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By Patrick Caneday | December 26, 2009
Daughter 1: It?s 9:15! Daddy: Do you like your new watch, honey? D1: Yeah. Daughter 2: No fair! I didn?t get a new watch. Daddy: But you got Sea Monkeys and she didn?t. D2: But I want a watch, too. D1: No fair. Why didn?t I get Sea Monkeys? Daddy: Guys, please. It?s Christmas morning. Can we not do this? D2: I feel funny?.?.?.? Daddy: How many Gummy Bears have you eaten? D2: I can?t count higher than 100. Daddy: And Reese?s? D2: Only 12. Daddy: Chocolate covered marshmallow Santas?
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | April 3, 2008
GLENDALE ? Fighting for the second time in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Roman Mitichyan?s fortune on Wednesday afternoon was the polar opposite of his debut. Mitichyan succumbed to a ground-and-pound barrage by George Sotiropoulos, losing by referee stoppage at 2:24 of the second round in a welterweight (170 pounds) bout on the ?Ultimate Fight Night? undercard in Broomfield, Colo. Mitichyan (9-2, 1-1 in UFC) won his first fight in the UFC in just 23 seconds against Dorian Price.
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August 15, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta LOS ANGELES -- As hundreds of people gathered Monday in Staples Center to celebrate the Democratic Party and its candidates, David Mendoza of Glendale took to downtown streets to denounce the politicians and their practices. The 22-year-old Glendale High School graduate was among the crowd of protesters calling on Vice President Al Gore to focus on "Human need, not corporate greed" during a rally at Pershing Square and subsequent march on Staples Center, where the 2000 Democratic National Convention began Monday.
THE818NOW
October 6, 2011
The city has launched today a new website aimed at educating the public about the dangers of distracted driving. The website provides motorists, pedestrians and educators with tips on navigating Glendale roadways. City officials also plan to roll out two education campaigns “Driven 2 Distraction” and “Look 2 Live” to reduce the number of pedestrian-involved collisions in Glendale. The “Driven 2 Distraction” campaign will focus on motorists and remind them that inattentive driving could lead to deadly collisions.
NEWS
December 9, 2005
THEN -- When Seymour and Helen Thomas moved to the Crescenta Valley in 1915, the famous artist was making a very good living painting portraits of the rich and famous of that era. Millionaires such as the Carnegies and Chandlers made huge demands on the artist's schedule, keeping him working long hours with his paints and brushes in his studio. So how did the artist relax in his rare, off hours? He painted, of course! For relaxation, Seymour Thomas enjoyed producing small landscapes, often in his own backyard, of his lushly wooded property just off Rosemont Avenue a block above Foothill Boulevard.
NEWS
June 8, 2006
Final results in percentages, winners in boldface GOVERNOR Barbara Becnel (D)......................2.7 Steve Westly (D).......................43.4 Phil Angelides (D)......................47.9 Michael Strimling (D)..................1.3 Vibert Greene (D)........................1.0 Joe Brouillette (D).......................1.7 Frank A. Macaluso Jr. (D)............1.2 Jerald Robert Gerst (D)...............0.8 Robert C. Newman II (R)
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By: | September 17, 2005
1. Which first lady spoke in Newport Beach last week? A. Hillary Clinton B. Barbara Bush C. Laura Bush D. Libby Pataki 2. What kind of animal has been keeping residents of Newport Harbor up at night? A. Great white sharks B. Teenagers C. Sea lions D. Crows 3. Which car dealership gave $100,000 to the Newport Beach centennial celebration? A. Theodore Robbins Ford B. Fletcher Jones Mercedes-Benz C. Newport Lexus D. South Coast Toyota 4. Newport Beach resident Don DuBois won what award recently?
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By Veronica Rocha, veronica.rocha@latimes.com | September 18, 2012
Glendale police are attributing a decline in the number of citations issued for texting and talking while driving to increased public awareness. Officers wrote 2,182 tickets for the first eight months this year, down from the 3,236 issued last year, according to the Glendale Police Department. More motorists are aware of laws restricting cell phone use, and as a result, the number of citations issued has dropped, Traffic Bureau Lt. Steve Robertson said. At the same time, his department has stepped up public education, he added.
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By Patrick Caneday | December 26, 2009
Daughter 1: It?s 9:15! Daddy: Do you like your new watch, honey? D1: Yeah. Daughter 2: No fair! I didn?t get a new watch. Daddy: But you got Sea Monkeys and she didn?t. D2: But I want a watch, too. D1: No fair. Why didn?t I get Sea Monkeys? Daddy: Guys, please. It?s Christmas morning. Can we not do this? D2: I feel funny?.?.?.? Daddy: How many Gummy Bears have you eaten? D2: I can?t count higher than 100. Daddy: And Reese?s? D2: Only 12. Daddy: Chocolate covered marshmallow Santas?
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SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | April 3, 2008
GLENDALE ? Fighting for the second time in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Roman Mitichyan?s fortune on Wednesday afternoon was the polar opposite of his debut. Mitichyan succumbed to a ground-and-pound barrage by George Sotiropoulos, losing by referee stoppage at 2:24 of the second round in a welterweight (170 pounds) bout on the ?Ultimate Fight Night? undercard in Broomfield, Colo. Mitichyan (9-2, 1-1 in UFC) won his first fight in the UFC in just 23 seconds against Dorian Price.
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