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August 12, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Richard Bray has been named superintendent of the Tustin Unified School District, officials announced Friday. Bray, superintendent of Hesperia Unified School District in San Bernardino County for the last 12 years, will begin work Monday at the 20,500-student Tustin district. Former Supt. Peter Gorman left in May to become chief of a school district in North Carolina. Deputy Supt.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 12, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Richard Bray has been named superintendent of the Tustin Unified School District, officials announced Friday. Bray, superintendent of Hesperia Unified School District in San Bernardino County for the last 12 years, will begin work Monday at the 20,500-student Tustin district. Former Supt. Peter Gorman left in May to become chief of a school district in North Carolina. Deputy Supt.
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NEWS
November 1, 1985
An engineer testifying on the crash of a Delta Air Lines jetliner in Dallas Aug. 2 said that although the plane encountered violent wind shear weather conditions on its landing approach it still could have flown out of danger. Richard Bray, a National Aeronautics and Space Administration engineer, told a National Transportation Safety Board hearing that the plane "came very close" to avoiding the crash.
NEWS
September 15, 1985
A North Carolina state trooper was shot to death on a highway as a posse of 100 men searched mountainous terrain for two escaped prisoners from Arkansas. The trooper's identity was not released. The fugitives were identified as William Richard Bray and Jimmy Rios, both 23. Bray and Rios were among five prisoners who escaped Aug. 26 from Arkansas' Franklin County jail. The manhunt was centered in the mountains where a vehicle the men were believed driving was found abandoned.
BUSINESS
July 7, 2001 | Reuters
Microsoft Corp. struggled to fix a three-day outage of its instant messaging service that has affected as many as 10 million users of the product, a key component of the software giant's strategy to offer new Web-based services. In what MSN Vice President Richard Bray described as an "extremely rare set of circumstances," the outage was caused by the failure of a disk controller in one of the database computers on which the service is based.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 24, 1993 | NONA YATES
The waters of the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary provide an exceptional environment for plants and animals, including five species of seals and sea lions, thousands of sea birds, more than 27 species of whales and dolphins, and giant kelp forests. This fall, the sanctuary will be offering cruises to explore the area, which covers 1,252 square nautical miles.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 25, 1998 | BERNARD T. DAVIDOW, THE HARTFORD COURANT
Good heavens. Now there's a machine that will kick the &$?%! out of your television. And maybe replace it with something nice. It's called the Foul Language Filter, or, more formally, TVGuardian. It's a black box you hook up to your cable box or VCR that reads the closed-captioning signal encoded into a show. When the box picks up one of the 100 or so words or phrases deemed offensive, it mutes the audio for a second or two.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 1990
It is hard for me to imagine that when Charles Krauthammer is not singing the praises of the Contras and Zionism on the talk show circuit, he's grooving to Heavy D, Flavor Flav, Queen Latifah, Ice T, RUN DMC and Too Short. Yet Krauthammer considers himself qualified to assert that "sexual aggression and misogyny are a staple of rap" ("Life Imitates Pathologies of Culture," Column Right, Commentary, Oct. 30). The truth is that most rap music serves as a courageous and positive force that confronts the bleak circumstances of so many young African-Americans with a message of racial pride, respect for humanity, self-love and self-respect.
SPORTS
August 21, 2008 | Sam Farmer; David Wharton, From Times Staff and Wire Reports
NASCAR suspended seven crew members of Joe Gibbs Racing and stripped drivers Tony Stewart and Joey Logano of 150 points each Wednesday for cheating after Saturday's Nationwide Series race. Crew chiefs Jason Ratcliff and Dave Rogers were suspended indefinitely and fined $50,000 each, but NASCAR decided not to bar the cars from future races. Owner Joe Gibbs said he would not appeal the penalties. He indicated he would also personally fine the crew members involved and suspend them through the end of the season.
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