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SPORTS
January 31, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Heisman Trophy winners Steve Owens and Pat Sullivan and UCLA defensive back Kenny Easley were among 12 players and three coaches named to the college football Hall of Fame.
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SPORTS
January 31, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Heisman Trophy winners Steve Owens and Pat Sullivan and UCLA defensive back Kenny Easley were among 12 players and three coaches named to the college football Hall of Fame.
HEALTH
November 10, 2008 | Shari Roan, Roan is a Times staff writer.
We love quick, tidy solutions in this country. With health problems, in particular, we're impatient. Pills to ease each and every symptom? Great. Same-day surgery? Terrific. A scheduled cesarean section? Bring it on. But in the case of drug and alcohol dependence, it's becoming increasingly clear that there is no such thing as get-well-quick therapy.
NATIONAL
March 16, 2007 | From Times Wire Reports
The federal government said the Phoenix area's air violated a clean-air standard because of unhealthy levels of dust, an expected step that gives Arizona until the end of the year to adopt a plan that could impose new mandates on builders, farmers and drivers. "The clock is ticking," said Steve Owens, the state's top environmental regulator. High levels of the particles pose a health threat because they affect the respiratory system and can damage lung tissue and cause premature death.
SPORTS
September 11, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
A final list of allegations to be considered by the NCAA Committee on Infractions at its hearing into the Missouri basketball program should be issued next week, according to the attorney for coach Norm Stewart. The committee meets Sept. 28-30 in Overland Park, Kan., and attorney Steve Owens said the case summary normally comes out a week to two weeks before a school's hearing. Owens said the summary will reveal what allegations will be considered by the infractions committee.
SPORTS
January 4, 2001 | Associated Press
Utah Coach Rick Majerus underwent a follow-up heart procedure, a day after surgeons cleared two blocked arteries. In the latest procedure, surgeons at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City closed a puncture wound in one of the arteries. No timetable has been set for Majerus' return to the team. He has been away from the team since mid-November while rehabilitating a knee injury. * Bill Bayno is returning to Nevada Las Vegas--not as head basketball coach, but as a fund-raiser.
SPORTS
December 10, 2004
Winners of the Walter Camp player of the year award: *--* 2004--Matt Leinart, USC 2003--Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh 2002--Larry Johnson, Penn State 2001--Eric Crouch, Nebraska 2000--Josh Heupel, Oklahoma 1999--Ron Dayne, Wisconsin 1998--Ricky Williams, Texas 1997--Charles Woodson, Michigan 1996--Danny Wuerffel, Florida 1995--Eddie George, Ohio State 1994--Rashaan Salaam, Colorado 1993--Charlie Ward, Florida State 1992--Gino Torretta, Miami 1991--Desmond Howard, Michigan 1990--Raghib Ismail,
SPORTS
October 9, 1993 | ERIC MADDY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Gaining the lead with defense, and defending it with offense, Costa Mesa snapped a two-game losing streak and knocked off Calvary Chapel, 25-7, Friday night in the final nonleague tuneup for both teams. The Mustangs ran only five offensive plays in the first 14 minutes, but took a 12-0 lead with two big defensive plays. With the Eagles facing fourth down at the Costa Mesa 37, Steve Owens broke through the right side of the line to block a Calvary Chapel punt.
NATIONAL
September 12, 2009 | Associated Press
In an effort to protect endangered and threatened Pacific salmon, the Environmental Protection Agency announced new limits Friday on three pesticides that are commonly used on Western farms. The restrictions apply to the use of chlorpyrifos, diazinon and malathion near salmon waters in Washington, California, Oregon and Idaho. The chemicals have been found by the U.S. Geological Survey to interfere with salmon's sense of smell, making it harder for them to find food, avoid predators and return to native waters to spawn, according to federal biologists.
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