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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 1992
Los Angeles Police Officer Suzanne Campbell sued the city and several police officials Wednesday, accusing former Officer Ernest Hill of raping her at the Police Academy and alleging that the department--including former Chief Daryl F. Gates--mishandled her complaint.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 1992
Los Angeles Police Officer Suzanne Campbell sued the city and several police officials Wednesday, accusing former Officer Ernest Hill of raping her at the Police Academy and alleging that the department--including former Chief Daryl F. Gates--mishandled her complaint.
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OPINION
November 26, 2004
Re "Tough Boots to Fill," Nov. 21: I do not understand why the recruiters are having problems filling their quotas. Within the millions of young people who voted for President Bush, there must be some who are willing to walk their talk. Within the millions of older adults who voted for Bush there must be some who are willing to put their own lives on the line for Bush's war. It is nothing short of hypocrisy for people to expect "others" to fight and die in wars that they support.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 28, 1997
"He was my hero." --Bill Cosby, speaking about his murdered son Ennis. "The damn thing works!" --Pathfinder project manager Anthony Spear in a Pasadena auditorium, watching pictures from the Mars exploration. "This is not going to be an easy fight. Power is never easily relinquished." --Assemblyman Bob Hertzberg, the Sherman Oaks Democrat who was co-author of a law making it easier for the San Fernando Valley to secede from Los Angeles. "It may seem like a dramatic cut.
NEWS
March 3, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, This article was reported by Bettina Boxall, Greg Krikorian and Jim Newton. It was written by Newton
Despite years of increasingly pointed warnings and mounting legal challenges, sexual harassment at the Los Angeles Police Department remains an entrenched and serious problem, according to documents and numerous police officials who say there is a climate of hostility toward women that has until recently gone virtually unchecked.
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June 19, 1988 | MARY LOU LOPER, Times Staff Writer
Standing tall, the Art Center College of Design's president David Brown remarked, "I am so happy not to be the tallest thing here tonight." He's 6-foot-8. He was standing next to Alyce Williamson, chairman of the center's first (and not to be its last) Imagination Ball. In full, white regalia, she was the incredible Snow Queen--a mass of Ruben Panis feathers, beads, glitter, with a cloak of feathers and an ascending hat of feathers.
NEWS
March 3, 1994 | JIM NEWTON, This article was reported by Bettina Boxall, Greg Krikorian and Jim Newton. It was written by Newton
Despite years of increasingly pointed warnings and mounting legal challenges, sexual harassment at the Los Angeles Police Department remains an entrenched and serious problem, according to documents and numerous police officials who say there is a climate of hostility toward women that has until recently gone virtually unchecked.
NEWS
April 3, 1997 | AMY PYLE and MARTHA GROVES, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As thousands of parents fretted that their children might have contracted the hepatitis A virus from a school lunch strawberry dessert, the Los Angeles Unified School District on Wednesday rushed to set up inoculation clinics at 17 schools. Three of the clinics will open today. Meanwhile, equally frustrated federal investigators labored to peg responsibility in the food chain. There was finger-pointing on both sides of the U.S.
NATIONAL
November 21, 2004 | J.R. Moehringer, Times Staff Writer
The number seems to hang above their heads like the banners on the walls. It's a big number, and they grimace when it's mentioned, because it's more than a number. It's an order. By the end of the month, the seven soldiers who staff this U.S. Army recruiting station must put 14 new men or women in boots. "This job will kill you," one recruiter says under his breath. "This is the most stressful job I have ever had."
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