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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (December 11, 1996)

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[0] LAKERS SURVIVE VAN EXEL'S LOSS : LAKERS 92, SACREMENTO 90. 1182
2 AMERICAN INDIANS WANT SEIZED PEYOTE BACK. 432
A SIDEWAYS GLANCE : PARTY'S OVER AT OAKWOOD CEMETERY. 425
AGOURA GOALIE KNOWS HEALTHY EATING. 487
ALL SYSTEMS GO FOR HANKS' `MOON' ANTHOLOGY : THE INDUSTRY EYE. 778
ANTELOPE VALLEY: BRIEFLY : HAMILTON STUDENTS PLAN HOLIDAY SHOWS. 164
AREA SCHOOLS GETTING READY TO GRAPPLE : NEWBURY PARK HIGH SEEKING TO DEFEND LEAGUE WRESTLING CROWN. 568
AT&T FORESEES INTERNET ISSUE. 301
BASEBALL NOTES : CUBS SIGN ROJAS TO $13.75 MILLION DEAL. 748
BASKETBALL BEAT : HE'S GOT BIG SHOES TO FIND. 829
BIZWATCH : MARKETS. 515
BOARD GRANTS QUARRY PERMIT : GRAVEL MINING FIRM WINS 20-YEAR LICENSE. 437
BOYS BASKETBALL : HARRISON SINKS BUZZER-BEATER. 606
BRIEFLY : DISNEY REVEALS $100 MILLION STADIUM RENOVATION. 468
BRIEFLY : ROBINSON, 77, WANTS A 56TH SEASON. 453
BRIEFLY : SIMPSON LAWYERS ATTACK EVIDENCE. 375
CHASING DOWN A DREAM : CANYON'S FLESHMAN COMES IN 19TH. 564
CHIEF WANTS 2ND TERM : EMBATTLED LAPD LEADER DESIRES TO BUILD ON ACCOMPLISHMENTS. 1320
CLASS SIZE FUNDING TO GROW : PLAN COMES UP SHORT, LAUSD OFFICIALS SAY. Statistical Data Included 668
CLIPPERS NOTEBOOK : FITCH PLANS TO PLAY ALL 12 MEN IN EFFORT TO FIND WINNING COMBO. 403
COLLEGE FOOTBALL : FUTURE OF ROBINSON REMAINS UNDECIDED. 652
COMMISSION APPROVES ICE SKATING RINK. 392
COMMISSION DELAYS CRIME-REPORT RULING. Statistical Data Included 345
CRUDE OIL PRICES SLIDE : MAKET DIPS BY 3.5% AFTER IRAQ'S RETURN. 701
DEFINING GRAY AREA OF TABLOID - AND PENACOLI AS REPORTER : NEWS & NOTES. 319
DRIZZLE DRILL : VALLEY WEATHERS 2ND DOWNPOUR. Statistical Data Included 604
EDITORIAL : IRRATIONAL PANIC? GREENSPAN'S REMARKS SENT STOCKS INTO A SPIN. Editorial 223
EDITORIAL : NO REFORM, REALLY TAXING JUDGMENTS WON'T DETER EXCESSIVE PUNITIVE DAMAGE AWARDS. Editorial 285
EDITORIAL : RECYCLING IS PICKING UP ALL RECYCLABLES WILL GO INTO ONE BARREL. Editorial 281
ELVES AT THE POST OFFICE? : VOLUNTEERS ANSWER MAIL, ARRANGE HELP. 637
FAMILY FACILITY TO OPEN : VALENCIA CARE CENTER TO CATER TO KIDS, SENIORS. 444
FERRARO HAS HEART OF A KING. 937
FULL-ON FANS FIND GRATEFUL DEAD ALIVE AND ARCHIVED ON THE WEB : B&B IN THE USA. 791
GARCETTI TRANSFERS TOP AIDE : DA ANXIOUS TO GET BACK TO BUSINESS. 402
GIRLS' BASKETBALL : PALMDALE SLUGGISH IN VICTORY. 388
INVESTIGATORS TESTIFY WOMAN'S CONFESSION GIVEN FREELY. 325
JUSTICES HEAR ARGUMENTS ON SEXUAL PREDATOR LAW. 399
KEEPING SANTA EXPERIENCE FROM BEING HO, HO, HORRIBLE. 705
LAKERS SURVIVE VAN EXEL'S LOSS : LAKERS 92, SACREMENTO 90. 1081
LANCASTER MAN GETS 10 YEARS IN HATE CRIME. 399
LEMIEUX STILL HAS HIS LEGS : VETERAN HAS GOAL, ASSIST IN WIN PITT. 5, KINGS 3. 759
LEMIEUX STILL HAS LEGS : VETERAN HAS GOAL, ASSIST AS PITTSBURGH DEFEATS KINGS. 798
LOCAL NOTES. 392
LOCAL NOTES. 513
MAYOR AGREES TO PUT BRAKES ON TRANSIT MERGER WITH LAPD. 777
MEASURES AIM TO CURB LAND FRAUD. 209
