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November 29, 1987
The Orange County coroner's office was trying to determine the identity of a man killed in Fullerton early Saturday morning when he apparently ran onto the southbound lane of the Orange Freeway south of Imperial Highway. The man was seen squatting by the side of the road just before he jumped up and ran onto the highway, where he was hit by a truck traveling at about 55 m.p.h., said Rick Plows, supervising deputy coroner.
April 19, 2007 | Randy Lewis, Times Staff Writer
RYAN SEACREST brought it up at the beginning. Chris Richardson alluded to it. Even Simon Cowell mentioned it (after what he would later say was a poorly timed eye roll). But in all the fleeting but heartfelt references Tuesday night on "American Idol" to the shooting tragedy at Virginia Tech, nobody had the wherewithal to use the most powerful tool of heart-to-heart communication at their disposal, the one that the whole enterprise ostensibly is about: music.
November 22, 1999 | HOLLY J. WOLCOTT
The Ventura County Sheriff's Department is asking the public's help in locating four people for allegedly failing to appear in court or violating probation. Arrest warrants have been issued in each case. Kristina Mikami, 22, who also uses the last name Guillean, allegedly violated her probation on a conviction of possessing a controlled substance. She was last known to have lived in the 4600 block of Frost Drive in Oxnard. Mikami is white, 5 feet 2, 160 pounds and has blond hair and blue eyes.
August 15, 1999 | HOLLY J. WOLCOTT
The Ventura County Sheriff's Department is asking the public's help in locating four people wanted in connection with alleged parole and probation violations and failure to appear in court. Warrants have been issued in each case. Albert Juan Joyner, 30, was charged with felony drunk driving, which deputies say is a violation of his state prison parole. Joyner last lived in the 2200 block of Beaufort Drive in Oxnard. He is black, 5 feet 6, 150 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes.
July 29, 1990
Re "Family-Therapy Participants Try to Shed Childhood Anguish" (July 14): I would like to offer another viewpoint concerning John Bradshaw and the workshops he gives. In 1988, I participated in one of John Bradshaw's inner child workshops. Already 18 years into a recovery process from childhood trauma, which included incest, alcoholic parents and severe physical and emotional abuse, there was still a missing puzzle piece. A few years before John's workshop, I had begun to search for my inner child.
September 26, 1993
Some Mission Viejo parents appear to be lacking both a sense of humor and trust in their children at Mission Viejo High School. Surely a little devilishness on the part of young people raised in Christian homes is not going to condemn them to hell. It's the young people's school so let them choose how to present it. The parents are upset by a cartoonish depiction of an otherworldly figure. The situation might be different if there was an actual photo of Old Scratch. Who knows what the devil looks like?
July 18, 1990 | MATT LAIT
Police on Tuesday released a composite drawing of a man suspected of trying to strangle a woman with a nylon stocking in a public restroom. The 20-year-old victim was attacked July 5 as she went into a restroom on the third floor of an office building at 140 S. State College Blvd., police said. Authorities said the victim apparently went into the restroom every morning at about the same time to put on her makeup.
October 1, 1995
Attention Teen Beat editors: Uh, sorry, I meant L.A. Times. It was pretty difficult to tell the difference Sept. 17 with all the gushing going on ("Don't Call Him Sexy" by Bronwen Hruska and "Burning Bush" by Elysa Gardner). How many adjectives do we really need, I wonder? "Jutting jaw muscles and soulful blue eyes," "unkempt goatee . . . calm . . . his arm drapes easily over the back of the sofa," "lean, sinuous frame, high cheekbones and dark elegance" and my personal favorite, "While their appeal to teen-age girls would go without question to anyone who isn't blind.
September 20, 2011 | By Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times Television Critic
Tuesday night, two actresses use their considerable talents to freshen up a pair of shows drawn from the "tried-and-true" pile of network programming, one with much more success than the other. Zooey Deschanel joins sister Emily ("Bones") on the Fox lot, starring in Elizabeth Meriwether's "New Girl," a roommate comedy with a surprisingly satisfying twist. After an ugly breakup, Jess (Deschanel) decides she's tired of being the dorky duckling in a bevy of swans — her roommate Cece (Hannah Simone)
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