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September 8, 1999 | Associated Press
Hurricane Greg weakened to a tropical storm as it brushed the tip of Mexico's Baja California on Tuesday, causing heavy rain, forcing the evacuation of hundreds of residents and stranding American tourists. Water rose thigh-deep at crossroads outside the resort town of Cabo San Lucas, flooding some buildings. Army jeeps carried local residents across the flooded area to their homes. But tourist cafes reopened their doors, and residents began to return to their rain-soaked homes. At 9 p.m.
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September 8, 1999 | Associated Press
Hurricane Greg weakened to a tropical storm as it brushed the tip of Mexico's Baja California on Tuesday, causing heavy rain, forcing the evacuation of hundreds of residents and stranding American tourists. Water rose thigh-deep at crossroads outside the resort town of Cabo San Lucas, flooding some buildings. Army jeeps carried local residents across the flooded area to their homes. But tourist cafes reopened their doors, and residents began to return to their rain-soaked homes. At 9 p.m.
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SPORTS
May 20, 1993 | SHAV GLICK
Ron Hornaday Jr. has won two consecutive Featherlite Southwest Tour stock car races, and the defending series champion is headed for his home track this weekend in hopes of equaling the tour record of three in a row. Saugus Speedway is where the 34-year-old Palmdale driver got his start, and Saugus is where the Miller Genuine Draft 100 will be run Saturday night.
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July 24, 1985 | RICHARD BUFFUM
The water temperature at Santa Catalina Island is about 80 degrees, perfect for swimming, but the storms off Baja California that seem to come one after another this time of year have been kicking up surge in the White's Cove area. The lines of moorings were a bit lumpy last weekend and may be about the same this weekend.
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