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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (December 2, 1997)

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`CHANNEL 4 NEWS,' `SPRINGER' CONQUER ALL-IMPORTANT SWEEPS. Statistical Data Included 567
`MADE IN USA' ITEMS MUST STAY ALL-AMERICAN. 246
10 TEAMS BRACING FOR SEMIS; TAFT-SYLMAR AMONG PREMIER MATCHUPS. 730
16 YEARS LATER, SWANTON STILL SEEKS PERFECTION; CHAMINADE GRAD TOP GYMNAST FOR SANTA BARBARA. 676
AGASSI BREEZES TO TITLE; FORMER U.S. NO. 1 UPBEAT ABOUT FUTURE. 535
AIDS AWARENESS; FOUNDATION SPREADING KNOWLEDGE, AID IN A.V. 589
AVC HOME NOT SO SWEET IN BOWLS. 405
BASKETBALL BEAT : LET THE HYPE BEGIN. 420
BILINGUAL MEASURE REJECTED BY TEACHERS. 447
BRIEFLY : EX-MTA CONTROLLER GUILTY OF MAIL FRAUD. 501
BRIEFLY : MICHIGAN'S WOODSON WINS CAMP AWARD. 436
CASHING IN ON L.A.; STAPLES WILL PAY $100 MILLION FOR RIGHTS TO NAME NEW SPORTS ARENA; DISNEY CO. OFFERS $25 MILLION MATCHING GRANT TO BUILD CONCERT HALL. 1587
CHAMINADE HAS STAR OVERLOAD; SOCCER COACH MUST FIND WAY TO JUGGLE TALENT. 1258
CITY COULD JETTISON NEW AIRPORT PANELIST. 242
CITY PANEL OVERHAULS TRAPPING RULES. 310
CLASSMATES, TEACHERS GRIEVE FOR `HAPPY-GO-LUCKY' BOY. 613
COMING IN FROM COLD; COUNTY'S HOMELESS FIND WAY STATION TO RESTART LIVES. 636
COUNCIL COULD OK COURTHOUSE PLAN; COMPLEX DESIGNED TO HOUSE PALMDALE CIVIL PROCEEDINGS. Statistical Data Included 354
COUNCILMEN CHALLENGE STORAGE-RETAIL LOCATION; LAWMAKERS OPPOSE PROPOSAL FOR MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT. 445
COUNTY TO PAY $97,000 TO CAT-BITE VICTIM. 507
CSUN APPLICANTS SURVIVE FILING TEST. 486
CSUN AT SAN DIEGO. 174
DEALERSHIP OVERHAUL; GM CHANGING WAY AREA RESIDENTS BUY THEIR CARS. 1069
DISSENSION IN RANKS; LAPD, UNION DRAW LINES ON PROBLEM-OFFICERS LAW. 415
DOW LOOKING UP; OPTIMISM LIFTS MARKET PAST 8,000. 333
DRIVE-BY SHOOTING VICTIM QUESTIONED AGAIN. 394
EDITORIAL : DEBATE HEATS UP; GLOBAL WARMING DATA DOESN'T POINT TO IMMINENT CRISIS. Editorial 342
EDITORIAL : L.A. PARK MUGGING; PUBLIC SHOULD CLOSELY OBSERVE CITY'S USE OF PARK ASSESSMENT DOLLARS. Editorial 279
ELDERLY COUPLE WANTS TV. 474
EVENTS MARK WORLD AIDS DAY. 273
FLORA, FAUNA ABOUND AT PLACERITA CANYON; COUNTY PARK VISITORS IN FOR NATURAL TREAT. 418
GLENFED PARENT EXPANDING; DEAL MADE FOR REDLANDS THRIFT. 499
GROOMED TO COACH; HOLLAND LEARNED GAME FROM THE BEST. 1061
HALL SPACE SET TO GO TO CALARTS. 469
HART NO SAD SACKS; INDIANS, NEILL GOING STRONG. Statistical Data Included 628
