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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (August 28, 2005)

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'IT IS SPECTACULAR' COLLEGE'S NEW LIBRARY TO OPEN AT SEPT. 9 EVENT. 512
ALL THE NEWS THAT'S FIT TO SPOOF ROBERTSON MAY BE SPEAKING IN TONGUES. 1012
AMERICAN LEAGUE UPDATE: ROBINSON WANTS RECORDS REMOVED. 635
ANGELS NOTEBOOK: SWEENEY DEAL NOT DEAD YET. 340
ATTORNEYS HELPING FILL STAFF VOID COUNTY PAYS PRIVATE DEFENSE LAWYERS TO TAKE ON AV CASES. 453
AVIATION BUFFS BRAVE HEAT TO WATCH KINGS OF THE SKY. 544
BRIEFLY. 815
BRIEFLY. 279
BRIEFLY. 147
CAL LEAGUE: SHAPPI'S MISTAKE COSTS 'HAWKS HIGH DESERT 2, JETHAWKS 0. 151
CALIFORNIA HAS FOREIGN POLICY PUNCH STATE LAWMAKERS COMPOSE 1/4 OF PANEL IN CONGRESS. 1008
CASE CLOSED SIMI VALLEY STANDOUT POISED FOR A DOMINATING SEASON. 551
CLEMENS CAN STILL DELIVER GOODS AT 43. 832
DEBRA CLUNG ON TO LIFE TO SAY GOODBYE. Editorial 777
DEVELOPER REDESIGNS BIG PROJECT PARKLAND ADDED, HOMES CUT. 352
DODGERS NOTEBOOK: MCCOURT SAYS HE BACKS DEPODESTA. 458
DORRELL ENDS THE SUSPENSE DECLARES DREW OLSON WINNER OF UCLA'S QB COMPETITION. Statistical Data Included 792
EDITORIAL ARNOLD'S FINAL EXAM IT'S MAKE-IT OR BREAK-IT SEASON FOR THE GOVERNOR. Editorial 340
EDITORIAL BASE POLITICS. Editorial 165
EDITORIAL WEEK IN REVIEW. Editorial 176
FINLEY IS LOSING HIS GRIP STRUGGLES WITH BAT, GLOVE IN ANGELS' LOSS TAMPA BAY 6, ANGELS 3. 773
GAS RISE IS BUDGET-BURNER AGENCIES SCRAMBLE TO WORK MORE EFFICIENTLY. 718
GRANICY SQUARE STORES LOTS OF FAMILY MEMORIES. 663
HART HIGH FOOTBALL PLAYER USED TO OVERCOMING OBSTACLES. 710
HOW 'THE CONSTANT GARDENER' GREW IT TOOK COMMITTED STARS, A PLIANT PRODUCER AND VISIONARY DIRECTOR NOT AFRAID TO PRUNE. 1605
JACKSON'S FIVE A HIT FOR L.A. PITCHER, OFFENSE ARE IN A GROOVE IN DODGERS' VICTORY OVER ASTROS DODGERS 8, HOUSTON 3. 589
JACKSON'S FIVE A HIT FOR L.A. PITCHER, OFFENSE ARE IN A GROOVE IN DODGERS' VICTORY OVER ASTROS DODGERS 8, HOUSTON 3. 646
JAMES CAMERON GETS DEEP ON UNDERSEA LIFE, ITS CONNECTION TO OUTER SPACE AND THE FUTURE OF FILMMAKING. 1017
KIDS GET READY TO RETURN TO CLASS TERM WILL START BEFORE LABOR DAY. 625
LIFTING UP A LIFE CELEBRANT MAKES FUNERALS PERSONAL. 1031
LOOKY-LOOS COMING OUT OF THE CLOSET. 556
METHANE-RUN DEVICES POWER HOMES LANDFILL GAS IS USED TO TURN MICRO-TURBINES TO PRODUCE ELECTRICITY. 463
NATIONAL LEAGUE UPDATE: TAVERAS GETS SOME LATE COMPETITION FOR ROY. 1035
PALMDALE WOMAN IS KILLED IN CRASH. 140
PUBLIC FORUM. Editorial 1328
QUITE A WILD RIDE CHANGE IN PLAYOFF FORMAT HAS HELPED INVIGORATE PENNANT RACES. 1262
SEARCHING FOR MEANING. 887
SEWER RATES COULD RISE IN DISTRICTS NEW TREATMENT PLANT MAY BE REQUIRED. 1115
SOME CALL IT CORRUPTION WILL CONFLICTS SINK ARNOLD? 828
SOUNDWALL DEBATE HEATS UP RESIDENTS ON SOUTH FEEL SLIGHTED BY NORTH-SIDE PROJECT. 611
STUDENTS AVID TO ATTEND COLLEGE PROGRAM HELPS KEEP KIDS ON TRACK. 783
SUN BELT ROAD TRIP I-10 MIXES WIDE-OPEN SPACES WITH ROADSIDE ODDITIES, HONKY-TONKS, HISTORY AND GREAT BARBECUE. 1944
THE RIGHT STUFF IN A GROWING FIELD OF AGENTS, FINDING THE PERFECT REAL-ESTATE GUIDE CAN BE A CHALLENGE. 1048
THE WRITING ON (AND OFF) THE WALL RHETORICALLY SPEAKING. 747
TINSELTOWN SPYWITNESS. 960
UCLA NOTEBOOK: BEN OLSON DOWN, BUT NOT OUT. 539
USC NOTEBOOK: INJURIES AFFECT HANCOCK. 476
V-J DAY HONORS `GREATEST GENERATION' SHARES WWII MEMORIES, TEARS. 591
VALENCIA STANDOUT READY TO RETURN. 625
WAL-MART SUPERCENTER WELCOMED BY GROWING COMMUNITY. 1068
WEST NILE THREATENS HORSES. 701
WHAT'S COOL WHAT'S HOT. 733
WHEN IN 'ROME,' YOU'LL BE UNIMPRESSED. 789
WHEN IT COMES TO MORTGAGES, OLD HABITS AREN'T DEAD. 652
WHY SAVE L.A.'S 'WHITE ELEPHANT?' OPPOSITION RAGES OVER PLANS TO 'HELP' CITY'S CONVENTION CENTER PAY OFF. Statistical Data Included 1555

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