April 15, 1990 |
A man apparently distraught over the death early Saturday morning of his father at the Mission Bay Memorial Hospital returned with a handgun later in the day and sprayed the emergency room with bullets, police said, killing a nurse and a hospital trainee and wounding two others--a doctor and the father of a patient. The man identified by police as Bradford Warren Powers Jr., 46, of La Jolla, called police from a pay phone about an hour after the 5 p.m. shooting and turned himself in.
September 12, 1992 |
Burbank 28, Hoover 21--Steve Hall caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Brian Casey with 33 seconds to play, giving the visiting Bulldogs the victory. Hall's score came just 33 seconds after Nathan Dishington had passed eight yards to Israel Segura to give Hoover a 21-21.
January 24, 1986
Steve Hall, defensive back coach at Cal State Fullerton for the past three seasons, has been named the Titans' defensive coordinator by Coach Gene Murphy. Hall will fill the position vacated by Bob Burt, who was named head coach at Cal State Northridge Friday.
August 21, 1987
Cal State Fullerton football player Ted Hinton, a three-year letterman and projected starter at outside linebacker, will undergo arthroscopic surgery Monday to remove torn cartilage from his right knee. He is expected to miss the Titans' season opener at Hawaii Sept. 5, and he could be out two to six weeks from the time of surgery. Hinton, a senior, was second on the team in tackles with 75 in 1985, but troubles with his knee limited his playing time last year, when he finished with 27.
July 22, 1987 |
A shortage of wild berries in Maine's forests has drawn hungry black bears into this hunting and fishing town, where they have raided trash cans and tried to claw their way into cottages. One woman in town "woke up the other night and a bear was looking right through the screen at her," said Lt. Steve Hall of the Maine Warden Service. Another brazen bruin tried to get into a cooking shed at a campground, but the person inside "screamed and hollered and he took off," said Hall.
March 2, 2005 |
Shrugging off the stress of finals, eight high school students from Darlington School piled into the "Magic Bus," a converted yellow school bus with generations of song lyrics in graffiti on its walls. They were off on one of English teacher Steve Hall's adventures, a week that invited them to shed their campus personas and fall into a simple rhythm of campfires and paddling. They had been on the water near Suwannee, Fla., for less than a day when darkness overtook them.