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December 8, 1989 | BILL BOYARSKY
Three deaths this winter had an impact on Los Angeles journalism. You've heard a lot about two of them, the closing of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and the death of Bill Stout, commentator for television station KCBS. The third was the death of someone less well-known, Joyce Peterson, who had spent many years covering City Hall and the county Hall of Administration for City News Service and the Daily News.
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December 8, 1989 | BILL BOYARSKY
Three deaths this winter had an impact on Los Angeles journalism. You've heard a lot about two of them, the closing of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner and the death of Bill Stout, commentator for television station KCBS. The third was the death of someone less well-known, Joyce Peterson, who had spent many years covering City Hall and the county Hall of Administration for City News Service and the Daily News.
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February 3, 1985 | TED ROHRLICH, Times Staff Writer
Probation, originally designed as a sanction and rehabilitative tool for petty criminals, increasingly is being used in California as a "high-risk gamble" to punish felons who pose a serious threat to public safety, according to a study by the Rand Corp. released Saturday. Felons now constitute 35% of all adult probationers in the state, Rand found.
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August 7, 1988 | DIANNE KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
Pat Eby, relocation coordinator for Merrill Lynch Realty, was putting Barbara and Mark Ish, recent arrivals from Houston, squarely in their place. "Buyers are not the jewels that they once were," she told them. "It is definitely a sellers' market. Most have several offers. Most homes are going close to the selling price. Some are going for more." Mark Ish gave his wife a sideways glance from beneath his glasses. It said, "Oh."
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