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August 5, 1993 | STEVE SPRINGER
Eric Noland of the Los Angeles Daily News was banned from the Raider practice field in Oxnard for the second consecutive day. A groundswell of protest has begun to build for Noland, with the Pro Football Writers of America and the Associated Press Sports Editors joining the Daily News in demanding Noland be given equal access to the Raiders.
April 21, 1993 | MAIA DAVIS
Six months after opening a bureau in Camarillo, the Los Angeles Daily News has closed the office, laying off a reporter and a photographer and dispersing the remaining staff to other bureaus, a Los Angeles Newspaper Guild official said. Although Daily News officials refused to comment on the staff reductions or the closing of the Camarillo office, the Woodland Hills-based newspaper published a report Thursday saying it was laying off 10 employees as a cost-cutting move.
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