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NEWS
December 13, 1985
In the words of the Nov. 29 article by Diane Reischel, ". . . Actress Donna Mills, swathed in an ermine and Russian lynx coat . . . " is quoted as saying "I don't like the idea of animals being trapped" ("Furs for Men and Women Depart From Traditional"). So humane of her. Chances are, however, this is exactly the way her wrap was obtained. It appears that Mills prefers "ranched furs." Ranch brings to mind visions of playful days in some idyllic meadow under the warm sun, surrounded by the smell of sweet grasses.
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NATIONAL
March 4, 2003 | Elizabeth Shogren, Times Staff Writer
The EPA on Monday proposed overhauling guidelines for assessing whether chemicals or other substances pose cancer risks. The new procedures generally would permit higher exposure to the toxic substances, officials said. For the first time, the agency also proposed supplemental guidelines for gauging particular risks to children. Children are more susceptible to some toxic chemicals than adults. Environmental groups called the special guidelines for children a step in the right direction.
BOOKS
November 11, 1990 | Teresa Carpenter, Carpenter is a Pulitzer Prize-winning crime reporter for the Village Voice and author of "Missing Beauty" (W. W. Norton) .
For the last 20 years, Peter Maas has displayed a positive genius for spotting the sui generis. Who better than Joe Valachi to guide us through the previously uncharted terrain of organized crime? Or Frank Serpico to reveal the moral rot at the heart of the New York City Police? Or Marie Ragghianti, whose crusade against the state of Tennessee showed how a principled nobody can run tire tracks over an evil bureaucracy.
NATIONAL
April 6, 2013 | By Michael Mello
Lawyers for Casey Anthony have filed suit in bankruptcy court to prevent one of her creditors from selling her life story. Bankruptcy trustee Stephen Meininger considers Anthony's story an asset akin to any other and is seeking the rights in perpetuity to that story as a way of earning money, according to various reports, including the Associated Press and the Orlando Sentinel . Anthony's daughter, Caylee Marie, was last seen in June...
NATIONAL
January 22, 2009 | Associated Press
Slain Florida toddler Caylee Anthony's mouth was covered with silver duct tape that had been adorned with a heart-shaped sticker, according to reports released Wednesday. The reports released by the state attorney's office also said that duct tape was attached to her hair, and that the girl's remains were placed in a laundry-hamper bag and then secured in a plastic garbage bag before being left in the woods. When investigators processed the duct tape at an FBI lab in Quantico, Va.
NEWS
June 17, 1993 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A man who claimed he was a physicist was arrested by campus police at Cal Poly Pomona early Wednesday after he was seen loitering around a building where a pipe bomb went off a day earlier, authorities said. Michael Joel Whitney, 35, of Moreno Valley in Riverside County, was wearing jeans, a sport coat and carrying two 12-inch daggers in scabbards around his waist when arrested.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 13, 1986 | WILLIAM NOTTINGHAM, Times Staff Writer
When the call crackled over John Rondina's radio, the 20-year Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy scrunched his face in disbelief. "At first, you know how you say, 'Sure, sure. . . .' " But as he reached the usually quiet La Puente neighborhood around Inyo Street on Friday morning, the deputy found five or six strapping firefighters and a handful of frightened neighbors indeed being held at bay by a tiny gray squirrel. This was no docile, park-variety peanut eater, however.
NEWS
July 19, 1989 | MARCIDA DODSON, Times Staff Writer
A sweeping ordinance, thought to be the most comprehensive law in the nation restricting the chlorofluorocarbons and other compounds destroying the globe's protective ozone layer, was passed Tuesday night by the Irvine City Council. The ordinance, approved 4 to 1, will affect businesses in the Orange County city that use or produce chlorofluorocarbons, or CFCs.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 8, 2002 | STEVEN LINAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Amanda Burton proved to be a formidable performer in "Silent Witness," the first-rate A&E films about a sharp medical examiner. Tonight, she takes on a new persona in the title role of the TV movie "Helen West: Deep Sleep" (9 p.m., A&E). This is the first of three mysteries--the others are due this fall--drawn from books by Frances Fyfield about a British prosecutor in London.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1995 | VIVIEN LOU CHEN
A controversial proposal to pump 9.8 pounds of contaminants a day into the air is perhaps the best way to clean up one of the largest vacant land parcels in Burbank, according to a team of consultants hired by the city. But residents living near the 90-acre site owned by the Lockheed Martin Corp. may still be at significant risk of contracting cancer unless the cleanup effort is continually monitored, among other things, the experts said.
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