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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 9, 2004
In Baltimore City Body of girl, 15, found wrapped in blankets in street The body of a 15-year-old West Baltimore girl was found yesterday morning bound and wrapped in blankets in the middle of a street near Gwynns Fall Park, city police said. About 7 a.m., two men walking in the 2500 block of Talbot Road noticed the wrapped blankets and summoned a nearby construction worker. The worker partially unwrapped the blankets and saw the body, later identified as that of Antania Mills of the 600 block of N. Bentalou St. Police said an autopsy determined that the girl died from a beating with an unknown weapon.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 9, 2004
In Baltimore City Body of girl, 15, found wrapped in blankets in street The body of a 15-year-old West Baltimore girl was found yesterday morning bound and wrapped in blankets in the middle of a street near Gwynns Fall Park, city police said. About 7 a.m., two men walking in the 2500 block of Talbot Road noticed the wrapped blankets and summoned a nearby construction worker. The worker partially unwrapped the blankets and saw the body, later identified as that of Antania Mills of the 600 block of N. Bentalou St. Police said an autopsy determined that the girl died from a beating with an unknown weapon.
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By Steve McKerrow | February 7, 1992
ON AND OFF THE AIR:* Paula Zahn of CBS, co-anchoring the network's prime-time coverage of the Winter Olympic Games beginning tomorrow (8 p.m., Channel 11), has not strayed far from her background as a newscaster.Earlier this week on "CBS This Morning," she had a tough piece about air pollution in the scenic region of Albertville, France, and the significant local opposition to the staging of the games there."We have no air pollution here," said a French official. But cameras clearly showed the familiar haze of industrial discharges and automobile exhaust trapped in the spectacular mountain valleys.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Staff Writer | December 26, 1992
The nearness of a new year brings this column's annual roundup of people worth noting in television during the past 12 months:* Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, Dennis Miller and David Letterman:Late-night just doesn't seem as comfortable without the venerable Mr. Carson, who retired gracefully in May after 30 years on night-light duty.As for the others, they are part of the roiling ratings race that has produced a comedy of errors. Mr. Miller's syndicated show came and went in 1992. Mr. Leno, NBC's designated Carson successor, is struggling.
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By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Staff Writer | December 26, 1992
The nearness of a new year brings this column's annual roundup of people worth noting in television during the past 12 months:* Johnny Carson, Jay Leno, Dennis Miller and David Letterman:Late-night just doesn't seem as comfortable without the venerable Mr. Carson, who retired gracefully in May after 30 years on night-light duty.As for the others, they are part of the roiling ratings race that has produced a comedy of errors. Mr. Miller's syndicated show came and went in 1992. Mr. Leno, NBC's designated Carson successor, is struggling.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | April 23, 1992
Murphy Brown has a baby boy. Bill Cosby and Johnny Carson say goodbye. Cybill Shepherd says hello again as a private detective. Whitley gets married on "A Different World." "Beverly Hills, 90210" gets a new character. And the Bundys go to London.May sweeps -- bizarro time on Planet Television -- start today, bringing 30 days of high-impact and, in some cases, very strange TV into our living rooms.How strange? Well, if the Bundys in London starting for three weeks on May 3 isn't strange enough for you, how about Murphy Brown's baby shower, planned for May 11?
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | April 23, 1992
Murphy Brown has a baby boy. Bill Cosby and Johnny Carson say goodbye. Cybill Shepherd says hello again as a private detective. Whitley gets married on "A Different World." "Beverly Hills, 90210" gets a new character. And the Bundys go to London.May sweeps -- bizarro time on Planet Television -- start today, bringing 30 days of high-impact and, in some cases, very strange TV into our living rooms.How strange? Well, if the Bundys in London starting for three weeks on May 3 isn't strange enough for you, how about Murphy Brown's baby shower, planned for May 11?
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By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,SUN STAFF | August 28, 1997
Mel Gibson has been Hamlet. Kevin Costner has been Robin Hood. Woody Allen has been a romantic lead.Stranger things have happened in Hollywood than Demi Moore playing a Navy SEAL, as she does in "G.I. Jane." Director Ridley Scott's preach-athon doggedly insists women (especially surgically enhanced ones) can endure the military's most rigorous physical and mental program: Navy SEAL (sea, air, land) training.But the casting of Moore isn't what has retired SEAL Tom Hawkins up in arms about the movie.
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May 8, 1991
He may have sworn off goofy hats, but he never said anything about singing in public.Gov. William Donald Schaefer and a group of workers at the new baseball stadium at Camden Yards will be taped tomorrow singing "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning," for airing during the "CBS This Morning" show on May 15.Tapes of individuals and groups singing the song, which has become the theme of the show featuring Paula Zahn and Harry Smith, are used after a commercial break...
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By Caroline Wilbert and Caroline Wilbert,COX NEWS SERVICE | August 18, 2004
ATLANTA - Princell Hair, who heads the U.S. news operations at CNN, is giving the term "road show" new meaning. Anchor Paula Zahn will be the host of a town hall meeting at 8 tonight in Canton, Ohio. Folks from the battleground state will get the chance to pose questions to campaign operatives for President Bush and Sen. John Kerry. "It is a format I like a lot because I think it is spontaneous," said Zahn. But Hair plans to send anchors of the prime-time shows, as well as the afternoon political programs, on the road as well.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | April 23, 1992
Murphy Brown has a baby boy. Bill Cosby and Johnny Carson say goodbye. Cybill Shepherd says hello again as a private detective. Whitley gets married on "A Different World." "Beverly Hills, 90210" gets a new character. And the Bundys go to London.May sweeps -- bizarro time on Planet Television -- start today, bringing 30 days of high-impact and, in some cases, very strange TV into our living rooms.How strange? Well, if the Bundys in London starting for three weeks on May 3 isn't strange enough for you, how about Murphy Brown's baby shower, planned for May 11?
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | April 23, 1992
Murphy Brown has a baby boy. Bill Cosby and Johnny Carson say goodbye. Cybill Shepherd says hello again as a private detective. Whitley gets married on "A Different World." "Beverly Hills, 90210" gets a new character. And the Bundys go to London.May sweeps -- bizarro time on Planet Television -- start today, bringing 30 days of high-impact and, in some cases, very strange TV into our living rooms.How strange? Well, if the Bundys in London starting for three weeks on May 3 isn't strange enough for you, how about Murphy Brown's baby shower, planned for May 11?
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By Steve McKerrow | February 7, 1992
ON AND OFF THE AIR:* Paula Zahn of CBS, co-anchoring the network's prime-time coverage of the Winter Olympic Games beginning tomorrow (8 p.m., Channel 11), has not strayed far from her background as a newscaster.Earlier this week on "CBS This Morning," she had a tough piece about air pollution in the scenic region of Albertville, France, and the significant local opposition to the staging of the games there."We have no air pollution here," said a French official. But cameras clearly showed the familiar haze of industrial discharges and automobile exhaust trapped in the spectacular mountain valleys.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | June 7, 2005
Extending his efforts to return CNN to its hard-news roots and close the ratings gap on the Fox News Channel, CNN president Jon Klein yesterday announced another round of sweeping changes at the pioneering network that's celebrating its 25th anniversary. Miles O'Brien, co-anchor of CNN's Live From, will join Soledad O'Brien as co-anchor of the cable channel's American Morning show. He replaces Bill Hemmer, who is leaving CNN after 10 years, "to pursue other opportunities," according to Klein.
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