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July 31, 1998 | P.J. HUFFSTUTTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two Orange County firms and three area employees have been snared in a three-state crackdown aimed at shutting down an alleged fraudulent investing scheme. Nine individuals, including two from Orange County and one from Los Angeles, were arrested Thursday after their firm, Cleveland-based Options Trading Inc., was indicted by an Idaho grand jury for allegedly defrauding investors. Authorities searched the Newport Beach offices of an Options affiliate, Currency Trading International Inc.
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BUSINESS
July 31, 1998 | P.J. HUFFSTUTTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two Orange County firms and three area employees have been snared in a three-state crackdown aimed at shutting down an alleged fraudulent investing scheme. Nine individuals, including two from Orange County and one from Los Angeles, were arrested Thursday after their firm, Cleveland-based Options Trading Inc., was indicted by an Idaho grand jury for allegedly defrauding investors. Authorities searched the Newport Beach offices of an Options affiliate, Currency Trading International Inc.
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NEWS
April 14, 1985 | Associated Press
Firefighting teams moved into this community's business district Friday to begin cleaning up a spill of a highly toxic agricultural chemical that hospitalized a dozen people, authorities reported. The leak last week of about 30 gallons of 2-4-Dinitrophenol, known under the trade name Dynosib, from a truck also forced the evacuation of a nearby trailer park, a restaurant and another business.
SPORTS
January 23, 1998 | STEVE HENSON
Cal State Northridge 101, Idaho State 77--Appearing relaxed yet assertive, the Matadors led from the start, shot well and defended even better in the Big Sky Conference game before 708 at Northridge. From Lucky Grundy's season-high 18 points to Jabari Simmons' dunks to Mike O'Quinn's twisting layups to Brian Heinle's 6-for-6 to Trenton Cross' 17 points and seven assists, Northridge was firing on nearly all cylinders.
SPORTS
April 4, 1998 | BILL CHRISTINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Smiling, trainer Wayne Lukas ticked off the names: Bobby Barnett, Kiaran McLaughlin, Mark Hennig, Randy Bradshaw, Todd Pletcher and Dallas Stewart. They are the most prominent members of the Lukas Alumni Assn., former assistant trainers to the perennial national purse leader who are fashioning their own careers. Sometimes, they make Lukas turn the other cheek.
SPORTS
August 30, 2007 | Chris Dufresne, ON COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Ready. . . set. . . Hold it, are we sure they're ready? In 1999, the No. 4 Arizona Wildcats opened what was supposed to a banner Pacific 10 Conference season with a 41-7 loss at Penn State. Three openers ago, Oregon State traveled to treacherous Baton Rouge, La., and played the Louisiana State Tigers off their paws and had the game won until they didn't, losing, 21-20, in overtime.
NEWS
October 30, 1994 | DAVID FOSTER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
From his mountainside home, Kelly Walton has a commanding view of the irrigated farmland and sagebrush plains of southern Idaho. On a clear day, he can see the Sawtooth Mountains, 120 miles away. Walton also spies more ominous things on the horizon: Godlessness. Crumbling morals. A social and spiritual decay spreading across the nation, sapping its strength and stealing its soul. His rural neighbors do not always share Walton's alarm. "I tell them: Do you have a television?
NEWS
March 9, 1986 | PAUL HOUSTON, Times Staff Writer
So much special-interest money is pouring into Sen. Charles E. Grassley's campaign coffers that he has to keep a computer printout on his desk to remind him who has contributed. Grassley (R-Iowa) sits on the tax-writing Senate Finance Committee, where the cash register is ringing for others as well.
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