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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (April 2, 1998)

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$88.6 MILLION WOULD GO TO PROJECTS IN LOCAL AREAS. 441
'TIS THE SEASON FOR HALIBUT; SPAWNING PROGRAMS, WARMER WATER HOLD KEYS TO AREA DERBIES. Recipe 910
`ANGEL OF DEATH' INVESTIGATION WIDENS; POLICE QUESTION SEVERAL HOSPITALS WHERE THERAPIST HAD WORKED. 514
70 SUSPECTS ROUNDED UP; SECRET SHERIFF'S OPERATION BASED IN RENTED STORE. 1062
A LA CARTE : EASTER DINING. 674
ACQUISITION SPECULATION LIFTS XYLAN. Statistical Data Included 197
ACTIVISTS REDRAW SECESSION MAP. 557
ANGELS NOTEBOOK: GOTHAM SUITS DAVIS FINE. 608
ANGELS ON THE MONEY; FINLEY STOPS HIGH-SALARIED YANKEES ATTACK : ANGELS 4, N.Y. YANKEES 1. 586
APRIL-FOOLISH WEATHER; FREEWAY BURIED IN HEAVY SNOW. 422
BAND BOOSTERS RAISING MONEY TO SEND GROUP TO COMPETITION. 452
BILL TO CREATE ENTERPRISE ZONE GAINS GROUND. 251
BOYS` VOLLEYBALL BEAT : COMMITMENT TO LOCAL EXCELLENCE. 741
BRIEFLY : DEPUTIES PURSUE MAN IN SHOOTING OF YOUTH. 185
BRIEFLY : HAHN BACKS LAWSUIT AGAINST DUMP SITE. 515
BRIEFLY : MENO, SAND SURPRISE SILVER MEDAL WINNERS. 359
BYE QB, HI COACH; FLOWERS REJOINS CSUN TO TUTOR QUARTERBACKS. 537
CINDERELLA NIGHTS; PROM GOWNS TAKE THEIR CUE FROM GLAMOROUS OSCAR STARS. 757
CITY OKS WASTE SITE NEAR TILLMAN PLANT. 480
CITY SECTION PREP BASEBALL PREVIEW : VALLEY PAC-8 CONFERENCE: MID-VALLEY LEAGUE. 1273
CLIPPERS VS. NEW YORK. 169
DANDY BY ANDY; HART'S DAVIDSON BLANKS VALENCIA WITH TWO-HITTER : HART 7, VALENCIA 0. 499
DESERT AWASH IN COLOR; OFF-TRAIL HIKING OFFERS PORTAL TO FLORA AND FALLS. 969
DODGERS NOTEBOOK: PARK SET TO PICK UP WHERE HE LEFT OFF. 578
DODGERS' RICH OFFER FALLS SHORT; PIAZZA SEEKS LONGER DEAL THAN CLUB HAS IN MIND. 569
EDITORIAL : CALL FOR REFORM AND STANDARDS; IMPROVE EDUCATION TO SERVE ALL STUDENTS BETTER. Editorial 519
EDITORIAL : NO HARM, NO FOUL? PAULA JONES CASE DISMISSED BUT THE NATION STILL SUFFERS. Editorial 336
FISHING WITH THE 'NET; MANY WEB SITES OFFER HAVENS FOR ANGLERS. 871
GOING THE DISTANCE; BUSY SHERFY HAS REVITALIZED UCLA PROGRAM. 1321
GROWTH IN TECH SECTOR FUELING NEW L.A UPTURN: MANUFACTURING JOBS INCREASE 2.9. PERCENT. Statistical Data Included 329
HART DISTRICT TO TAX FUTURE AREA RESIDENTS; MONEY TAGGED FOR NEW SCHOOLS. 560
HAUN DENIES KILLING LOVER'S WIFE; CONVICTED MURDERER SPEAKS OUT FOR FIRST TIME SINCE TRIAL. 517
HIGH DESERT CLASSIC: GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY : AREA'S TOP SOFTBALL TEAMS TO MEET IN TOURNEY. 232
HURTADO LIKELY TO BE DEALT; PLANS FOR THE GALAXY STRIKER EXPECTED TODAY. 505
IN BRIEF. 285
JETHAWKS NOTEBOOK: SMALL-TOWN BOY MAKES BIG LEAP : JETHAWKS PITCHER STARK WELCOMES MORE EXPOSURE. 979
JETHAWKS PREVIEW: JETHAWKS MIGHT CRUZ IN CLASS A : JOSE JR.'S TALENTED COUSIN RETURNS. 427
JOB HUNT PAYS OFF IN PRIDE. 715
JUDGE THROWS OUT PAULA JONES CASE; PRESIDENT STILL FACES STARR, APPEAL BID. 1419
