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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1999
The condition of a 7-year-old boy attacked by three German shepherds this week improved Thursday, officials said. The dogs repeatedly bit Angel Lopez of Panorama City while he was at the home of a 10-year-old neighbor in the 7800 block of Peachtree Avenue on Tuesday night, said Capt. Robert Pena of the city Department of Animal Regulation. Angel, who was in critical condition after the incident, was reported in good condition Thursday.
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SPORTS
August 13, 1994
The Newport Beach Dukes' Larisa Neiland and Kelly Jones finished second and third on the World TeamTennis' year-end prize money list. Neiland, the WTT female most valuable player and female rookie of the year, collected $36,470.44 in helping lead the Dukes to an undefeated regular season. Jones, the male MVP and men's singles winner, earned $36,375. Players earn a percentage of the $720,000 total prize money based on their season-long individual performances in singles and doubles events.
SPORTS
March 31, 1994
The roster for the Newport Beach Dukes, two-time Western Division champions of World TeamTennis, was set for the new season Wednesday with Zina Garrison Jackson joining the team. Garrison Jackson, ranked 17th in the world in women's singles, filled in during four matches for the Dukes last year. She signed with the WTT for her first full season Tuesday and was assigned to Newport Beach. Other members of the team will be Trevor Kronemann, Kelly Jones and Larisa Neiland.
SPORTS
May 15, 1988
The Westminster High School baseball team must forfeit its final Sunset League game, Friday's 7-6 victory over Ocean View, because it used an illegal player, league principals ruled Saturday. The forfeit drops Westminster, now 15-11 overall and 8-7 in league play, into a third-place tie in the Sunset League. Ocean View (14-10-1, 8-6-1) moves from fourth to second in the league, behind league champion Huntington Beach.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 2002
Los Angeles police on Monday were searching for a gunman who opened fire in a crowded auto parts store in Van Nuys over the weekend, killing two employees. Byron Jackson, 40, of Van Nuys, allegedly got into a dispute Sunday with clerks at an AutoZone store in the 16500 block of Sherman Way after he was denied a refund on an auto part, Det. Angel Lopez said. Witnesses told police that Jackson, a regular customer, returned to the store at 1:35 p.m.
WORLD
June 20, 2011 | By Tracy Wilkinson, Los Angeles Times
A newspaper columnist known for writing about corruption and drug violence was slain early Monday — along with his wife and son — by gunmen who broke into the family home as they slept. Miguel Angel Lopez Velasco was shot to death in the port city of Veracruz, the latest of nearly 70 Mexican journalists slain since 2000 and the second to be killed in Veracruz this year. The press in Mexico has increasingly become a target of warring drug cartel factions and corrupt local governments.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 2012 | Gale Holland, Los Angeles Times
I was taking photos at a music after-party in Pomona when a guy went off on me for stealing his friend's image. I might have been forgiven for thinking the friend would appreciate the attention. He was standing in the back room of Aladdin Jr.'s cafe with an open umbrella over his head. But no matter; I explained I was a journalist. His buddy was having none of it. "You're just another girl with a Tumblr account and a camera phone," he sneered. I was shocked. And not only that he would think someone my age would stay up that late if I didn't have to. Had the generation that documents each new cocktail and dessert tray on Facebook finally realized it was over-exposed?
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