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NEWS
April 30, 1993
Nina Warren, 100, widow of Chief Justice Earl Warren and former First Lady of California, has died. She died Saturday in Washington, D.C., of congestive heart failure. Born in Sweden, Mrs. Warren moved with her family to Oakland when she was an infant. She was a young widow when she met Warren at a swimming party in 1925. The former California governor and chief justice of the United States died in 1974.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Service Reports
Noted sculptor Nina Winkel, who was in a coma for more than three months after a car accident, has died of her injuries. She was 85. Winkel lapsed into a coma on Jan. 22, after the car her husband was driving skidded off a snow-covered highway near Plattsburgh in northern New York state and struck a guard rail. She died Thursday at Elizabethtown Community Hospital.
NEWS
October 22, 1999 | From Associated Press
The Pacific Ocean phenomenon La Nina has reappeared, prompting forecasts for a wet winter across the Northwest and a dry one in the Southwest, NASA scientists said. The weather-altering pattern had appeared to all but vanish this summer. But a U.S.-French satellite monitoring sea surface height and temperature this month detected a pool of unusually cool water marked by lower-than-normal sea levels in the eastern North Pacific and warm water in the western and mid-latitude Pacific.
SPORTS
April 30, 2000 | CHRIS FOSTER
Elvin Nina appears to be healthy. The 24-year-old right-hander, who had an extended spring training because of a strained muscle in his right arm, made his first start for double-A Erie last week. He took a no-hitter into the eighth inning before giving up a single. He allowed three more hits before being relieved. He went seven innings, allowing two runs. Nina was acquired last July in the deal that sent second baseman Randy Velarde and pitcher Omar Olivares to the Oakland Athletics.
BUSINESS
July 25, 2010 | By Meg James, Los Angeles Times
The gig: President of CBS Entertainment. Tassler is in charge of the network's entertainment programming. In her 13 years with CBS, she has been involved in the creation of such hits as "Judging Amy," " CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "Undercover Boss" and "The Good Wife." First act : Tassler grew up in upstate New York, the oldest of three. Her late father, an audiovisual engineer who worked briefly at CBS, was Jewish and her mother Puerto Rican. In 1960, when Tassler was about 3, her parents inherited a children's camp in the Berkshires, which they ran for years.
BUSINESS
July 12, 1986
Nina Morgana, a well-known coloratura soprano who was believed to be the last living singer to have appeared in recital with tenor Enrico Caruso, has died in New York. She was 93. Miss Morgana died Tuesday at Tompkins Community Hospital in Ithaca. She had lived at a nearby care center for the last several years. Her singing career began in 1901 at the Pan America Exposition in Buffalo, her hometown.
NEWS
July 5, 1998 | ERIC MALNIC, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The good news is that--after billions of dollars in damage and hundreds of lives lost throughout the world--El Nino is finally over. The bad news is that La Nina apparently is on the way.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 31, 1987 | LEONARD FEATHER
In a short-notice change of schedule, the Hollywood club Nucleus Nuance brought in Nina Simone to headline Thursday, relegating the Snooky Young-Bob Cooper Sextet to the role of a warm-up act. Simone is a woman of many moods, some of them so somber that she could easily turn "Happy Days Are Here Again" into an elegy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1998
A seemingly endless stream of ominous forecasts came months in advance of the 1997-98 El Nino event. Many scientists and some government officials were determined, and rightly so, to get the word out, even at the risk of great embarrassment and unnecessary expense if the warnings proved to be unfounded. That's what the scientists had failed to do before the previous big El Nino, in 1982-83.
NEWS
March 2, 1995 | GAILE ROBINSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
N ina Blanchard is throwing in the facial tissue. On Wednesday, the woman who discovered Cheryl Tiegs and Rene Russo signed over her Los Angeles modeling agency to New York powerhouse Ford Models. Two days before her retirement party--when she should have been cleaning out her desk, picking through paper clips and the accumulated mementos of the past three decades--she was wound tighter than an Ace bandage.
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