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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1999 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN
Seven Los Angeles police officers who braved gunfire to rescue a Glendale officer mortally wounded in a 1997 warehouse ambush will be honored at a White House reception today. The seven were named "Top Cops" by fellow officers from across the nation, officials said. The National Assn. of Police Organizations said the award will honor officers Andy Azodi, Jude Bella, Ryan Clark, Chris Dunn, Kevin J. Foster, Craig Schofield Hewitt and Chris Yaguirre.
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SPORTS
April 26, 1997 | From Associated Press
This time, Kevin Ritz enjoyed his first trip to the mound. "It made a big difference to take the mound with a four-run lead instead of being down 4-0 like my last start," Ritz said after the Colorado Rockies defeated the Cardinals, 5-4, on Friday night at St. Louis. Ritz (2-3) gave up two runs over seven innings. In his previous start, he gave up four runs in the first inning and lost. "I had a lot of confidence going to the mound after that first inning," Ritz said.
SPORTS
May 7, 1997 | From Associated Press
With his team down four runs, the smallest player in Colorado's colossal lineup finally got the Rockies in gear. Eric Young hit the first of three Colorado home runs and eight players drove in runs Tuesday as the Rockies outlasted the New York Mets, 12-11, at Denver. "I thought that gave us a great lift even though it was 4-1," Rockie Manager Don Baylor said of Young's first homer this season. "The smallest one of the bombers--the little bomb went off."
SPORTS
May 22, 1997 | From Associated Press
After watching his bullpen self-destruct in several games during a long road trip, Colorado Manager Don Baylor thought he finally was going to have an easy afternoon. But the bullpen struggled again, forcing the Rockies to hold on for a 10-7 victory Wednesday over the Giants at San Francisco after having an eight-run lead in the eighth inning.
SPORTS
June 28, 1997 | From Associated Press
Location. Location. Location. That's what Greg Maddux had Friday night, throwing only 18 balls among 89 pitches to beat the Phillies, 7-1, on a six-hitter at Atlanta. "That was a clinic," Philadelphia Manager Terry Francona said. "He makes the plate look like it's twice as big as it is." Maddux (10-3) struck out eight and walked none, lowered his earned-run average to 2.55 and sent the Phillies to their 12th loss in 13 games.
SCIENCE
November 20, 2012 | By Jon Bardin
The human gut may help control the bacterial populations that live within it via secretions that kill some bacteria while supporting others, according to a study published Tuesday in the journal PLoS Biology. The gut is an enormously complex environment inhabited not only by human cells but also by trillions of bacteria. Some of those bacteria actively aid us by improving digestion (hence the term "probiotic"), producing useful compounds like vitamins, or providing resistance against pathogens.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 11, 1997 | JULIE TAMAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When a gunman ambushed Glendale Police Investigator Charles Lazzaretto last month at a Chatsworth warehouse, swarms of Los Angeles police officers responded. After all, the warehouse where the ambush took place was in the Los Angeles Police Department's Devonshire Division. So why were the two LAPD officers who were wounded in a failed rescue attempt of Lazzaretto from the West Valley Division?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 1999 | HUDSON SANGREE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eighteen police officers who performed extraordinary acts of courage under gunfire received the Los Angeles Police Department's highest award for bravery, the Medal of Valor, in a ceremony Wednesday. Among those honored at the Regal Biltmore Hotel was Officer Rex Yap, 29, who was shot in the face by a gang member in January 1997. Yap and his partner, Officer James Edwards, 33, had stopped to question gang members who were spray-painting a wall in Highland Park. One of the youths drew a .
SPORTS
August 31, 1996 | From Associated Press
Scott Sanders is tough to beat when he has his good stuff. Just ask the Montreal Expos. Sanders pitched one-hit ball over eight innings Friday night as the San Diego Padres won their sixth consecutive game, 6-0, over the Expos at Montreal. "He's got great stuff. He's poised, with a good fastball and a good changeup against lefties," said Montreal Manager Felipe Alou. "He also got us not swinging the bats very well. That's not a good combination."
SPORTS
August 21, 1996 | From Associated Press
Greg Vaughn hit his fifth National League home run and 36th overall and Bob Tewksbury gave up three hits in 7 2/3 shutout innings for his first victory in a month as the Padres defeated the Montreal Expos, 3-0, Tuesday night at San Diego. Vaughn, who had two hits, broke up a pitchers' duel between Tewksbury and Rheal Cormier when he drove a 3-0 pitch over the left-field fence with one out in the sixth. Five of Vaughn's nine hits with the NL West-leading Padres are homers.
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