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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (February 16, 2002)

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[0] L.A. INCOMPLETE AGAIN BRYANT'S EFFORT WASTED IN LOSS TO HAWKS ATLANTA 93, LAKERS 90. 609
A BRUIN LIKES HIS CHANCES CONFIDENT MCCARRON TRAILS TANIGUCHI BY A STROKE. Statistical Data Included 889
ACCIDENT KILLS PADRES' DARR. 367
ACTIVIST FETED FOR RECEIVING FERNANDO AWARD. 271
APARTMENTS SET FOR WESTRIDGE. 331
ARSON ARRAIGNMENT DELAYED FOR COUNTY FIREFIGHTER, WIFE. 327
AUTO CLUB GIVES CAR BOOSTERS TO SHELTER. 208
BACK IN THE PLUSH LIFE MAJOR DEAL HERALDS TOYMAKER'S RETURN FROM BRINK. 596
BOYS' SOCCER DIVISION IV: COYOTES TAUGHT LESSON N.P. SHUTS OUT FUTURE LEAGUE FOE NEWBURY PARK 2, CALABASAS 0. 286
BOYS' SOCCER ROUNDUP: QUARTZ HILL STILL UNBEATEN AFTER PLAYOFF VICTORY. 1077
BRIEFCASE GAS PRICES' CLIMB CONTINUES IN L.A. 519
BRIEFLY NO PRISON FOR MOM IN DEATH OF SONS. 506
BRIEFLY STALKER RECEIVES SUSPENDED TERM. 109
BUSINESS BRIEFS BURNS IS NEW GM FOR GO ONLINE. 506
CABRIALES EARNING HER OWN STAR PRESSURE DOESN'T BOTHER QUARTZ HILL'S BEST SCORING THREAT. 596
CAN WE GO, MOM? HISTORICAL COMPACTS, MULTIMEDIA EXHIBITS ENLIVEN MUSEUMS. 1430
CITY ROUNDUP: SYLMAR DEMONSTRATES IT'S TOUGH ENOUGH. 418
CLIPPERS VS. DALLAS. 136
CLUB GETS EXTRA $100,000 IN FUNDS. 283
CLWA NAMES GENERAL MANAGER MASNADA REPLACES RETIRING SAGEHORN. 415
COLLEGE BASEBALL NOTEBOOK: EX-HART PLAYER IS MR. (W)RIGHT FOR LONG BEACH. 537
COMPETITIVE DUVAL TAKES PRIDE IN PLAY NO. 2 IN THE WORLD STANDS THREE STROKES OFF THE LEAD. Statistical Data Included 599
CONSENT DECREE REPORT MIXED. 782
CSUN NOTEBOOK: MATADORS NEED TO REGROUP - IN A HURRY. 478
DAILY UPDATE COLLEGES ANTELOPE VALLEY COLLEGE THE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM LOST 60-55 TO RIO HONDO ON WEDNESDAY AND FELL OUT OF FIRST PLACE IN THE FOOTHILL CONFERENCE. 490
DAILY UPDATE. 432
DELTA SCIENTIFIC'S GEAR ON FEDERAL PRIORITY LIST. 353
DEMOCRATS BEGIN 3-DAY CONVENTION, PUSHING DAVIS CANDIDACY. 517
DEPUTIES USE SENSES TO FIND CRASHED CAR. 239
DISNEY STUDIOS ELEVATES COOK TO CHAIRMAN. 743
DODGERS NOTEBOOK: DODGERS DON'T PLAN TO HURRY DREIFORT. 706
E-MAIL FROM SALT LAKE CITY. 203
FINALLY, WE'RE RID OF THIS MONSTER. 706
FORBES SCHOOL TO CLOSE PAYNE WILL REOPEN UNDER COST-SAVING PLAN. 444
GAME OF THE WEEK: SO. SECTION DIVISION I-A: HART AGAIN HAS PLENTY IN RESERVE BACKUP SPARKS SECOND-QUARTER PUSH HART 71, CAMARILLO 64. 573
GARDENS SHOULD NURTURE INDIVIDUAL TASTES. 640
GIRLS' BASKETBALL: REBELS HIGH ON CRIMES SOPHOMORE GROWING INTO GAME. 650
GIRLS' HOOP CITY CHAMP.: YOUNG SYLMAR KEEPS COMPOSURE SYLMAR 55, PALISADES 46. 355
GIRLS' HOOP ROUNDUP: CHATSWORTH WINS IT AT FREE-THROW LINE. 284
GIRLS' SOCCER: ANDERSON LOVES TO GET TOUGH CANYON DEFENDER ANNOUNCES PRESENCE SOURCE} BY NEVIN BARICH STAFF WRITER. 580
