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May 16, 1991 | JONATHAN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a city battered by years of bad news, the April Fool's hoax hit a raw nerve: Japanese businessmen had bought the Suns basketball team, went the tongue-in-cheek radio report, and they would soon haul it off to San Diego. Stunned listeners bombarded station KMXX-FM with calls. The tale--seemingly the latest in a litany of bankruptcy, political scandal and economic travail to rock this once-booming desert metropolis--had, you might say, an aura of reality.
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May 16, 1991 | JONATHAN PETERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a city battered by years of bad news, the April Fool's hoax hit a raw nerve: Japanese businessmen had bought the Suns basketball team, went the tongue-in-cheek radio report, and they would soon haul it off to San Diego. Stunned listeners bombarded station KMXX-FM with calls. The tale--seemingly the latest in a litany of bankruptcy, political scandal and economic travail to rock this once-booming desert metropolis--had, you might say, an aura of reality.
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February 27, 1996
The winner-take-all Arizona primary is today's top contest, with Patrick J. Buchanan, Bob Dole and Steve Forbes each in contention for 39 delegates. The winner will get a major boost as the primary pace accelerates. Dole is favored in today's other contests, in North and South Dakota. But Buchanan support seemed to be growing in South Dakota; the Dole camp hopes to keep him below the 20%-of-the-vote threshold needed to share in the state's 18 delegates.
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