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November 6, 1999 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
A senior Federal Communications Commission official has alleged that FCC Chairman William Kennard prevented agency enforcement officials from shutting down the broadcast operations of a Texas businessman who ran unlicensed AM, FM and TV stations near Dallas. In an eight-page complaint filed with the U.S.
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November 6, 1999 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
A senior Federal Communications Commission official has alleged that FCC Chairman William Kennard prevented agency enforcement officials from shutting down the broadcast operations of a Texas businessman who ran unlicensed AM, FM and TV stations near Dallas. In an eight-page complaint filed with the U.S.
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BUSINESS
May 20, 1997 | (Associated Press)
E.W. Scripps Co. has agreed to pay up to $775 million for the newspapers and broadcast stations of Harte-Hanks Communications Inc. The acquisition would include Harte-Hanks' six daily newspapers, 25 non-daily publications and KENS-TV and the radio station KENS-AM, both in San Antonio. E.W. Scripps operates TV stations and newspapers in 16 markets and syndicates the Scripps-Howard news service.
BUSINESS
May 20, 1997 | (Associated Press)
E.W. Scripps Co. has agreed to pay up to $775 million for the newspapers and broadcast stations of Harte-Hanks Communications Inc. The acquisition would include Harte-Hanks' six daily newspapers, 25 non-daily publications and KENS-TV and the radio station KENS-AM, both in San Antonio. E.W. Scripps operates TV stations and newspapers in 16 markets and syndicates the Scripps-Howard news service.
NEWS
November 4, 1988 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Two Democratic congressmen on Thursday attacked Republican-sponsored advertisements on Spanish-language radio stations in Texas that they said were designed to intimidate Latino voters. Rep. Jack Brooks of Texas asked Atty. Gen. Dick Thornburgh to investigate the advertisements for possible violations of the federal Voting Rights Act.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 2011 | By Tony Perry, Los Angeles Times
Reporting from San Diego -- A tree cut down at an Escondido church is causing a stir among the faithful after some people reporting seeing the shape of a cross or angel inside its trunk. Landscapers made the discovery on Monday while removing pine trees on the property of the 1st Congregational Church of Escondido. One of the workers, Salvador Maya, was the first to see the image — apparently formed in part by tree sap — and alerted his boss. "Salvador yelled at me, 'Look at this, it's a cross, something sacred!
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 3, 2004 | Elaine Woo, Times Staff Writer
Fernando Oaxaca, an entrepreneur who made inroads for Latinos in politics and business, wrote a well-regarded column on current affairs and helped found the Republican National Hispanic Assembly, died of cancer Friday at UCLA Medical Center. He was 76. Oaxaca helped launch the assembly in the late 1960s to foster Republican principles among Latinos. A former Democrat, he joined the Ford administration in 1975 as associate director of the Office of Management and Budget.
NATIONAL
September 4, 2002 | JOHANNA NEUMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Since they were first launched in Texas six years ago, "Amber alerts" have been used in more than 15 states and 32 locations to try to rescue missing children. Named for Amber Hagerman, a 9-year-old kidnapped and brutally murdered in Arlington, Texas, in 1996, Amber--which also stands for America's Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response--notifies the public through electronic road signs and TV and radio broadcasts that a child is missing.
SPORTS
October 25, 2004 | Bill Christine, Times Staff Writer
About 35 years ago, Ken Ramsey inauspiciously broke into the horse business by claiming a horse for $1,500 at old Miles Park in Louisville, Ky. Red Redeemer was his name. Ramsey's trainer, "Cadillac" Jack Sowards, gave him the bad news in triplicate shortly after the horse arrived at their barn. Red Redeemer had only three good legs. He was a gelding. And by the way, he was blind in one eye.
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