GIRLS' SOCCER: GREEDY FOR MORE VICTORIES ERVIN PART OF JUNIOR GROUP BUILDING VALENCIA SUCCESS. 331
HAHN CALLS FOR BROADER INQUIRY INTO SECESSION. 480
HATS OFF TO U.S.' LECLAIR IN OPENER FORWARD SCORES 3 IN ROUT OF FINLAND U.S. 6, FINLAND 0. 879
HEALTHY WAY TO PLAY SOME GOLFERS FIND THEY NEED HELP TO FINISH ROUNDS. 583
HERITAGE CALLED A PLUS LATINOS AT CONFERENCE URGED TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BACKGROUND. 258
HIS LEG HEALED, KANKE RETURNS. 474
ICE HOCKEY ROUNDUP: SUNDIN LEADS WAY AS SWEDES STUN CANADIANS IN OPENER. 280
L.A. INCOMPLETE AGAIN BRYANT'S EFFORT WASTED IN LOSS TO HAWKS ATLANTA 93, LAKERS 90. 613
LAKERS NOTEBOOK: GEORGE NO LONGER SEEN AS `COMPLACENT'. 443
LANCASTER PROGRAM GIVES 11 WORKERS A NEW BEGINNING. 359
MEN'S LUGE: THORPE GETS HIS MEDAL, WITH HELP U.S. PAIR WIN SILVER, BRONZE IN LUGE; GERMANS CAPTURE GOLD. Statistical Data Included 639
MEN'S SNOWBOARD: KLUG BEATS ODDS AGAIN ONCE NEAR DEATH, HE WINS BRONZE AFTER TRANSPLANT. Statistical Data Included 781
MORMON CHOIR TO SING. 161
MURRAY SURVIVES ROLL-OVER. 490
NEW CHURCH OFFERS ALL A WELCOME HOME. 606
NISSAN OPEN NOTEBOOK: A TOUR BREEDS SUCCESS. 613
NISSAN OPEN SECURITY: GOLFERS ACCEPT SECURITY RISKS TO SOME, RIVIERA FEELS MORE LIKE AN AIRPORT THAN A GOLF COURSE. 650
NO EXTENSION FOR CONTRACT OF CITY MANAGER TWO-HOUR COUNCIL SESSION FAILS TO PRODUCE CONSENSUS. 388
PEPPERDINE NOTEBOOK: WAVES EAGER TO TAKE BIG STEP. 433
PLAYERS TO CELEBRATE PURIM. 196
POLICE ON OVERTIME TO PATROL AIRPORT. 405
PRODUCER NOMINEES ANNOUNCED. 299
PROJECT: L.A. ECONOMY STUDY TARGETS LURING NEW BUSINESSES. 445
RE-PAIRED OLYMPIC OFFICIALS DO THE RIGHT THING. 1053
REGIONAL KMARTS REPORTEDLY TO CLOSE. 497
REPORT SAYS LAND BUYOUT IS UNLIKELY OAKMONT V STUDY RELEASED. 861
RIGHT RESTRAINT CHP OFFERS TO INSPECT CHILD SAFETY SEAT. 417
RIVIERA COURSE TAKES ITS TOLL. Statistical Data Included 337
ROUNDUP: CINCINNATI'S LOGAN OUTSCORES SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI BY HIMSELF. 335
SAILING FOR FUN, UNITS NOVICE BOATERS SIGN UP FOR CSUN COURSE. 511
SC NOTEBOOK: NO ROOM FOR ERROR ANYMORE. 519
SILVER TURNS GOLD FOR CANADIANS SKATERS TO SHARE TOP PRIZE IN PAIRS WITH RUSSIAN DUO. 1233
SOUTHERN SECTION NORTHERN DIVISION WRESTLING: RIO MESA'S ROMO PINS HIS HOPES LATE IN WINNING QUARTERFINAL MATCH. 514
SOUTHERN SECTION ROUNDUP: MOORPARK RALLIES PAST SAUGUS. 1327
SOUTHERN SECTION ROUNDUP: MOORPARK RALLIES PAST SAUGUS. 1171
THE WRITING ON (AND OFF) THE WALL PGA NOT ABOUT TO LIGHTEN UP. 649
TODAY'S GAMES USC VS. ARIZONA. 642
TRANSIENT FACING MURDER CHARGES IN PAIR OF SLAYINGS. 310
UCLA NOTEBOOK: WALCOTT GIVES A NEEDED SPARK. 534
VALENCIA FLYERS HOCKEY NOTEBOOK: FLYERS LOOK FOR AN EDGE LINE CHANGES BOOST OFFENSE. 450
VIOLENCE SILENCES BEAGLE NEIGHBOR ARRESTED IN DOG'S DEATH. 407
WANTED MAN ARRESTED. 105
WILL THE REAL JOHN DALY PLEASE APPEAR? Statistical Data Included 833

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