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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (October 6, 2006)

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`BATTLESTAR' AS GOOD AS IT GETS. 413
A `LITTLE' MOVIE GOES A LONG WAY. 681
AIR FORCE: CAN'T LIVE WITH OR WITHOUT U-2 CONGRESS DENIES PENTAGON'S REQUEST TO RETIRE RECONNAISSANCE PLANES. 533
AIRPORT SETTLES SUIT BY DEAF HOPE'S TERMINALS TO ADD PHONES, VIDEO MONITORS. 409
ALL CAUGHT UP CAMARILLO PRODUCT BORCHARD FINDS HIS WAY IN MAJORS. 702
APTED'S `49 UP' HOPS FROM JUMP-ROPE TO DIVORCE COURT. 377
ARMY CORPS PART OF IRAQ WORK PROBE. 701
BALL HAS PLAYERS CRYING FOUL SOME ARE UNHAPPY WITH NBA'S CHANGE. 966
BEIMEL INJURY STORY IS UNCHANGED. 336
BIODIESEL BREWMEISTERS GROWING NUMBER OF PEOPLE MAKING FUEL OUT OF MIX OF CHEMICALS AND VEGETABLES. 775
BOYS' WATER POLO: PINGREE SAVES H.-W. 230
BRIEFCASE. 368
BRIEFLY. 594
BURROUGHS FROSH WINS TOURNEY. 183
BURROUGHS ROLLS BURROUGHS 54, GLENDALE 6. 260
CHARTERS CAN HELP IN LAUSD REFORM. Editorial 505
COLLEGES: LMU PULLS OFF UPSET. 149
CRIME TIME SCORSESE INHABITS THE STREETS OF SOUTH BOSTON IN `THE DEPARTED'. 1209
DAVIS NAMED 2006 SENIOR OF THE YEAR. 397
DODGERS NOTEBOOK: LOWE IS NO FAN OF D-SHIFTS. 538
EDITORIAL ANTONIO'S PROBLEM SCHOOL BOARD BEHAVES LIKE A BUNCH OF SPOILED BRATS. Editorial 396
EDITORIAL END OF THE RIP-OFF L.A. COMMUNITY COLLEGES FINALLY GET A FAIR SHAKE. Editorial 240
GRIDIRON SHOWDOWN IN ENCINO. 1343
IT'S NOT TWO GOOD DODGERS LOSE TO METS, NOW FACING SWEEP. 1474
L.A. CONFIDENTIAL. 122
LAKERS NOTEBOOK: REMAINING IN GUARDED CONDITION. 434
LAUSD WON'T LET MAYOR BE PART OF HIRING PROCESS. 667
MAYOR DETAILS PLAN TO MAKE L.A. MORE BUSINESS-FRIENDLY. 460
MELODY FAMILY LIVES IN DISCORD, THANKS TO DAD. 642
MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY GAINING GROUND FAST MUSTANGS RANKED NO. 19 IN NATION. 384
MONSTER ON FIELD, BUT A SOFTY TO CHILDREN. 1045
NEW LAWS HELP COLLEGE LOCALLY FAVORED LEGISLATION SIGNED. 673
NEW TOPANGA MALL OFFERS SHOPPERS ... THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS RENOVATED CENTER HAS STORE FOR EVERY BUDGET. 664
OFFICIALS TO LOOK FOR SOURCE OF BEACH POLLUTION. 271
PARROTS WIN. 110
PLAYHOUSE TO HONOR MILLIONAIRE PHILANTHROPIST'S HELP GAVE THEATER COMPANY A HOME. 502
POPULAR COACH'S PARK ON AGENDA LONGSHORE NAME MAY GO ON FACILITY. 260
PUBLIC FORUM. Editorial 1240
READY TO SET BASE KINGS CAMPAIGN FOR MORE FANS. 937
RESTAURANT REVISIT: A BISTRO SPANNING TWO GENERATIONS. 780
SALES OF TV ON DVD RISING HOURLONG DRAMAS WITH EXTRAS BIG SELLERS. 660
SANTA CLARITA LOSES OUT TO EL SEGUNDO. 420
SANTA SUSANA MELTDOWN RELEASED MASSIVE RADIATION STATE-FUNDED PANEL ESTIMATES LEAK CAUSED 260 CANCER CASES. 1018
SCORSESE RETURNS TO FORM WITH ELECTRIFYING `DEPARTED'. 687
SEX, SEX AND MORE SEX: CONSIDER YOURSELF WARNED. 638
SMALL THINGS GET BEST OF LITTLE'S SQUAD. 1014
SOUND CHECK. 706
SPECIAL INTERESTS PROMOTE PROP. R ANSCHUTZ AMONG BIG CONTRIBUTORS. 1018
STREET FESTIVAL TO DRAW ARTISTS TWO-DAY EVENT SLIGHTLY SMALLER. 534
STUDY: L.A. FELONS CAN BUY BULLETS 10 AREA GUN SHOPS SELL AMMUNITION -- LEGALLY. 724
SURVIVING CATASTROPHIC BURNS FIREFIGHTER BEATS THE ODDS, THRIVES. 691
THERE'S A WHOLE LAVA LOVE. 850
TINSELTOWN SPYWITNESS. 567
UCLA NOTEBOOK: LINEMAN LIGHT ON HIS FEET. 453
USC COULD GET FRESH LOOKS AT RECEIVER. 835
USC NOTEBOOK: TROJANS LOST OUT ON QB. 371
UTLA WON'T HOST ANTI-ISRAEL SESSION. 179
WEEKEND FESTIVAL. 418
WHAT A RUSH SCOTT KEEPS HIS FOCUS HIGHLY RATED MOORPARK RB TAKES INCREASING ATTENTION IN STRIDE. 1812
WHAT GOES ON BEHIND ROYALTY'S CLOSED DOORS. 594
WILD JACK. 329

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