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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (July 9, 1997)

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[0] HERO IS A HOMER; ALOMAR'S SHOT WINS IT FOR AL : AL 3, NL 1. 890
55 YEARS LATER; WOUNDED AS PRISONER, VET AWAITS HONOR. 915
ANIMAL LOVER DEFENDS SHELTER; ANIMAL SERVICES DEPT. SEIZED 617 CRITTERS AT VAN NUYS SITE. 660
ARCHITECT'S PROGNOSIS: LET THE HEALING BEGIN. 721
AREA SCHOOLS TO EXPAND CLASS-SIZE REDUCTIONS. 611
AUDIT REPORTS PAY CRISIS IN SHERIFF'S DEPT. 926
BASEBALL BEAT : YOUNG WONDERS. 779
BATESOLE DEMANDS COMMITMENT. 560
BIZWTCH : MARKETS. 519
BRIEFLY: ZABEL WINS STAGE; ROMINGER FINISHED. 392
CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL RECEIVES LARGEST SINGLE DONATION EVER. 261
CITIZEN PANEL STALLS VOTE ON AIRPORT PLAN; AIRCRAFT FIGURES UNCERTAIN. Statistical Data Included 537
CITY TRIES TO HASTEN OVERPASS WORK. 382
CNN VIEWERSHIP ENTERS NEW FRONTIER. Statistical Data Included 561
COC DEVISES GAME PLAN FOR FOOTBALL; MONEY, GENDER EQUITY ARE HURDLES. 501
COC SHOOTOUT BEGINS TODAY. 94
COUNCIL TO OUTLINE PRIORITIES. 411
DA BACKS BILL ON WORKPLACE DEATHS. 464
DOCTORS, DIET EXPERTS SPLIT ON FEN-PHEN. 319
DOGGETT, DODGERS BROADCASTER, DIES. Obituary 366
DROSSIN REFRESHES IN COLORADO SERENITY; EX-AGOURA RUNNER WRITING A BOOK. 831
DUI SUSPECT'S BREATH TEST OK, JUDGE RULES. 425
EDITORIAL : BLOWING HOT AND COLD L.A. WAVERS ON NEW LAW AGAINST LEAF BLOWERS. Editorial 386
EDITORIAL : THE CHINA CONNECTION DID BEIJING PLOT TO INFLUENCE U.S. ELECTIONS LAST YEAR? Editorial 424
EDUCATORS TOUT SMALLER CLASS SIZES; SUPERINTENDENT SAYS POLL POSITIVE. Statistical Data Included 633
ENTHUSIASM GREETS STATE REPORT ON SMALLER CLASSROOMS; EDUCATORS, PARENTS LIKE RESULTS. 470
ENTREPRENEURS HOPE TO BOOST BUSINESS WITH SPOT ON QVC. 585
FIRM PLEADS NO CONTEST IN BILL SCHEME. 245
FIRST DRAMA, THEN COMEDY FOR DAMON WAYANS : DOUBLE DUTY, AND MORE. 740
FROM THE FIELD: MLS WILL GO WAY OF OTHER PASSING FANCIES. 465
H.W. GIRLS' TEAM COULD BE SPECIAL; WOLVERINES RICH IN EXPERIENCE. 519
HEART AILMENT LINKED TO FEN-PHEN. 585
HERO IS A HOMER; ALOMAR'S SHOT WINS IT FOR AL : AL 3, NL 1. 926
JETHAWKS DUO EFFECTIVE AT LINEUP TOP. Statistical Data Included 681
JETHAWKS RALLY, BEAT LAKE ELSINORE : JETHAWKS 3, LAKE ELSINORE 2. 298
JURY CONVICTS A.V. COUPLE IN FRAUD SCHEME. 395
L.A. BEAT : BOXING RUELAS TO FIGHT IN INDIO. 292
LIBRARY PORN SPURS COUNCIL RESPONSE. 585
