcityjournal.com — FILE - In this May 2, 2013, file photo, U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa poses for a portrait in Honolulu, Hawaii. Hanabusa didn't want to leave Congress when she gave up
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Aug 21, 2016

One last selfie before the Olympic flame officially goes out. Loving this adventure. @ Estádio…  https://www.instagram.com/p/BJZHLL1D2KL/ 

Aug 21, 2016

While president of #Rio2016 organizing committee talks, fans laugh that they're having trouble removing Mario pipe. https://t.co/czcP83hg40

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That time Japan's prime minster popped out of a pipe dressed as Super Mario... #Rio2016 https://t.co/tJFyDbVhVx

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The music at #rio2016 closing ceremony is ridiculously good. Just unbelievable.


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