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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 2002 | Dave McKibben and Mai Tran, Times Staff Writers
The slaying of a Buena Park businessman has taken a strange twist with the arrest of his sister on suspicion of hiring a hit man to commit the killing. Police initially suspected road rage or robbery in the Oct. 2 fatal shooting of David Montemayor, a 44-year-old father of three who owned a Compton trucking business. Three members of the Pacoima Flats street gang were arrested the day of the shooting. Two other gang members were arrested Friday.
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BUSINESS
May 7, 2009 | Richard Verrier
Marking the latest shift in the executive suites of the movie theater industry, Regal Entertainment Group said Wednesday that Amy Miles, the company's chief financial officer, had been named chief executive, replacing Mike Campbell, who remains executive chairman. Miles, 42, a former executive with Deloitte & Touche and PricewaterhouseCoopers, has been Regal's CFO since March 2002. She will be replaced by David Ownby, who has been the company's senior vice president of finance.
SPORTS
January 24, 1996 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Abraham Febles is scheduled to make his professional boxing debut tonight at the Warner Center Marriott, but you won't find that name on the bout sheet. Choosing a ring name with a tougher edge--and one that also reflects his affection for heavy metal music--Mr. Febles, a featherweight, goes by Al Metal as a boxer. After all, changing names worked for his older brother, a guy now known as Jorge Paez, the Clown Prince of Boxing, a former two-time world champion.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 1999 | MICHAEL LUO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Latino parents and others demonstrated before an elementary school Thursday, saying the uproar over the principal's report that he was beaten by anti-white assailants has distracted public attention from their complaints of discrimination against Latinos at the school.
NEWS
June 30, 1987 | Frank del Olmo, Times Editorial Writer
On Wednesday, another phase of the nation's recently revised immigration laws will take effect. These may well be the most important changes made in U.S. immigration law in the last quarter century. They will certainly have the broadest impact. For as of that date, practically every employer in the country who hires someone to work for them must ascertain that the worker is a legal resident of the United States, either a U.S. citizen or a foreign alien registered with the U.S.
NEWS
June 30, 1987 | Frank del Olmo, Editorialista del Times
El miercoles entrara en vigor otra fase de las recientemente revisadas leyes de inmigracion del pais. Estos bien podrian ser los cambios mas importantes hechos a la ley de inmigracion de Estados Unidos en los ultimos 25 anos. Ciertamente tendran el impacto mas amplio.
NEWS
July 26, 1990 | ROBYN LOEWENTHAL
At age 82 Horacio Martinez has pursued an office affair for the past 77 years. But his bride of 53 years doesn't mind his passion. It's a special love story--a tale of a man's loyalty and love for his work and three generations of employers. "My work," Martinez said "is my hobby, it is my lifelong interest." For over three-quarters of a century, Martinez has been an honored employee of the Lozano family, owners of La Opinion, the oldest daily Spanish language newspaper in the country.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 2000 | ANNE-MARIE O'CONNOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Five prominent Los Angeles attorneys filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Friday charging that Los Angeles Police Department officers in the scandal-tarnished Rampart Division have harassed and beaten members of a group that works to end gang violence. Lead counsel Paul Hoffman told a news conference at Immanuel Presbyterian Church on Wilshire Boulevard that the primary goal of the lawsuit is to win an injunction prohibiting LAPD officers from interfering with Homies Unidos.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 2008 | Mary Engel, Times Staff Writer
Salvador Chavez is a matchmaker. He helps people with disabilities find in-home attendants to help with bathing, dressing, shopping, cooking, cleaning and other personal and household chores. He screens providers to make sure they respect the dignity of the disabled and reminds customers that workers have rights too.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1997 | DAVID R. BAKER COLL METCALFE and LORENZA MUNOZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
They carried a 70-pound cross 13 miles from an Oxnard church to Ventura's Grant Park, they lighted a cross on a mountaintop for all of Simi Valley to see, and they re-created the pageantry and the pain of Christ's crucifixion on an Oxnard street. Across Ventura County, residents marked Good Friday with remembrances of Christ's suffering. Thursday on the hills overlooking Simi Valley, Skip Faria, his children and friend Neil Havens made their way up the mountain to keep a 20-year tradition alive.
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