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October 4, 1988 | SCOTT HARRIS
These days, Los Angeles city official Stephen Rodriguez might best be recognized as a friendly face on your TV screen. Formerly co-host of "In Studio," a public affairs program on KCOP Channel 13, he now hosts "Inside Community Development," a public access cable program that celebrates the virtues of the city's Community Development Department. But to aficionados of Los Angeles politics, particularly of the perilous Eastside genre, Rodriguez already had made his mark.
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October 4, 1988 | SCOTT HARRIS
These days, Los Angeles city official Stephen Rodriguez might best be recognized as a friendly face on your TV screen. Formerly co-host of "In Studio," a public affairs program on KCOP Channel 13, he now hosts "Inside Community Development," a public access cable program that celebrates the virtues of the city's Community Development Department. But to aficionados of Los Angeles politics, particularly of the perilous Eastside genre, Rodriguez already had made his mark.
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July 10, 1992
Two undercover sheriff's deputies broke up a kidnaping attempt at a Metro Blue Line station Thursday, rescuing the 8-year-old victim from a man who had punched the boy's mother and 5-week-old brother in the face during the attack, authorities said. The deputies were monitoring passengers at the Metro Blue Line Imperial Highway station at 11611 Willowbrook Ave. in South Los Angeles about 9:40 a.m. when they saw Elena Chavez and her children get off the train.
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November 21, 2006 | From a Times Staff Writer
A judge has awarded $144,000 in damages to an African American teenager beaten by four white youths while selling newspaper subscriptions in a Simi Valley shopping center two years ago. Ventura County Superior Court Judge Steven Hintz found that the three defendants in the civil case "participated in a racially motivated and unprovoked beating" of Jimmy King of Reseda. He was 17 when the incident took place in December 2004.
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October 13, 1989 | TRACEY KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Betty Rickords wants Los Angeles officials to use federal community development funds to build showers for the homeless, but a group of Panorama City investors says the need for affordable housing in the San Fernando Valley is more pressing. Those were among the requests from residents throughout the city that officials will consider when they divide about $50 million in grants from the U.S.
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July 6, 2000 | ELAINE GALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Drawing Christians from cities as far apart as Seattle and San Diego, the West Coast Believers' Convention in Anaheim this week is a testament to the phenomenal growth of the so-called charismatic movement, once viewed skeptically as a fringe element. The weeklong event at the Anaheim Convention Center has more than 2,000 registered participants and drew more than 5,000 Tuesday night for a sermon by Texas-based minister Kenneth Copeland.
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November 24, 1998
Aliso Niguel: 12-14, 4-6 in 1997-98. Coach: Ken Goldstein (sixth year, 51-55). The Wolverines were a big disappointment last season. Goldstein says that this year, without the county's leading scorer, J.J. Sola or starting guard/forward Nathan Hair, the "players want to prove that they can have more success without them." Sola, headed for Loyola Marymount, and Hair, who will attend USC, transferred to Capistrano Valley. That leaves Seneca Kern, a 6-6 post, as the only returning starter.
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July 6, 2000 | ELAINE GALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Drawing charismatic Christians from Seattle to San Diego, the West Coast Believers' Convention in Anaheim this week is a testament to the phenomenal growth of a movement once viewed skeptically as a fringe element. The weeklong event at the Convention Center has more than 2,000 registered participants and drew more than 5,000 Tuesday night to hear Texas-based minister Kenneth Copeland preach.
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December 18, 1999 | MATT LAIT and SCOTT GLOVER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
An LAPD anti-gang officer relieved of duty in connection with the ongoing Rampart corruption probe doctored police documents in an effort to frame a young man for a 1996 killing, a federal lawsuit alleges. Raul Rodriguez, who was acquitted of the murder in 1998, said in a civil rights lawsuit filed this week that LAPD Officer Michael Montoya and other officers fabricated evidence and coerced witnesses in an attempt to frame him for the Nov. 3, 1996, slaying in a bar west of downtown.
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