CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1988
A 25-year-old man died Thursday when he collapsed at the wheel of his pickup truck while driving on the Costa Mesa Freeway and crashed into the center divider, the California Highway Patrol said. The Mission Viejo resident, who was not identified pending notification of relatives, apparently suffered a heart attack, CHP spokesman Officer Mike Lundquist said. The death was not caused by trauma, and there was no evidence of alcohol or drugs in the man's system, Lundquist said.
July 12, 1997
Mike Tyson was doomed the day he allowed himself to become a part of the Don King circus. I know Cus D'Amato is turning over in his grave and weeping for the iron-fisted young pugilist he trained and developed. Where Cus tried to instill some honor and pride in a talented young man, Don King fed Tyson a steady diet of hate and greed. You will notice that all of Tyson's troubles began when King entered the picture. Do what you will with Tyson, but get that egomaniacal parasite Don King out of boxing forever, please.
August 31, 1998 |
Jazz and movies have had a uniquely linked history, with both arts spanning roughly similar periods of time from the late 19th century to the present. And the music has been present in films from the moment that sound became part of the mix, in the very first sound movie, "The Jazz Singer," the Al Jolson feature that, ironically, had very little to do with jazz.
July 9, 1997 |
Boxing promoter Don King filed suit against ABC and KABC-TV Los Angeles on Tuesday over remarks sportscaster Rick Lozano made two days after the June 28 Mike Tyson-Evander Holyfield fight in Las Vegas. King, who alleges libel in his complaint filed in federal court in New York, seeks compensatory damages in excess of $1 million and punitive damages of $5 million.
June 6, 1996 |
At about 8:30 Friday night at Caesars Palace, ring announcer Michael Buffer will bellow, "Let's get ready to rumble!" . . . That is certain. . . . But then what? . . . Round 1--It is a feeling-out round between World Boxing Council super-lightweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez and unbeaten Oscar De La Hoya. In the last 30 seconds, Chavez throws a right hand that grazes De La Hoya's chin and brings a roar from the capacity crowd of 15,600. . . . Round 2--Chavez, the aggressor, steps up the pace.
April 30, 1993 |
KCAL-TV Channel 9 on Thursday continued its recent dominance over local television awards, getting 58 nominations for the 1992 Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards. Station officials said the 58 nominations were the most by a single station in a single year, topping its 50 of a year ago, the previous record. KCAL received nominations in two-thirds of the categories, including those related to children's programming; entertainment; social issues and sports.