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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1985 | Karen A. Gallegos \f7
An 11-month-old baby was critically injured Friday when the stroller his grandmother was pushing across Westminster Boulevard was struck by a car, police said. The child, Julio Angel Martinez of Westminster, was taken to Fountain Valley Community Hospital with cuts and fractured and was reported in critical condition. His grandmother, Bertha Camino of Westminster, received no injuries but was treated for shock at Humana Hospital in Westminster, police said.
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TRAVEL
June 2, 1991 | GARY SWAN, Swan is a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle
Before we left last November for Mexico with our 18-month-old toddler, it seemed all of our friends warned us against foreign travel with anyone so young--particularly to a country where he might be vulnerable to intestinal disorders. But we would make the same trip tomorrow, and would recommend it to any family willing to do some planning and take reasonable caution.
BUSINESS
November 17, 2013 | By Andrew Tangel
NEW YORK - Steven Cintron kicks back on a small sofa a mere couple feet from his kitchen table. The breather from his construction job is welcome, even if cramped like everything else in New York City. The couch doubles as a bed for his pit bull, Bruno. Cintron's own queen-size mattress is shoved in the back with the TV, a hunched walk past the mini-fridge, three-burner stove and closet-size bathroom. Cintron's roughly 200-square-foot pad isn't just any tiny apartment in the Big Apple.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 1999
Editor's note: Four students in Melissa Eastman Wantz's creative writing class at El Camino High School in Ventura collaborated on this poem in reaction to the article, "A Silence Settles Along Borders as Refugees Vanish," and photo on the front page of the April 8 edition of The Times: Blace Refugee Camp, Yugoslavia April 8, 1999 Their empty tents, a trail of tears, Twenty thousand people gone, vanished In the night. Families lost, freedom separated; What are they thinking?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
The City Council agreed Friday to spend $2.1 million to fix 23 miles of sidewalks across Los Angeles. Last week, council members had considered not repairing the sidewalks and instead using the money to help offset a $250-million projected shortfall in next year's budget. But after an impassioned plea from Councilwoman Janice Hahn, they decided to repair the walkways after all. "It's not about sidewalks," Hahn said. "It's about people.
NATIONAL
October 11, 2005 | From Times Wire Reports
After four days on high alert, New York City police announced that they were scaling back a subway security crackdown prompted by a report of a terrorist plot to blow up trains. City officials said they were still investigating claims by a federal intelligence agency informant that operatives in Iraq had hatched a plot to attack the subways using baby strollers packed with remote-controlled explosives.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 7, 1991
Authorities raided a storage warehouse Friday and found truckloads of stolen goods that included baby strollers, cases of champagne and boxes of cereal, totaling about $500,000. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Lt. Jim Harris said many of the goods were cargoes hijacked from shipping trucks or stolen from various distribution warehouses in Los Angeles County. Deputies served a search warrant at the warehouse at 1914 E. Edinger Ave.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 16, 1999 | REGINA HONG
Calvary Chapel in Costa Mesa is sponsoring "Thank God for Babies Day" on Jan. 23, the day after the anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court ruling legalizing abortion. Lisa Burroughs, the organizer for the event, said there will be games for babies and parents, and free baby clothing, strollers and baby furniture will be given out to mothers in need. She said the event, which runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 3800 S.
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