HOMETOWN HEROES : ATHLETES OF THE WEEK. 782
HOMOGENIZED RADIO LOSING ITS FLAVOR; IT'S HARD TO TELL STATIONS APART ANYMORE. 1313
IN BRIEF. 289
JUBILEES : TOGETHER DOWN MEMORY LANE. 251
JUST YOUR ORDINARY LIFESAVING HERO ...; SOME CALL PAUL CHEPIKIAN A DISASTER MAGNET, BUT DON'T TELL THAT TO THE MANY HE'S SAVED BY BEING IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME. 935
LAKERS REGROUPING AFTER RECENT STUMBLE; HARRIS SAYS O'NEAL WON'T RETURN IN TIME FOR FRIDAY'S GAME. 661
LAPD'S SUBSTATION RANKS MAY BE THINNED. 652
LOCAL CROSS COUNTRY RUNNERS QUALIFY FOR JUNIOR OLYMPICS. 231
LOCAL JEWS CELEBRATE WITH BOOKS. 367
LOCAL NOTES: CCH2 SETS PACE IN CONEJO D VOLLEYBALL. 353
LOOKS LIKE NICHOLSON'S EX-LOVER WILL GET TO KEEP HOUSE. 765
MAH-JONGG FINDS FANS. 646
MAYORAL VOTE SET TONIGHT; PARKS TO NOMINATE ZEANAH TO LEAD T.O. 459
MCCOY OK'D TO PRACTICE; NO INDICATION WHEN UCLA CENTER MIGHT PLAY. 366
NEWCOM'S HOLIDAY SALES LOOK BLEAK; WEBPAL DELIVERIES HELD UP. 268
NEWHALL RESIDENT ANNOUNCES COUNCIL CANDIDACY. 326
NEWS LITE : DANZA GETS LIFT FROM ``TAXI'' PAST. 772
NO ONE POSITIVE SUPERCENTERS WILL DRIVE AUTO PRICES LOWER. 471
NO. 2 UCLA BOOTS NO. 4 WASHINGTON; BRUINS REACH NCAA QUARTERFINALS : UCLA 1, WASHINGTON 0. 522
OBITUARIES : LAVERNE AMANDA REYNOLDS. Obituary 266
OFFICER SHOOTS RECKLESS DRIVER IN WOODLAND HILLS; PURSUIT ENDS IN DEATH. 424
PALMDALE SCHOOLS STUDY CUTTING DEBT; REFINANCING, BONDS PITCHED. Statistical Data Included 374
PALMDALE'S REIGN COULD END. 722
PANEL NOTES PROGRESS ON `BB' PROJECTS; PACE PICKS UP DESPITE FEUDS. 548
PUBLIC FORUM : LOWER SPEED LIMITS COULD EASE CONGESTION. Editorial 1090
RACIAL SLUR SHOWS NHL'S GROWING PAINS. 737
SAFETY BUDGETS PITCHED; PLANS PROPOSED BY HAHN, LAPD. 377
SARAH NOT SO PLAIN, BUT VERY TALL WITH LILITH-FUELED CONCERT CROWD. 273
SHARING LESSONS ON HIV; VENTURA CENTER GETTING WORD OUT ON RISKS. Statistical Data Included 347
SHOOTING VICTIM STAYS HOSPITALIZED. 200
SLAYING SUSPECT ON TRIAL; MAN ADMITTED KILLING WIDOW, ATTORNEY SAYS. 718
SONG, DANCE SHOW WRITTEN FOR `XENA'. 135
STATION GIVES THANKS FOR DONATIONS TO DEPUTIES. 313
STUDY SAYS NAZIS STOLE MORE GOLD THAN ESTIMATED. 697
SUGAR SOUR ON BRUINS; BOWL HEADS FEAR SMALL TRAVEL PARTY. 748
TASK FORCE FINE-TUNING SUGGESTIONS. 400
U.S. OLYMPIC ROSTER SET; DUCKS' HEBERT, DEVILS' GUERIN AMONG 6 ADDED. 597
UNLV VS. USC. 124
USC NOTEBOOK: LINEMAN QUITS TEAM. 466
WESTLAKE COULD EMERGE AS MARMONTE CHAMPS. 399
WESTLAKE FACES S. MARGARITA. 415

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