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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (September 20, 2002)

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'BALLISTIC' HAS ACTION, BUT DON'T EXPECT MUCH ELSE. 567
'FOUR FEATHERS' BACKFIRES AS WAR EPIC. 652
3 OUTSIDERS FOR CHIEF HAHN SAYS HE'LL GET TO KNOW CANDIDATES BEFORE MAKING HIS CHOICE. 1403
3 TEENS ARRESTED IN ARMED ROBBERY. 309
A BREAKTHROUGH, AND NONE TOO SOON. 800
A DOLLAR SHORT INCISIVE AND TRENCHANT, 'NICKEL AND DIMED' NONETHELESS MISFIRES AS DRAMA. 739
A MELODIOUS CONFECTION. 586
A MOST 'SPIRITED' DISPLAY OF ANIME. 772
A TURN FOR THE BETTER PEREZ COMES TO RESCUE IN CRITICAL WIN FOR DODGERS DODGERS 6, SAN FRAN. 3. 865
A TURN FOR THE BETTER PEREZ COMES TO RESCUE IN MUST WIN FOR DODGERS DODGERS 6, SAN FRAN. 3. 822
ACCOUNTANTS SET TO PLAY IT STRAIGHT. 502
ALL'S FAIR THAT GOES DOWN THE HATCH. 310
ANGELS NOTEBOOK: ANGELS COACHES PUSH EVEN KEEL. 447
ANOTHER BIG CATCH DESPITE SLOW START, HART'S CICCONE EXPECTED TO BE NEXT GREAT WIDE RECEIVER. Statistical Data Included 2441
AREA CONGRESSMEN SUPPORT RESOLUTION. 426
ARTS IN SCHOOLS PROMOTED. 365
BACK IN ROSE BOWL COLORADO'S HOUSTON SET TO FACE EX-MATES AT UCLA. 752
BLAST WRAPS UP MYSTERY CASE; IT'S HARMLESS. 246
BOXER CREDITS BIG PUNCH. 696
BRIEFCASE SATISFACTION WITH INSURERS RANKED. 578
BRIEFLY DIVERS EXPAND SEARCH FOR DELE. 613
BRIEFLY TOWN-HALL MEETING SET BY PALMDALE. 310
BUSINESS CROWD UNSWAYED SECESSIONISTS CHANGED FEW, IF ANY, MINDS. 481
CAST FAILS TO LIFT LENGTHY PREWAR TALE. 473
CELL-PHONE PACTS WITH AT&T, SPRINT ANNOUNCED. 510
CHATTER: SEHNEM GETS CHANCE TO SHOW KICKING LEG. 538
CHICKEN GIVES RIO LOBO A LITTLE HEAT. 776
CLOTHES-STORE ROBBERY ENDS FAST 10-MINUTE CHASE ENDS IN ARRESTS OF TRIO OF SUSPECTS IN STOLEN HONDA. 262
CRIT-O-MATIC. 791
CROSS COUNTRY NOTEBOOK: CANYON ROLLS AT SEASIDE. 551
CROSSWALK CRASH TRAGIC FOR SISTERS. 219
D.A. WARNS EIDC ON HIRING LAWYERS. 1035
DAILY UPDATE. 316
DAVIS OKS BULLET TRAIN VOTE $9.95 BILLION BOND FOR FIRST LEG TO APPEAR ON 2004 BALLOT. Statistical Data Included 549
DAY IN SPORTS: CSUN UNABLE TO HOLD ITS EDGE. 555
DODGERS NOTEBOOK: KARROS: BAD MEMORIES OF '91. 828
DODGERS NOTEBOOK: OTHER STARTERS ON HOT SEAT. 816
DODGERS, ANGELS HAVE HEARTS RACING. 890
DON'T PUNISH PARENTS FOR CHILDREN'S TRUANCY. Editorial 655
EDITORIAL BEST OF THE BEST. Editorial 185
EDITORIAL HOLLYWOOD'S LATEST DRAMA SCANDAL AND INTRIGUE AT THE EIDC. Editorial 525
FILLING THE GAP COLLEGE, HOSPITAL TEAM UP TO TRAIN NURSES. 560
FLYERS NOTEBOOK: SO FEW FLYERS, SO LITTLE TIME. 421
FOOD, FOLKS AND FUN ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL LINED UP. 660
FOOTBALL ROCKS IN RATINGS WARS. 966
FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: RENAUD RUNS LOYOLA TO WIN OVER NARBONNE. 326
GOLDIE'S NUGGETS HAWN RELATES WIT AND WISDOM GAINED FROM HER LIFE. 1254
HIS OLD COACH KNEW HE HAD IT GORE'S SUCCESS NO SURPRISE TO FORD. 688
