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July 28, 1991 | SUSAN JAQUES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
D esperate man. Take no chances! So warned a 1909 "Wanted" poster for a young Paiute named Willie Boy accused of killing his girlfriend and her father in Banning. "If this had happened out on the desert, it would probably have been just a quarrel between two families and not made national headlines," says Harry Lawton, author of "Willie Boy: A Desert Manhunt."
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July 28, 1991 | SUSAN JAQUES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
D esperate man. Take no chances! So warned a 1909 "Wanted" poster for a young Paiute named Willie Boy accused of killing his girlfriend and her father in Banning. "If this had happened out on the desert, it would probably have been just a quarrel between two families and not made national headlines," says Harry Lawton, author of "Willie Boy: A Desert Manhunt."
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December 28, 1993 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a verdict that could have broad implications for health care insurers, a Riverside Superior Court jury has ordered Health Net of Woodland Hills to pay $12.1 million in compensatory damages for refusing to pay for a controversial bone marrow transplant to treat breast cancer, an attorney in the case said Monday.
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December 28, 1993 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a verdict that could have broad implications for health-care insurers, a Riverside Superior Court jury has ordered Health Net of Woodland Hills to pay $12.1 million in compensatory damages for refusing to pay for an expensive and controversial bone-marrow transplant to treat breast cancer, an attorney in the case said Monday.
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August 25, 2009 | David Kelly
For years, Donna Lozano badgered the Desert Hot Springs Police, public officials and anyone else who would listen, trying to get information about her son's killer. Henry Lozano, a popular 20-year-old ex-Marine, had been shot dead by a suspected gang member in December 2001 while driving near his home. He was dating the man's former girlfriend and had received threats to stay away. "I wanted answers. The police never called. The officer in charge of the case had never done a murder investigation," said Lozano, 65. "I said my son is dead, and I have no information."
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October 20, 2004 | Hector Becerra and Seema Mehta, Times Staff Writers
Fueled by a close presidential election, some Southern California counties had what officials described as an unprecedented surge in voter registration in the final weeks before the Nov. 2 election. In Los Angeles County, about 130,000 more people registered to vote in the last six weeks before the registration deadline than registered during the same period before the 2000 election, according to an analysis of county data. There are 3,939,152 registered voters in the county. Registrar Conny B.
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