CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 9, 1996 |
The father of a teenager accused of killing another boy over a stereo pleaded guilty Monday to charges of vandalizing a police station with spray-painted graffiti proclaiming a belief in his son's innocence. Thomas D. Miller, 51, was sentenced to 133 days in Orange County Jail in connection with the vandalism and unrelated misdemeanor counts of drunk driving and contributing to the delinquency of minors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 17, 1988 |
A Los Angeles Superior Court jury determined Friday that actress Valerie Harper was wrongfully fired by Lorimar Television from the NBC series "Valerie" and awarded her $1.4 million in damages plus a share of profits from the show. "We won financially, we won morally," said a triumphant Harper after the verdict, which exonerated her of breaching her Lorimar contract by erratic behavior and threats to leave the show.
June 10, 1991 |
"The Family Man," a CBS sitcom that few viewers saw during its brief Saturday-night run last fall, and one that nobody has heard much from since, would not seem a likely candidate for revival. But in an uncommon programming move, CBS will air original episodes of "Family Man" on Mondays and Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m., beginning tonight.
March 11, 1990 |
This isn't quite as goofy as the Bo Schembechler Fires Bill Frieder, Hires Steve Fisher, Wins National Championship, Is Forced to Keep Steve Fisher college basketball headline story of 1989--but it's getting there, it's getting there. Tom Miller is the coach at the University of Colorado--temporarily. His team will play here today. If it wins, it will qualify--with 17 defeats--for the NCAA tournament's 64-school field. As long as Colorado keeps playing, Miller keeps coaching.
February 5, 1993 |
Army basketball Coach Tom Miller was fired because of his poor relationship with his players, according to officials at the U.S. Military Academy.
January 14, 1990 |
Thirty million people a night is the best revenge. Well, maybe the only revenge when you are two of the most successful sitcom producers in television, but the critics and the people who hand out awards either ignore your efforts or, worse yet, mock them.