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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 9, 2009 | Patrick McGreevy
As California's public retirement funds reel from losses of nearly $100 billion in recent years and lack enough cash to cover their long-term costs, thousands of state employees are collecting government pension checks along with their paychecks. John Benoit, a Republican state senator from Palm Desert and a former California Highway Patrol captain, is one. He draws a $98,600 annual state pension while also collecting a six-figure salary as a lawmaker. David Turner retired as a state fire chief in 2004, went back to work for the state firefighting agency two days later and is still employed there.
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ENTERTAINMENT
December 4, 2012 | By Glenn Whipp, Los Angeles Times
The New York Film Critics Circle's selection of "Zero Dark Thirty" as the year's best picture moves that film and its director, Kathryn Bigelow, whom the group also awarded, to the head of a pack of well-reviewed contenders at the beginning of an awards season that culminates Feb. 24 with the Oscars. "Zero Dark Thirty," the action thriller chronicling the decade-long hunt for and eventual killing of Osama bin Laden, has emerged as a favorite among reviewers and film writers since its initial screenings Thanksgiving weekend.
SPORTS
May 2, 1997
The Mission Viejo Vigilantes will hold a two-hour public workout Saturday, beginning at 10:30 a.m., at Santa Margarita High. Expected to participate are 12 players from last year's Western Baseball League championship team, including infielder Paul Burke, last year's championship series MVP, and league pitcher of the year Paul Anderson. Vigilantes spring training begins May 10th. The season opener against the Chico Heat is May 23.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 31, 2012 | By Steven Zeitchik
EXCLUSIVE: Lee Daniels and Hugh Jackman failed to get a civil rights picture off the ground when their passion project "Selma"  fell apart two years ago. But the pair are taking another crack at that subject, exploring the Martin Luther King Jr. assassination with a new film that takes an unconventional view of King's murder. Daniels will direct and Jackman will star in "Orders to Kill," a story that aims to tell an alternative version of the King shooting, according to a person familiar with the project who was not authorized to talk about it publicly.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 1992 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
Two masked gunmen held up the only bank in the rural community of Piru on Tuesday and escaped with several thousand dollars, authorities said. Wearing ski masks to cover their faces, the pair entered the Citizens State Bank of Piru, 3940 E. Center St., about 12:30 p.m. and ordered a teller to give them money, Sheriff's Lt. Paul Anderson said. Both men pulled handguns during the robbery, he said. Investigators learned that the robbers had fled in a white El Camino with blue trim.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 12, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
Three people were wounded when a gunman burst into a party and opened fire, authorities said. Francisco Villa, 27; Eddie Majia, 19, and a 17-year-old were treated at Simi Valley Hospital after the Saturday night shootings and released, said Sheriff's Capt. Paul Anderson. Anderson said the incident occurred shortly before 11 p.m.. The gunman fled, and there have been no arrests, he said. Party-goers said they did not know the gunman.
SPORTS
April 20, 1995
Robert Frith pitched his second complete game of the season and Paul Anderson drove in two runs as San Clemente upset second-ranked Mater Dei, 4-2, in a South Coast League baseball game Wednesday. Frith (4-3) struck out four and held the Monarchs scoreless until Mike Waugh homered in the fifth inning. Anderson singled in runs in the second and third innings to help the Tritons (10-8, 4-4) build a 4-0 lead.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1987
Police Officers Honored: Six Newport Beach police officers were honored at the department's annual awards luncheon Wednesday for acts of heroism and exemplary service. Officer Mark Everton became the 12th recipient of the department's medal of valor, instituted in 1972, for saving the lives of three young men in a burning car wreck last August. Awards of merit went to Officers William Barnett, Robert Oakley and Stan Bressler, Reserve Officer Jan Paul Anderson and Lt. Timothy Riley.
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