KIDS LOWER `VOTING AGE' FOR MARSHAL. 536
KIDS TO BUZZ TO STATE GEOGRAPHY BEE. 298
KINGS HIT ROADBLOCK IN HASEK; SABRES GOALTENDER GETS 13TH SHUTOUT : BUFFALO 4, KINGS 0. 582
KINGS VS. PHILADELPHIA. 114
LAKERS NOTEBOOK: CANADA WAITS FOR FOX. 419
LAPD PUSHED ON ABUSE; COUNCIL PAIR SEEK UNIT'S EXPANSION. 280
LEFTIES HAVE IT THEIR WAY; APRIL FOOLS' BURGER. 746
LITTLEROCK ENDS HIGHLAND STREAK : LITTLEROCK 3, HIGHLAND 1. 425
LOCAL VIEWS. 217
LOJACK CAR SYSTEM EXPANDS INTO REGION. 436
METAL FATIGUE CITED IN HELICOPTER CRASH. 642
MOORPARK COLLEGE NOTES: COLLEGE TRACK SEASON HEATS UP. 384
MORE ATMS ADDING SURCHARGES; $1.40 AVERAGE FEE AT CASH MACHINES. Statistical Data Included 439
NEWS LITE : JUDGE BACKS JURY IN SPELLING CASE. 911
NO RAINING ON PARADE; DESPITE WEATHER, ANGELS SHOW OFF NEW-LOOK PARK : ANGELS 4, N.Y. YANKEES 1. 587
NOTES: CAL LUTHERAN TO HOST SPRING BASEBALL CAMP. 377
NOTES: GOLFERS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR CANYON HIGH FOOTBALL. 535
OBITUARY : LAWRENCE W. HUMM. Obituary 152
OPENING NIGHT OFFERS GLIMPSE OF FUTURE. 896
OPTIMISTIC COUNTY CELEBRATES NEW WELFARE-TO-WORK PROGRAM. 425
OSCAR AWARDS TO GET NEW DIGS; SHOW TO PLAY HOLLYWOOD THEATER STARTING IN 2001, OFFICIALS SAY. 524
OUTPOST. 929
PACT REAFFIRMED DESPITE PENDING CRIMINAL CASE. 686
PANEL TELLS CONGRESS B-2S NEED UPGRADES; PUSHES B-3 PLANS. 414
PUBLIC FORUM : JONESBORO KILLINGS LINKED TO MOVIES, TV. Editorial 1508
RANCHO CUCAMONGA WITHOUT KEY PLAYERS. 469
REAL ESTATE BOOSTED BY ECONOMY. Statistical Data Included 425
ROUNDUP: DUCKS COME UP LAME IN 2ND. 628
SEVEN EXPECTED IN DERBY FIELD. 118
SKEET STAKES HIS OWN CLAIM. 485
STING NETS PROBATION OFFICER, DEPUTIES SAY. 394
STORM DUMPS SNOW, RAIN ON SANTA CLARITA VALLEY. 448
STRAIGHT FROM THE OWNER'S MOUTH; BRASH PARAGALLO TAKES LOW-KEY STANCE ON ARTAX. 881
TERADYNE TO ACQUIRE TWO SITES. 291
TERADYNE TO INCREASE CONEJO STAFF BY 300. Statistical Data Included 219
THAT'S ALL, FOLKS!; WARNER BROS. SQUEEZES 75 YEARS OF MEMORABLE MOVIES INTO 7-DAY FEST. 744
THE BUZZ. 288
THE DAY IN SPORTS: AGOURA, T.O. HAVE 5S IN 10. 386
THIRD MAN ARRAIGNED IN DRIVE-BY SHOOTING. 273
TOP HMO EXECUTIVES PAID MILLIONS IN 1996. Statistical Data Included 222
TRACK & FIELD: YOUNG SLOWER, WISER : DENTAL SURGERY NAGS STANDOUT. 617
TRACK AND FIELD BEAT: LANCERS BITE WEATHER BUG : TRACK TEAM REIGNS ON FIELD. 591
TURNING RIDERS GREEN; VALENCIA THEME PARK DEBUTS NEW ATTRACTION. Statistical Data Included 913
USC HOSTING FOUR-WAY MEET. 403
VENICE BOARDWALK VENDORS LACKING LICENSE TO GET BOOT. 375
VERSATILE BERNADETTE PETERS HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE. 779
WARM WEATHER SPELLS SHELTERS' END; HOMELESS FACILITIES SHUTTING THEIR DOORS. 596
WEATHER OUTSIDE FRIGHTFUL. 638
WESTLAKE TO REVIEW PLANS FOR PRESCHOOL FOR DISABLED. 347
WHALE VISITS COASTAL WATERS; RESEARCHERS TRACKING J.J. 403
WOMEN ACCUSE BOSS OF SLAVERY; U.S. CHARGES THAI EMPLOYER. 822

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