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January 16, 2005 | Andy Meisler, Andy Meisler's last story for the magazine was about the Pink Dot delivery service.
At the wheel of a dusty 1997 Chrysler convertible on this warm, cloudless mid-September afternoon is a shortish, roundish, 66-year-old man known mostly these days as Chuck Harris. With his moptop of white hair, the unlined face of a child actor, which indeed he once was, and the square black Swifty Lazar-type eyeglasses of extreme magnification, he pulls up to the guard gate at the KTLA studios in Hollywood. "Chuck Harris for 'Steve Harvey's Big Time!' " he says jauntily.
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January 16, 2005 | Andy Meisler, Andy Meisler's last story for the magazine was about the Pink Dot delivery service.
At the wheel of a dusty 1997 Chrysler convertible on this warm, cloudless mid-September afternoon is a shortish, roundish, 66-year-old man known mostly these days as Chuck Harris. With his moptop of white hair, the unlined face of a child actor, which indeed he once was, and the square black Swifty Lazar-type eyeglasses of extreme magnification, he pulls up to the guard gate at the KTLA studios in Hollywood. "Chuck Harris for 'Steve Harvey's Big Time!' " he says jauntily.
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SPORTS
November 26, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Karon Bradley scored six points in the last two minutes to give 24th-ranked Wichita State a 57-53 victory over sixth-ranked Louisiana State at Baton Rouge, La., on Saturday. Bradley, a senior who sat out last season after transferring from Marquette, gave the Shockers (4-0) their first lead of the game at 52-50 with 1:47 left. The Tigers (2-1) came up empty on their next two possessions when Garrett Temple and Tasmin Mitchell missed three-point shots. Bradley made two free throws with 23 seconds left to give Wichita State a 54-50 lead.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1995 | DAN GALLAGHER, ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER
That drumming in the woods along the Salmon River is the pileated woodpecker drilling holes in wooden power poles. It could also be the sound of ratepayers' coins rattling away to pay for the damage. The 18-inch-tall woodpecker knocks huge holes in the poles for its nests, undermining the supports for power lines that serve central Idaho mountain towns, including Sunbeam and Stanley. "We've had woodpecker problems in the past, but nothing of this magnitude," said Frank Corrales Jr.
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July 30, 2000 | ROSS NEWHAN
The potential impact of Dave Stewart on a pitching staff can be measured by his success with the San Diego Padres in 1998, when they won the National League pennant. Now Stewart, assistant general manager of the Toronto Blue Jays, has put his goal of scaling baseball's bigoted mountain to become only the third African American GM on hold while he replaces Rick Langford as the Blue Jays' pitching coach for the rest of the season.
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March 23, 2001 | KURT STREETER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Almost everyone at Robert Lee Massie's execution early Tuesday will be there because they want to be, even Robert Lee Massie himself. For more than 30 years, he has been saying on and off that he wants the death penalty rather than spending his life in prison. But Massie--who killed in 1965 and again in 1979--has been kept alive again and again. First there was the stay of execution by then-Gov. Ronald Reagan in the late 1960s, then the abolishment of the death penalty by the U.S.
SPORTS
November 13, 1997 | ROB FERNAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sometime after midnight Friday, Steve Barlow hopes to celebrate an anniversary in winning style. That's when the Thousand Oaks resident figures he'll be pulling into Ensenada in his modified Ford truck--the one equipped with 10 kidney-saving shock absorbers--at the conclusion of the 30th annual Baja 1000, considered the most grueling off-road race in the world.
SPORTS
June 15, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Two days after charges against them were thrown out on a technicality, receiver Michael Irvin of the Dallas Cowboys and two topless dancers were indicted again Friday in Dallas on drug-possession charges. Irvin, whose legal problems stem from a March 4 drug bust at a motel in Irving, Texas, has been charged with possession of cocaine--a felony--and of marijuana, a misdemeanor.
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June 16, 1996 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Chris Ford says he has no trepidation about working for Mike Dunleavy, the general manager of the Milwaukee Bucks and the man he's replacing as their coach. "I think Mike and I have a great relationship," Ford said Saturday after becoming the sixth coach in the Bucks' 28-year history. Dunleavy, who went to Milwaukee after two seasons with the Lakers, was stripped of his coaching duties April 27 after going 107-221 in four seasons with the Bucks.
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