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November 26, 1997 | T. CHRISTIAN MILLER and CLAIRE VITUCCI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Continuing the recent rash of cougar forays into the San Fernando Valley, a mountain lion ate a family's pet turkey. Another lion was killed by a car Tuesday, and an off-road bicyclist came face to face with a third. Five to eight mountain lions have been seen in San Fernando Valley neighborhoods in the last two weeks, the most in such a short period, wildlife officials said. In addition Tuesday, wildlife officials captured a bobcat suspected of eating a chicken in Lake View Terrace on Sunday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1997 | T. CHRISTIAN MILLER and CLAIRE VITUCCI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Continuing the recent rash of cougar forays into the San Fernando Valley, a mountain lion ate a family's pet turkey. Another lion was killed by a car Tuesday, and an off-road bicyclist came face to face with a third. Five to eight mountain lions have been seen in San Fernando Valley neighborhoods in the last two weeks, the most in such a short period, wildlife officials said. In addition Tuesday, wildlife officials captured a bobcat suspected of eating a chicken in Lake View Terrace on Sunday.
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June 24, 1993 | THOM MROZEK
Metal detectors guarding the doors of the Van Nuys and San Fernando courthouses will no longer be staffed as of July 1 because of proposed county budget cuts, court officials said Wednesday. "This seems to pose a significant risk to those who use these facilities," said Superior Court Judge Cecil Mills, who is supervising criminal judge. "I think we have an obligation to provide a safe haven to those who use the courthouse."
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June 12, 1996 | David E. Brady, Donna Mungen, Lucille Renwick and Stephanie Stassel
To explore the causes of poverty in the San Fernando Valley and what the future may hold, The Times asked several community and political leaders and social service officials to explore the subject in a round-table discussion. The participants: Jack Kyser, chief economist with the Economic Development Corp. of Los Angeles County; Lew Hollman, senior attorney with San Fernando Valley Neighborhood Legal Services Inc; Bobbi Fiedler, former U.S. representative and a Northridge resident; U.S. Rep.
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