Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Local News 8/9/2005

12 Inmates Hurt in San Quentin Prison Riot
Glider Dies From Fall After Parachute Fails
Lobbyist Pleads Guilty to Illegal Contribution
Placentia Must Scale Back Its OnTrac Project
Truck's Spill on the 605 Is a Real Red-Hot Traffic Stopper
Aid but No Subsidy for Grand Ave.
Deputy Fatally Shoots Man After Pursuit
Gene Mauch, 79; Manager of Angels, Other Major League
          Baseball Teams
City Gets 6 More Months to Decide on Landfill Pact
Federal Probe Sought in Death of Toddler in Police Standoff
Another Death in Fatal Van Crash Brings the Total to 6
Woman Charged in Death of Infant Girl
Hacker Gains Access to University Records
3 to Share $55-Million Super Lotto Jackpot
1 Killed, 6 Hurt in Newport Collision
2 Jurors Now Say Jackson Is Guilty
Sea Lion Is Set for Return Home
Caltrans Tries to Answer Day's Toughest Questions
Innovative Publisher Built an Empire From Ebony, Jet Magazines
UC Campus to Require Alcohol Course Online
Vizma Belsevica, 74; Latvian Poet's Work Was Often Censored
Suspect in 1988 Fatal Stabbing Held in Florida
Amelia Penland, 79; Georgia Journalist Battled KKK in Print
2 Die, 1 Hurt as Plane Leaking Fuel Crashes at Big Bear Airport
Villaraigosa Appoints USC Law Professor to City's Ethics Commission
Colton Clash: 1 Man Killed, 3 Hurt
Malibu Denizens Divided on Shooting of Paparazzo
Helen L. Phillips, 86; Soprano Broke Color Barrier at the Met in 1947
Building Consensus? Not at Lincoln Place Apartments
Despite Illegal Status, Buyers Get Home Loans
Mantle Hood, 87; Professor, Pioneer in Studying World's Music
          and Cultures
Shellshocked Turtles Go Home

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