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October 4, 1990 | CHUCK PHILIPS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rock music is back in the courtroom--on death charges. Six weeks after the British rock group Judas Priest was absolved of causing the suicide-related deaths of two Sparks, Nev., youths, fellow British rocker Ozzy Osbourne faces similar charges in Macon, Ga.
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April 12, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Randi Rhodes has quit the Air America radio network, a week after it suspended her for using a derogatory word for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton during an event in San Francisco. Air America Media released a statement Thursday saying the talk show host informed the company Wednesday night that she was severing ties with the liberal network. The network suspended Rhodes indefinitely for what it said was "abusive, obscene language" during an off-air event sponsored by affiliate KKGN-AM in San Francisco on March 22. Her show, heard locally weekdays from noon to 3 p.m. on KTLK-AM (1150)
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April 12, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Randi Rhodes has quit the Air America radio network, a week after it suspended her for using a derogatory word for Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton during an event in San Francisco. Air America Media released a statement Thursday saying the talk show host informed the company Wednesday night that she was severing ties with the liberal network. The network suspended Rhodes indefinitely for what it said was "abusive, obscene language" during an off-air event sponsored by affiliate KKGN-AM in San Francisco on March 22. Her show, heard locally weekdays from noon to 3 p.m. on KTLK-AM (1150)
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October 4, 1990 | CHUCK PHILIPS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rock music is back in the courtroom--on death charges. Six weeks after the British rock group Judas Priest was absolved of causing the suicide-related deaths of two Sparks, Nev., youths, fellow British rocker Ozzy Osbourne faces similar charges in Macon, Ga.
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October 13, 2000 | CAITLIN LIU
A woman who was living without the owner's permission at a vacant Northridge house was sentenced Thursday to 60 days' community service, authorities said. Aisha Lawrence, 24, who pleaded no contest to theft and trespassing, was also ordered by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Randy Rhodes to pay $12,500 restitution for her squatting, said Deputy City Atty. Maureen Rodriguez. The house in the 18500 block of Labrador Street had been foreclosed, Rodriguez said.
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January 2, 1989 | JANISS GARZA
Ozzy Osbourne is an unlikely metal icon. He seems a bit old for his stretch pants and glittery garb. He incessantly urges his audience to clap and comes off just like a prim but spritely schoolmarm. But rock god he is. Although his Friday show at the Long Beach Arena (the first of a two-night stand) was a strange blend of heavy '70s metal, '80s philosophizing, pyrotechnics and calisthenics, the Oz won an enthusiastic response from the 13,000-capacity house full of teens.
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June 18, 1989 | EVELYN De WOLFE, Times Staff Writer
Burbank High School--as much a part of that city's colorful heritage as its entertainment industry--has endured eight decades of irrepressible youthful energy. Along the way it has been revitalized, updated and expanded. With the Verdugo Hills as its unchanging backdrop, the first Burbank Union High School opened in September, 1909, at Cypress Avenue and San Fernando Road. In 1922, a new high school was built at Third Street and Burbank Boulevard, described as "on the fringe of the town," to keep pace with a growing city that was experiencing a degree of prosperity unequaled by any community in Southern California.
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June 9, 1999 | AGNES DIGGS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A man who took 20 tons of gravel from a neighbor's yard was sentenced Tuesday to 45 days on a Caltrans work crew, after a jury rejected his claim that he was simply abating a nuisance. Michael McKenzie, 59, of Tujunga was accused of stealing the gravel from in front of a Shadow Hills home where it had been delivered for landscaping.
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August 13, 2000
It's a Thursday morning in the San Fernando courthouse, and Los Angeles County Municipal Court Judge Randy Rhodes is doing everything he can to persuade his prospective jurors to stay put. A handful are begging the judge to excuse them, saying they are freelancers missing out on work or the only one in their office who understands how to do the payroll.
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May 14, 2000 | CARLA HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a way, there was nothing they needed from this court. Patricia Kirkwood may technically be Khalilah McGill's aunt but, in reality, she's been her mother since the day she saw her at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center, where the baby lay dehydrated and undernourished, her ribs showing. She was 9 months old. She couldn't sit up. She couldn't crawl. Kirkwood had four sons already when she began raising her sister's baby seven years ago.
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December 11, 1988
Gift hunting in the record jungle can be confusing, especially for those who don't know the difference between Vandross and Van Halen or INXS and UB40. So, here's Calendar's annual Top 40 Shopping Guide to help sort out the 40 most popular pop albums, as determined by Bill-board magazine for the week of Dec. 10. The comments are mostly taken from original Calendar reviews, although the ratings in some cases reflect additional staff opinion.
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