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CLASS AAAA Boys First Team Maalik Wayns, Roman Catholic, 6-1, Sr., 17.2. Jesse "Booge" Morgan, Olney, 6-4, Sr., 28.4. Dalton Pepper, Pennsbury, 6-5, Sr., 24.4. Tyrone Garland, Bartram, 6-0, Jr., 28.5. Aaric Murray, Glen Mills, 6-11, Sr., 18.0....
Sun reporterFirst in a series of occasional articles on the area's top high school rivalries. When Tim Bolte and Paul Scheel III go at each other in tomorrow's Loyola-Calvert Hall football game, Tony Breschi and Paul Scheel Jr. will feel every forearm shiver from...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFewer than half the missions that have attempted landings on Mars have survived, so tension is rising at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory as the Phoenix spacecraft closes in for a landing today on the planet's north pole, where it will be the first to...
Times Staff WritersTourists were allowed to begin returning to Catalina Island on Sunday afternoon, just three days after a raging brush fire neared its port city of Avalon and forced an evacuation. As of 4 p.m., ferry boats from San Pedro and Long Beach were cleared to...
PASADENA -- After hearing nothing from the Phoenix spacecraft in more than a week, NASA officials on Monday declared an end to the nearly six-month mission at Mars' north pole, the first to touch and taste the water on an alien planet. Phoenix sent its...
Richard A. Serrano is a Times staff writer. He last wrote for the magazine about a troubled Muslim U.S. Army sergeant.Deep in the iron bowels of Arizona's death row waits el tigre grandote. The big tiger turns 90 this year. He is the oldest condemned man in America, maybe the whole world. And like the wild beast he claims to embody, Viva LeRoy Nash wants to roam free. He...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMichelangelo L. Mangano, a respected particle physicist who helped discover the top quark in 1995, now spends most days trying to convince people that his new machine won't destroy the world. "If it were just crackpots, we could wave them away," the...
Los Angeles TimesHOUSTON - On the day shuttle astronauts exchanged hugs and received a traditional Russian welcome of bread and salt after docking with the International Space Station, NASA said yesterday that more pieces of foam came off Discovery during the launch and...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNew soil chemistry tests by NASA's Phoenix Mars lander have unexpectedly uncovered evidence of perchlorate, a highly reactive salt found naturally on Earth and used in a variety of products, including fertilizer, fireworks and rocket fuel, scientists said...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIn its first chemical analysis of soil from Mars' northern plains, NASA's Phoenix lander has turned up no evidence of water, scientists said Monday. Still, researchers remained confident that the craft is in the right place to uncover veins of ice...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe first spacecraft designed to taste the water of an alien planet landed safely on Mars' northern pole Sunday afternoon, beginning a three-month mission to determine whether the Red Planet ever did, or still might, support rudimentary forms of life....
Stock posters: Famous lithographers created stock posters of magical imagery. The posters would have a blank area on them so any magician could use them by adding their name. Posters and catalogs from Mike Caveney's Egyptian Hall Collection. T. Nelson...
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