HOGAN WAS WRONG PLAYER ASSUMED FOOTBALL DAYS WERE OVER. 423
HORNADAY IN SLUMP. 766
HOSPITAL STAFF TO MARCH EMPLOYEES DECRY SHORTAGES. Statistical Data Included 713
HOUSTON ... WE HAVE A CLASSIC. 399
JV FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: SAUGUS JV IS LEFT SEARCHING FOR A QB. 649
KINGS NOTEBOOK: PLENTY OF PROSPECTING AT CAMP. 590
L.A. BREAKS THROUGH, AND NONE TOO SOON. 755
LEGAL APPEAL IS DECRIED BY CRITICS HORSEBACK RIDERS AMONG PROTESTERS IN CHATSWORTH. 466
LEGISLATOR'S FORMER AIDE SENTENCED PRISON TERM IN MOLEST CASE. 593
LONG TIME COMING OBERLY GETS CHANCE, COMES THROUGH AS HIGHLAND QB. Statistical Data Included 2435
LOPEZ EAGER TO REJOIN 'A GREAT ORGANIZATION'. 466
MEDAL, SMALLS GO AGAIN IN BURBANK. 247
MOLD INFESTS SCHOOL SITE. 1025
MTA BUS KILLS MAN ON STREET. Statistical Data Included 334
ONE YEAR LATER, JESSICA'S DOING FINE. 758
POSTER OUT IN SLAYING CASE WANTED SUSPECT, VICTIM SHARED HOME. 271
PSST ... WANT TO KNOW A CENTRAL COAST SECRET? GET OFF THE BEATEN PATH IN BAYWOOD PARK. 1025
PUBLIC FORUM LET'S STAY FOCUSED. Editorial 1214
REPEAL OF 5% UTILITY TAX ILL-ADVISED, REPORT SAYS. Statistical Data Included 639
SC NOTEBOOK: MATCHING SPEED WITH MORE SPEED. 585
SMALL BITES CULINARY ART OF THE TOMATO. 480
SMALL SCREEN. 201
SPACE WESTERN STILL WORKING OUT THE BUGS. 658
STRIP CLUB ADDITION OPPOSED. 261
STUDENTS STAY COOL THIS TERM TWO BURBANK HIGH SCHOOLS NOW FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED. 539
STUDENTS' PET AT CASTAIC SCHOOL TEACHER OF YEAR GETS THE MOST FROM KINDERGARTEN CLASS. 582
T.O. DEFENSIVE LINE STIFLES BUENA T.O. 30, BUENA 14. 441
TAKE THIS DOWN - ON ALL FOURS. 676
TEACHERS OF 'UNDER THE BLUE SKY' LEARNING LESSONS IN LOVE. 590
TENNIS NOTEBOOK: HART GOING FOR ROAD WIN. 188
THE MASTER'S NOTEBOOK: COMPANY AT TOP MUSTANGS START WELL; STIFF TESTS AWAIT. 781
THEIR BIG FAT GREEK RESTAURANT FIREHOUSE'S BIG PORTIONS OF HOMEMADE FARE WILL HAVE YOU SHOUTING 'OPA!'. 715
THEY'RE DOUBLE TROUBLE CANYON STRONG WITH TOP PAIR. 632
THIS ONE GLITTERS LIKE 18-KARAT GOLDIE. 538
THIS WEEK'S KEY GAMES GAME OF THE WEEK: NO. 1 HART (0-0-1) VS. ST. BONAVENTURE (1-0). 2197
TIE IN DIVISION WILL GO TO A'S HOLD ON 1ST NOT ONLY ANGELS' LOSS OAKLAND 5, ANGELS 3. 696
TINSELTOWN SPYWITNESS. 549
TOPANGA MALL CLEARED BUT THREAT PROVES FALSE. 245
TRITT FOR TAT COUNTRY SUPERSTAR RESPONDS TO INDUSTRY SLIGHTS WITH NEW ALBUM AND ADULATION OF MILLIONS. 802
U.S. MAYORS TO CALL FOR NEW HOUSING FUND. 389
UCLA NOTEBOOK: L.A. WASN'T FOR BARNETT. 538
USC: UNIVERSITY OF SIMMONS CAL TRANSFER COULD BE FIRST IN LONG LINE OF SIBLING LINEBACKERS. Statistical Data Included 1084
VOLUNTEERS TO HELP CLEAN LITTER FROM SANTA CLARA RIVER. 292
WHAT TWISTED REALITY LIES BEYOND TRIPLE-X? 366
WILL INJURIES MOUNT AGAIN? CANYON HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM HOPES TO KEEP PLAYERS HEALTHY THIS TIME AROUND. 583

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