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February 25, 1993 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Los Angeles police officer allegedly ran marathons to win the love of a KABC weatherman before she ended up in court this week on trial for stalking the man and his wife.
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June 7, 1998
Dallas Raines, weatherman, KABC Channel 7 "The first sign is when you can't see the San Gabriel Mountains. People can come out for a visit in the summer and stay for weeks and never realize that there are mountains there. I also know it's summer when the lowriders come out. Lowriders don't drive in the rain. It would be a sin to get rain on their cars." * Cory Everson, hostess, ESPN2's "Gotta Sweat" "The birds.
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MAGAZINE
June 7, 1998
Dallas Raines, weatherman, KABC Channel 7 "The first sign is when you can't see the San Gabriel Mountains. People can come out for a visit in the summer and stay for weeks and never realize that there are mountains there. I also know it's summer when the lowriders come out. Lowriders don't drive in the rain. It would be a sin to get rain on their cars." * Cory Everson, hostess, ESPN2's "Gotta Sweat" "The birds.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 13, 1995 | CARLA HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you've lived here for the last couple of years, you've already talked yourself numb on the subjects of Heidi, Michael Jackson and you-know-who. * Now, you're talking rain. When's it gonna stop? Where's it gonna flood? Or--as everybody was asking under Thursday's dry but still sulky sky--when's it gonna rain again? "I think it's gonna start again tomorrow night," said Tod McLean contemplatively as he stood in a Chevrolet auto parts store in Cerritos. "And this one looks like a big one."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 13, 1995 | CARLA HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you've lived here for the last couple of years, you've already talked yourself numb on the subjects of Heidi, Michael Jackson and you-know-who. * Now, you're talking rain. When's it gonna stop? Where's it gonna flood? Or--as everybody was asking under Thursday's dry but still sulky sky--when's it gonna rain again? "I think it's gonna start again tomorrow night," said Tod McLean contemplatively as he stood in a Chevrolet auto parts store in Cerritos. "And this one looks like a big one."
NEWS
September 3, 1986 | Associated Press
A city bus slid into a concrete abutment in heavy rain Tuesday, injuring 18 people, officials said. The driver of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit bus was pinned for almost two hours, a DART spokesman said. He was reported in serious condition after undergoing surgery.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 18, 1992
I read Howard Rosenberg's April 8 column, "The Soggy Envelope, Please . . . ," with much interest. I enjoy the weather programs, with this exception: It seems they are being used as springboards to show biz. I wrote Fritz Coleman and suggested (because so many of us are here from somewhere else) that we might enjoy hearing about the weather in Paris or London--all over the globe! There's time for it--the weather here is always the same. I received a thank-you. That was that. Well, Maclovio Perez and Dallas Raines are educated weathermen.
NEWS
September 23, 1990
Town Councilman Michael Murray said Tuesday that the Old Fashioned Days Committee has scheduled a series of community events to raise funds for the annual Altadena parade and celebration. On Oct. 27, the committee will hold a '50s dance in a parking lot on the corner of Lake Avenue and Calaveras Street from 7 to 11 p.m. Festivities will include a lip-syncing contest, in which contestants will mouth '50s tunes, a beer garden and a display of vintage '50s cars.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 19, 1993
A woman who used to serve on the Los Angeles police force was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in County Jail and three years probation for stalking a KABC-TV weatherman. Martha Cane, 41, could have faced up to a year in County Jail for stalking Dallas Raines. It took a Glendale jury about 30 minutes last month to find her guilty. Deputy Dist. Atty. Mark Kim said he recommended the maximum sentence against Cane "because this was a very serious offense."
NEWS
April 21, 1991
Breakfast, bands and a barbershop quartet will be among the fun and festivities at the Silver Anniversary Old Fashioned Days Parade Saturday. With Dallas Raines, a KABC-TV weatherman, as grand marshal, the parade will start at 11 a.m. outside the Altadena Library on Mariposa Street. From there, the parade will proceed east to Lake Avenue and then go south to Morada Place. There will be an entertainment center at Lake Avenue and Calaveras Street, with fashion shows and a storyteller.
NEWS
February 25, 1993 | DENISE HAMILTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Los Angeles police officer allegedly ran marathons to win the love of a KABC weatherman before she ended up in court this week on trial for stalking the man and his wife.
NEWS
September 3, 1986 | Associated Press
A city bus slid into a concrete abutment in heavy rain Tuesday, injuring 18 people, officials said. The driver of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit bus was pinned for almost two hours, a DART spokesman said. He was reported in serious condition after undergoing surgery.
MAGAZINE
February 19, 2006
Monday is Northern Hemisphere Hoodie-Hoo Day. It was dreamed up by a guy who thought people oppressed by winter should hasten its end by running into the streets shouting "Hoodie-Hoo!" That could be amusing, but the last time it snowed in downtown L.A. was in 1949. So we suggest you mark the holiday with 1991's "L.A. Story." Steve Martin, at right, plays a TV weatherman weary of climatic consistency.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 2002 | Steve Harvey
The caller to the McDonnell/Douglas radio show on KSPN-AM (1110) was enraged. Guest Fred Dryer, a pro football player turned actor (TV's "Hunter"), had just questioned whether the Lakers had enough "heart" to win another championship ring. The caller snarled to Dryer, "You'll never get a ring." Then the Lakers fan hurled the ultimate insult in this town: "And, you won't get an Emmy or Oscar either!"
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