MORE COUNTY KIDS IN POVERTY : STUDY REPORTS 32% CLIMB IN '90S. Statistical Data Included 473
NATIVITY SCENES STIR ARTISTRY : RELIGIOUS THEMES INSPIRE PEOPLE'S HEARTS AND CRAFTS. 555
NATO EDGES TOWARD OK OF NEW MEMBERS. 410
NEW DODGERS THIRD BASEMAN REMAINS PRIDE OF HART HIGH. 1007
NEWHALL MAN PLEADS NOT GUILTY IN CRIME SPREE. 271
NEWS LITE : HAWN, RUSSELL CAN'T BE TIED DOWN. 527
NOTES : CSUN'S FOOTBALL-COACH OPENING IS ATTRACTING MANY. 512
NOTES : HARBAUGH RETURNS FROM INJURY, LIKELY TO START FOR COLTS SUNDAY. 678
NOTES : LEMIEUX SET TO QUIT FOLLOWING THIS SEASON. 332
NOTES : SOLIS WINS WOOLF AWARD. 484
PARTYGOER DETAILS YACHT FIRE : WOMAN RECOUNTS FEARFUL LEAP TO SAFETY. 360
PREACHER'S SON MAKES THE A-LIST : BUT HOMEBODY WASHINGTON PREFERS QUIET LIFE. 1264
PROSECUTOR URGES JURY TO SIDE WITH OFFICERS IN SHOOTING. 496
PUBLIC FORUM : OFFICER REBUKES GATES OVER `CRYBABY' REMARK. Editorial 1675
PUBLIC FORUM : WATER ISSUES IN REGION KEEP ON MAKING WAVES. Letter to the Editor 1284
RAINS CHASE HOMELESS TO EMERGENCY SHELTERS. 635
REPORTS SHOW DRUG MAY AID PREEMIE HEALTH. 350
SAUGUS HIGH SOCCER FOCUSES ON TEAM PLAY. 504
SCHOOL LAND BUY RECEIVES BOARD OK : FACILITIES PLANNED TO RELIEVE CROWDING. 308
SCOPE LOSES SHOPPING CENTER SUIT. 212
SEARCH ENDS IN ARREST : MISTAKEN IDENTITY LEADS TO DRUG SUSPECT. 447
SECOND SUSPECT ARRESTED IN BANK ROBBERY. 336
SERVICE REAPS PRAISE FOR SENATOR : T.O. LAUDS BOXER'S COMMITMENT TO CITY. 300
SHELTER SHOWS HOMELESS WAY BACK TO MAINSTREAM. 596
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT FINDS NO CIA-DRUG LINK. 100
SIMI OKS WOOD RANCH PROJECT. 210
SIMI VALLEY: BRIEFLY : POLICE SEEKING TIPS IN CAR BURGLARIES. 248
SMALL SCREEN, BIG DEBATE : PROPOSED TV RATINGS SYSTEMS PUT INDUSTRY, PARENTS AT ODDS. 1481
SOUND OF MOSQUITOES MAY CLUE US IN ABOUT DISEASES THEY CARRY. 178
SPEAKING UP FOR KIDS : WOMAN GIVES LIFT TO AT-RISK PUPILS IN MOORPARK PROGRAM. 512
STAGGERED SCHOOL HOURS OK'D FOR TIERRA BONITA. 386
STORM IMPACT MANAGEABLE : RAIN STRAINS NERVES, SEEPS THROUGH ROOFS, BUT CAUSES NO CATASTROPHES. 722
STUDIO'S SALE OF RAP MUSIC BREAKS COMMITMENT, FOES SAY. 161
SUPREME COURT APPROVES TAXES ON PUNITIVE AWARDS. 288
TARKANIAN TROOPS GET HIGH SCORE. 600
THE BUZZ. 134
THE RELUCTANT KNIGHT : PIEDRA EXCELS IN FIRST YEAR AT QUARTERBACK. 733
TIME WARNER TO BUY 1 MILLION TV-TOP UNITS. 135
TOUGH RULES RESTORED FOR ANTI-TERRORIST UNIT. 236
TRADE DEFICIT SWELLS TO $48 BILLION : IMBALANCE UP 19.3% DURING 3RD QUARTER. 744
TRES SHEIK. 533
TRIUMPHANT ``NUTCRACKER'' : SCHOOL PULLS OFF FIRST SHOW. 469
UCLA NOTEBOOK : LAVIN PLANS CHANGES AFTER LOSS. 425
UP & COMING. 377
VENTURA COUNTY SETTLES SUIT AGAINST TRAVEL FIRM. 237
VOTE COUNT BEGINS IN UNION RACE : CONTEST TO HEAD TEAMSTERS BITTER. 314
WALTERS, DOWNEY JR. HELP ABC TAKE FIRST IN A TIGHT RACE. 329
WETLANDS DEVELOPMENT PERMITS TO BE PHASED OUT. 324
WILLIAMS WATCHES CLIPPERS BLOW LEAD : DALLAS 100, CLIPPERS 95. 843
WILLIAMS WATCHES CLIPPERS BLOW LEAD : DALLAS 100, CLIPPERS 95. 952

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