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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 2007 | Tony Barboza, Times Staff Writer
Two men pleaded not guilty Friday to slaying the father and sister of a former girlfriend of one of them and the severe beating of her mother at the family's Anaheim Hills home in May. Iftekhar Murtaza, 22, of Van Nuys, and Vitaliy Krasnoperov, 21, of West Hollywood, are charged with two counts of murder and one of attempted murder in the May 21 deaths of Jayprakash and Karishma Dhanak, the father and older sister of Shayona Dhanak, an 18-year-old UC Irvine student who had dated Murtaza.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 2005 | David Haldane and Daniel Yi, Times Staff Writers
Two days short of Halloween, a 19-year-old Aliso Viejo man wearing a paintball mask and dark cape terrorized his neighborhood Saturday morning by gunning down a woman and her father in their home and taking aim at others before committing suicide, authorities said. "He looked like he could have been going out for Halloween ... like Darth Vader," Lt.
NATIONAL
August 28, 2005 | Elizabeth Mehren, Times Staff Writer
About 40 years ago, Ira Townsend paid a surprise visit to his daughter, Patsy, at boarding school. The World War II pilot asked her if she might like to learn to fly, and attached one condition: "Let's not tell Mom." Thus began a shared passion. Look above the gentle hills of central New Hampshire and you will see them many mornings at dawn, and again just before sunset. That's Patsy, 56, in the pilot's seat and Ira, 85, hanging out the open doorway, snapping pictures.
NATIONAL
August 7, 2004 | Maura Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
President Bush, whose father and grandfather preceded him in attending Yale University, said Friday that he opposed special treatment in college admission for children of alumni, just as he opposed special treatment for racial and ethnic minorities. In a question-and-answer session with minority journalists, Bush said he favored programs that increased diversity in the student body, but was against quotas for minority groups, as well as so-called legacy admissions.
MAGAZINE
March 21, 2004 | CRAIG LIGIBEL, Craig Ligibel lives in Mission Hills, Kan. His last story for the travel issue detailed a motorcycle trip through the Alps.
The wind rustled the mosquito netting above my bed, and the sounds of the African night, a discordant symphony of high-pitched insect song mixed with the distant, plaintive bleating of goats, echoed around the room. "What have I gotten myself and my daughters into?" I scribbled in my journal as the inky African darkness enveloped my home for the evening, the 42-room Mountain Village Lodge in the outskirts of Arusha, Tanzania.
TRAVEL
March 14, 2004 | Dean R. Owen, Special to The Times
It is just a few minutes past 6 a.m., and the shiny black waters of the Pacaya River mirror the bright sun and a few white clouds passing slowly across the sky. By noon the air will be stifling, the humidity inching toward 100%. Juan Tejada, a 37-year-old native of the Peruvian Amazon, sits in the front section of our open motorboat. His eyes scour the tops of trees along the river and penetrate deep into the dense rain forest.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 13, 2001 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rene Auberjonois says he no longer feels so fatherly while watching his daughter, Tessa, follow in his distinguished footsteps. Instead, he feels like a professional colleague, free to analyze, critique and enjoy a fellow actor's performance without turning into "a nervous wreck." Auberjonois won a 1970 Tony Award for supporting actor opposite Katharine Hepburn in the musical "Coco." He's most widely recognized for playing Clayton Endicott III on "Benson" and Odo on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 2000 | JACK LEONARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 10-year-old girl was killed Saturday in Newport Beach when the convertible roadster her father was driving struck a center divider and flipped over, authorities said. Yvette Riley of Corona del Mar was pronounced dead about 2:50 p.m. at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, said Joseph Luckey, Orange County's supervising deputy coroner. Her injured father, David Riley, 41, was taken to the same hospital. The two were driving together around 2 p.m.
OPINION
June 20, 1999 | Anne Taylor Fleming, Anne Taylor Fleming is an essayist on the "NewsHour with Jim Lehrer."
The shirts were everywhere, on the floor, the bed, the bureau. At first glance, the scene reminded me of that wonderful moment in "The Great Gatsby," when the hero splays his beautiful, tailored shirts before his beloved, Daisy Buchanan, to dazzle her. But my father's shirts were not laid out to dazzle. Nor were they of the same expensive, delicate stuff as Jay Gatsby's.
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