Judge appointed Martin Pinales and Candace Crouse of Cincinnati.
The judge says he didn’t marry the couple earlier this week because of his personal and religious beliefs. Another judge was brought in to perform the wedding the same day.
Several dozen police dog units also are searching the wooded area.
The NYSE’s troubles didn’t extend to the dozens of other exchanges that also trade U.S. stocks, such as the Nasdaq, so investors were still able to buy and sell stocks easily Wednesday.
The day before hundreds of UAW delegates gathered to set strategy for contract talks with the Detroit Three, General Motors sent them a not-so-subtle message it would be building a new auto plant in Mexico.
The company has been struggling with sales, its CEO was diagnosed with cancer and it’s trying to persuade customers that its food delivers value and quality ingredients.
It is the second time in two months that the carrier has been hit by major technical issues.
Delivery will be available initially in more than 90 cities with the goal of taking it nationwide.
The South Carolina House will begin debating the flag’s fate Wednesday. If House members back a Senate bill to take the flag down, Gov. Nikki Haley could sign it into law before the end of the week and the flag would be removed.
The newspaper says attending the event costs $2,700. It says people who raise at least $27,000 will be recognized as event co-hosts and those who raise at least $50,000 will be recognized as hosts.
Police say the man “stepped off the curb directly into the path of the bus.”
The woman was arrested, fingerprinted and held for three hours back in June.