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April 3, 1996
An investigator for the Los Angeles County corner's office died Tuesday morning at the scene of a suicide in Monterey Park, authorities said. Michael Shepherd, 53, of Glendale, traveled a steep, muddy hillside on Monterey Pass Road several times while investigating the death of a woman who hanged herself in an abandoned condominium complex, said Scott Carrier, a spokesman for the coroner's office.
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February 1, 1998 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO
The Doheny Eye & Tissue Transplant Bank is conducting an extensive review to determine whether any of the hundreds of corneas it recovered without family permission from the Los Angeles County coroner's office were unfit for transplant.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1998 | RALPH FRAMMOLINO
The Doheny Eye & Tissue Transplant Bank is conducting an extensive review to determine whether any of the hundreds of corneas it recovered without family permission from the Los Angeles County coroner's office were unfit for transplant.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 3, 1996
An investigator for the Los Angeles County corner's office died Tuesday morning at the scene of a suicide in Monterey Park, authorities said. Michael Shepherd, 53, of Glendale, traveled a steep, muddy hillside on Monterey Pass Road several times while investigating the death of a woman who hanged herself in an abandoned condominium complex, said Scott Carrier, a spokesman for the coroner's office.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 2004 | Richard Fausset and Eric Malnic, Times Staff Writers
The couple who died when their plane crashed into a home in Mar Vista were identified by friends Wednesday as Paul and Paula Tobias, 71 and 60, of Malibu. The friends said the two had been returning from a skiing trip to Mammoth Mountain in the Sierra Nevada when the accident occurred Tuesday evening.
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October 19, 1997 | D.J. WALDIE, D.J. Waldie is the author of "Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir" (St. Martin's Press) and the recipient of the 1997 California Book Award for nonfiction. He is a city official in Lakewood
[ CLOSING OF THE FRONTIER ] The "crab-grass frontier" is closed. There's no place to go on the Los Angeles plain to build another suburb that will try to simulate a purified, Midwestern county seat. There are some large (but marginal) bits of landscape on the Ventura and Orange County parts of the plain to fill in, but the shape of the region's low-density development is fixed.
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