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February 14, 1991 | JANE HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Erik Sorenson, executive producer of "CBS This Morning," was named executive producer of the "CBS Evening News With Dan Rather," the network said Wednesday. He replaced Tom Bettag at the helm of the troubled CBS News showcase, which has been lagging in third place in the evening-news race since the Persian Gulf War began.
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February 14, 1991 | JANE HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Erik Sorenson, executive producer of "CBS This Morning," was named executive producer of the "CBS Evening News With Dan Rather," the network said Wednesday. He replaced Tom Bettag at the helm of the troubled CBS News showcase, which has been lagging in third place in the evening-news race since the Persian Gulf War began.
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August 4, 1989 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Michael Singer has been named news director at KCBS-TV Channel 2. Singer, who has been managing editor of the station for two years, replaces Eric Sorenson who was named to the new post of vice president and station manager last week.
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July 19, 1997 | KIMBERLY BROWER
Aliso Niguel High School graduate Eric Sorenson has been awarded a $10,000 college scholarship from the Marbella Scholarship Foundation. The nonprofit organization, based in San Juan Capistrano, has given the scholarship for three years to local college-bound students who play golf for their high school teams. Sorenson plans to attend the University of San Diego in the fall.
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June 2, 1992
A 28-year-old Costa Mesa man was killed early Monday when his truck rolled off an embankment next to the transition road between Interstate 5 and northbound Coast Highway in Dana Point, authorities said. Todd Eric Sorenson was leaving the freeway at the Beach Cities exit about 1 a.m. when he drove off the road onto a dirt embankment and his truck overturned, according to a report by Officer Mike Kelley of the California Highway Patrol.
SPORTS
February 22, 1992 | COLIN EMBREY
Mission Viejo took a 12-point lead into the fourth quarter and outlasted Villa Park, 52-48, Friday night in the Southern Section Division II-A playoffs. Mission Viejo (8-16) will meet Los Amigos (8-15) in the second round Tuesday night. Poor free-throw shooting by Mission Viejo allowed Villa Park (11-13) to get back into the game in the final minutes, but Eric Sorenson, who missed the front end of three previous one-and-ones, made two free throws with four seconds remaining to seal the victory.
SPORTS
November 15, 1992
Carlsbad got four goals apiece from Mike Armour and sophomore Chris Piersoll and scored an 11-10 victory over San Pasqual in the first round of the San Diego Section 2-A water polo playoffs at El Cajon Valley High School. The victory by Carlsbad (16-9) sets up a quarterfinal contest against top-seeded Bishop's at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at El Cajon Valley. Shane Frank and Patrick Berhman scored four goals apiece for San Pasqual (17-10).
SPORTS
January 23, 1992 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Even when things looked bad Wednesday night, and there were moments when it was downright grim for Capistrano Valley, the one guy who never stopped believing was Tom Airey. He watched Irvine take a 12-point lead in the first quarter. He saw his team blow an eight-point advantage in the fourth quarter. And he only grimaced a little when the Vaqueros went ahead by two with 13 seconds left.
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August 30, 1998 | PATRICK KERKSTRA and JOE MOZINGO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
As the sun began to flare Saturday in Boyle Heights and the morning shadows retreated from the sidewalk in front of the Santa Cecilia restaurant, Mariachi Plaza became unbearable for Chrisanto Medina. His leather boots and polyester-lined black wool pants left him sweltering. The line of steel eagle emblems that adorned his legs seared in the sunlight. By 11 a.m.
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August 30, 1998 | GREGORY MENA and RENEE TAWA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
On Saturday, the heat had children begging for The Throne. In Buena Park, at On Fire Four Square Church, about 1,000 children from low-income families ran in circles, chasing each other with water bottles and hoping a rainbow-wigged clown in a blue plaid jumpsuit was a good shot. If the clown hit a target on a water tank called The Throne, at least a few lucky kids would get a good drenching. "The kids look worn by the heat," said volunteer Lynda Allen, who had a water bottle at her side.
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