LOCAL NOTES : SIMI VALLEY WILL PLAY CANYON IN SHOOTOUT. 230
MIDWAY DISMAY? NO WAY. 786
MTA, UNION AGREE ON TENTATIVE PACT. 444
MUSTARD A MUST FOR THE SPICE SHELF : YELLOW MUSTARD. 677
NETWORKS STACK UP NEWSMAGAZINES; RATINGS BOOST PUTS 'EM ON FOR 10 HOURS : REALITY CHECK. 1340
NEW DETECTIVES GOING NOWHERE; LAPD CHIEF DECIDES CARS FOR FUGITIVE TRACKERS CAN WAIT. 712
NEWS LITE : IVANA INSISTS SHE DUMPED HIM FIRST. 821
NOTES : OPENINGS LEFT FOR CASTAIC ADULT SOFTBALL. 599
NOTES: AV SCHOOLS TO BATTLE IN TOURNEY. 404
ON THE BLOCK: LUXURY HOME WITH HISTORY. 349
PALMDALE MAN ARRESTED IN COLLISION ON FREEWAY. 221
PLANNERS TO REVIEW PROJECT, ANNEXATION. 435
PREP FOOTBALL: CSUN TOURNAMENT SET. 103
PROBE ROCKS OUT ON MARS; ROVER'S SAMPLES PROVIDE CLUES TO PLANET'S HISTORY. 915
PUBLIC FORUM : BENEFITS OF CLINTON'S TAX CUT PLAN DISPUTED. Letter to the Editor 1552
RECALLING A FEW MOMENTS WITH MR. STEWART. Editorial 451
SANTA CLARITA TOURNEY IS SET; PREMIER GIRLS' HOOP TEAMS TO BE FEATURED. 491
SARPONG FINDING HIS NICHES; FORMER ECR-HOOP STAR IS ACTOR, DANCER, RAPPER, TALK-SHOW HOST. 655
SCIENTISTS WORKING ON RED PLANET TIME WINDING UP RED-EYED. 633
SENATOR TO CSUN: REINSTATE SPORTS; WRIGHT COULD GET SCHOOL MONEY. 1002
SENATOR: CHINA PLOTS TO SHAPE U.S. POLICIES. 635
SHORTCHANGED; RETAIL A BUST IN ECONOMIC BOOM. 503
SIMI DELI OWNER ADMITS TO HIRING ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS. 534
SIMI VALLEY: BRIEFLY : ROBBERY SUSPECT CAUGHT AFTER CHASE. 485
SIMPSON TURNS 50 AMID FINANCIAL WOES. 443
SOUTHLAND: BRIEFLY : JUDGE SETS AUGUST TRIAL FOR MCDOUGAL. 325
STATE BILL WOULD REVISE MTA BOARD. 299
TAKE 5:BEHIND THE MIKE; TOP BAY AREA TALK-SHOW HOST READY TO SIT IN KABC'S HOT SEAT. 998
TARGET PITCHING AGOURA HILLS STORE. 444
TICKETING FLOATED FOR CARS ON LAWNS. 284
TYSON COULD LOSE LICENSE PERMANENTLY. 986
UNIFORM TREATMENT SPELLS RELIEF; WE NEED TO CUT TAXES FOR ALL TAXPAYERS, ACROSS THE BOARD EQUALLY IF WE WISH TO REAP THE ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF TAX CUTS IN THE FORM OF ACCELERATED GROWTH. Editorial 959
VALLEY ART THEFTS CONFORM TO TREND; L.A. BECOMING TARGET FOR HEISTS. Statistical Data Included 429
VOTE DELAYED ON GOLF COURSE; PANEL GIVES TIME TO CONSERVANCY GROUP. 536
WARNER GIVING BOOST TO DVD; NEW FORMAT TO GET HOLIDAY SPLASH. 638
WOMAN AIDS IMMIGRANT SENIORS LOSING BENEFITS. 811
WOULD-BE PEACEMAKER DIES OF HIS WOUNDS. 292

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