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Fox59.comA 13-year-old Decatur Township boy is recovering after being accidentally shot in the stomach by a friend mishandling a gun. Jacob Warren was wounded Saturday night in a home in the 5800 block of Coppock Drive. Four teens were in the house at the time,...
Every time there's a report of a fresh act of apparently wanton violence in Indianapolis, local gun dealers say sales go up in their stores. "We're probably up 200% over a year ago," said Don Davis of Don's Guns on Indianapolis' westside. "The woman...
Tags: Family, Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Death, Homes
Times Staff WriterEach morning, when Gabriela Ocampo looked up at the chalkboard in her ninth-grade algebra class, her spirits sank. There she saw a mysterious language of polynomials and slope intercepts that looked about as familiar as hieroglyphics. She knew she would...
The Baltimore SunTo Ed Probst, the poultry company's invitation sounded like the fulfillment of a dream: Come on down to Alabama and be a chicken farmer. Share the wealth. Be your own boss. Having scanned the horizon of America's poultry empire from the plains of Delmarva...
Tags: Bill Clinton, Witnesses, Agriculture, Finance, Pennsylvania
Times Staff WriterOnce upon a time in 1999, the summer was supposed to belong to George Lucas and "The Phantom Menace," his resurrected "Star Wars" series. But after "The Matrix" hit, Lucas' future was yesterday's news. Suddenly, the action wasn't in light sabers and an...
TIMES STAFF WRITERMonday November 1, 1999 Humans do so many horrible things to each other in "House on Haunted Hill" that the ghosts don't stand a chance of keeping up, which may explain why the script makes such nitwits of the characters--if the spooks are going...
Tags: Wes Craven, Ali Larter, Chris Kattan, Movies, Famke Janssen
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday January 12, 2001 In the suspense thriller "Antitrust," Tim Robbins is so obviously parodying Bill Gates that the filmmakers feel compelled to have the Microsoft mogul mentioned by way of a decidedly self-conscious disclaimer. Writer Peter...
TIMES STAFF WRITERSaturday February 3, 2001 "Valentine" is a smart, stylish horror picture that offers a fresh twist on the ever-reliable revenge theme and affords a raft of talented young actors solid roles that show them to advantage. Director Jamie Blanks...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLet's start with all the things "The Matrix Reloaded" is: • the highly anticipated sequel to one of the most influential, admired (four Academy Awards) and popular (nearly half a billion dollars in worldwide theatrical gross) of films; • the first...
Times Staff WriterIn Ridley Scott's "G.I. Jane," Demi Moore's character, in training for the Navy SEALs as the first woman recruit, asks a medic why the guys join. Explains the medic: "To blow [stuff] up." It would be hard to find a more perfect expression of the primitive...
Tags: Crimes, John Woo, Crime, Law and Justice, Jerry Bruckheimer , FBI
Sun StaffAs both campaigns make a pitch for gay and lesbian voters, a group of gay Republicans endorsed Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. for governor yesterday. Joe Zuber, vice president of the Maryland chapter of the Log Cabin Republicans, said it decided to back the GOP...
Times Film CriticThe dinosaurs are getting smarter. The people are getting stupider. A lot stupider. But really, what did you expect? This is "Jurassic Park III," not Henry James, and after two previous films detailing the unstoppable savagery of what grumpy...
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