Killing of 6 children being re-tried 25 years later


Columbia native, CA employee makes 'Jeopardy!'

Columbia native, CA employee makes 'Jeopardy!'

When Columbia native David Greisman took the "Jeopardy!" online test in 2010, the first step in a lengthy process to become a contestant on the popular game show, he recalls it did not go so well.

"I was humbled by the experience," said the 32-year-old Columbia Association employee, who now resides in Washington.

The daunting 50-question test, which allows you only 15 seconds to answer each question, discouraged Greisman for a few years. Earlier this year, Greisman, who also moonlights as a freelance journalist and boxing writer, got off the mat and tried again.

And he's sure glad he didn't throw in the towel.

On Thanksgiving, Nov. 27,...