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WORLD
January 31, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
Gunmen killed a bank police chief and his bodyguard as he jogged in a park in the southern city of Oaxaca. The hail of bullets also killed two other joggers and wounded a third, police said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 17, 2008 | LARRY GORDON
Pomona College's much-debated alma mater, "Hail, Pomona, Hail," has been restored as the school's official song -- with restrictions. In April, the college suspended the singing of it at graduation and other official events after concerns were raised about its history. The song does not contain any racist language although its lyrics apparently were written for a 1910 blackface minstrel show that was a baseball team fundraiser. A committee of faculty, alumni and students called for it to be replaced by a new school hymn.
NATIONAL
May 30, 2008 | From Times Wire Reports
A storm bearing hail and possible tornadoes struck central Nebraska, damaging businesses, derailing train cars, felling trees and disrupting power to thousands. A possible tornado touched down near Aurora, about 70 miles west of Lincoln, damaging a few businesses and at least one house. There were no immediate reports of deaths or injuries. Tornadoes were also reported in Kearney, about 60 miles west of Aurora, where 90 rail cars were blown off the tracks.
NEWS
May 6, 1995 | From Associated Press
Storms with hail as big as softballs and winds above 70 m.p.h. swept through northern Texas on Friday night, injuring close to 100 people, damaging buildings and cars, and cutting power at an airport. As many as 40 flights were diverted en route to Dallas-Ft. Worth International Airport, where power to an American Airlines terminal went out briefly during the height of the storm. "There was a power pause, but no real interruption," said Marion Deesisto, a spokeswoman for American.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 6, 2001
A freak hailstorm Thursday dumped an inch of miniature ice balls along U.S. 101 at the Santa Barbara County line, setting off a string of car accidents during the morning commute. Twenty cars were damaged as startled motorists hit the brakes and skidded, said California Highway Patrol Sgt. Doug Howell. Maragda Santillana, 19, a volleyball player from Barcelona, Spain, was injured and in fair condition at a local hospital. The hail was isolated to a quarter-mile patch of the freeway.
SPORTS
July 22, 1995
Hail baseball's newest promo, This Dodger pitcher Nomo. The media will rest, Fernando can attest When the fastball goes slo-mo. DONALD GREENHAM Woodland Hills As a Japanese citizen residing in Los Angeles, I would like to complain about Mr. Kent Brown's ridiculous Japanese interpretation for Hideo Nomo during the All-Star game. The national TV audience deserves a better translation. I hope whoever hired Mr. Brown isn't trying to sell auto parts in Japan. HIROKO NAKANO Sunland
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 1993
I am appalled at what a hypocrite this nation is toward immigration. When it suits the economy, Americans hail immigrants everywhere for their willingness to work on the bottom of the labor ladder. Recently, e have been hearing a lot of complaints about immigrants entering the country. I feel this is due to the recession. I am sure I will be hearing about the positive points in having immigrants in the future when business picks up and there aren't any selfish Americans left who would want to labor on the bottom of this ladder.
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