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January 26, 1998 | STEVE SPRINGER
RUNNING BACK DORSEY LEVENS Q: How does it feel to lose this game? A: "This is something I'm not used to. I've never lost a Super Bowl before. Maybe, once the smoke clears, I'll sit down and think about what kind of year I had. But right now, it hurts." DEFENSIVE LINEMAN REGGIE WHITE Q: How does it feel to lose this game? A: "With all the work you put in, it's heartbreaking."
February 3, 2009 | Denise Martin and Maria Elena Fernandez
It seemed like a surefire recipe: Take the No. 1 teen drama in TV history, update it, stoke the publicity fires with news of returning favorite characters from the original, and the CW would land a huge hit. But "90210" is suffering a serious case of adolescent angst. Instead of becoming prime time's cocky homecoming king, the series developed more like the shy, insecure kid with no date to the dance. Then, to make matters worse, there has been that mean girl "American Idol" to contend with.
June 11, 2009 | Kevin Baxter
The crop for this year's first-year player draft was considered by some analysts to be among the weakest in years. That may explain why the Angels decided to spend their 10th-round selection on a guy who has played only 10 games in the last three years and already has another steady job. But it may turn out to be the shrewdest pick in the draft if Jake Locker's career goes the way the Angels think it will.
May 24, 1990
Students attending Katherine Edwards Intermediate School will find something missing next fall: student lockers. School officials list numerous reasons for removal, which the Whittier City School District board approved at its regular Monday night session. For one, lockers are easy prey for thieves. "The lockers are so old," Principal Paz Enciso said. "All some need is a kick or shove to open." Others stick and stay closed. Also, lockers become targets for graffiti--some friendly, some not.
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