Largest U.S. Cities with 4 OF 5 VOWELS in their Name

These U.S. cities, each with estimated populations in excess of 100,000 at July 2017 have EXACTLY 4 of the 5 standard vowels (A, E, I, O, U) in their name. Identify them.
A city whose official name contains "St." in lieu of "Saint" does NOT get credit for the missing A or I
In 2 cases, you will get 2-for-1 credit for your correct answer.
Standard city names only apply - no extentions like "City and County of ....".
Note - the only large "all 5 vowels city" is Huntington Beach (CA) - each vowel used just once!
Quiz by Roger77024
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Last updated: September 5, 2018
First submittedMarch 25, 2018
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State
No
CITY
AZ
U
Peoria
CA
O
Murrieta
CA
U
Oceanside
CA
U
San Bernardino
CA
U
San Diego
CA
U
West Covina
FL
I
Fort Lauderdale
FL
U
Jacksonville
FL
A
Port St. Lucie
IL
U
Peoria
KY
A
Louisville
LA
I
Baton Rouge
State
No
CITY
MD
U
Baltimore
MN
U
Minneapolis
MO
E
Columbia
NC
U
Winston-Salem
SC
E
Columbia
SD
E
Sioux Falls
TX
I
Beaumont
TX
U
College Station
TX
O
League City
WA
I
Vancouver
WI
O
Milwaukee
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