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January 3, 1999
David Manners, 98, who starred in Hollywood films in the 1930s and played the hero in Tod Browning's 1931 "Dracula" and other classic horror movies, died Dec. 23 in Santa Barbara, Calif.
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By Denise Weiss and For The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2014
Welcome to Sunday night, rose lovers! We are being treated to an extra-special two hours of "The Bachelorette" on a Sunday. Last week, Drunk Craig and Fireman Carl were sent home. I'm really going to miss Drunk Craig and hopes he finds his way back to the “Men Tell All” episode. Either that or a good rehab. Andi is still looking for love and wants everyone to know that this is real to her. It's really real and she adds a “y'all” for emphasis. Already fed up with the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles, Andi and her suitors are hitting the road and heading a whopping hour-and-a-half north to Santa Barbara.
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NEWS
November 4, 2000
Charles Francis Flynn, 91, Army intelligence officer Charles Francis Flynn, a retired Army officer who served in three wars, died Tuesday of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 91 and lived in Dundalk. During his long career in the Army, he was a glider pilot in World War II and flew missions in France. During the Korean War he was in the infantry, and he served in Army intelligence in Saigon during the Vietnam War. He retired as an intelligence specialist at Fort Holabird in 1972.
SPORTS
By From Sun staff and news services | November 23, 2008
Connors arrested outside basketball game tennis Tennis great Jimmy Connors was arrested outside the campus arena where UC Santa Barbara and top-ranked North Carolina were playing a men's basketball game. The eight-time Grand Slam champion was taken into custody Friday night after refusing to comply with an order to leave an area near the entrance of the Thunderdome after a confrontation, police Sgt. Dan Massey said in a statement. A police dispatcher said Connors was arrested at the beginning of the game.
NEWS
July 26, 1996
Police logElkridge: 6600 block of Santa Barbara Road: Someone climbed a fence at McNew Culligan Water Treatment Systems between 6 p.m. Tuesday and 7 a.m. Wednesday and took a tire and rim from a van.Elkridge: 6600 block of Santa Barbara Road: Someone broke glass in the front door of Vertex Computer Cable about 1: 20 a.m. Thursday and fled when discovered by the night shift crew.Ellicott City: Waterloo Road at Montgomery Road: A construction foreman at the Development Contractors site noticed keys and a saw taken from a trailer.
NEWS
July 26, 1995
Dr. Berta Vogel Scharrer, 88, a pioneering biomedical scientist, died Sunday at her home in the Bronx, N.Y.Harvard University, conferring an honorary doctorate on her in 1982, said her "research journeys into the world of insects have profoundly affected the study of human physiology." The particular insect she had studied since 1937 was the South American cockroach.Her specialty was neuroendocrinology, the study of the interaction between the nervous and endocrine systems. Born in Munich, she earned a doctorate in biology at the University of Munich in 1930.
NEWS
December 13, 1993
William Spiegel, retired vice president of the Baltimore firm of L. Gordon & Son who headed its Stylecraft Division, died Nov. 11 at a hospital in Santa Barbara, Calif.He was 85 and had retired shortly before moving to Santa Barbara about 10 years ago.The New York native came to Baltimore in the 1930s and started Korkcraft, which made cork desk accessories. After the business was sold to Gordon, a box manufacturer, and became Stylecraft, it added stationery, gifts and accessories.Mr. Spiegel's wife, the former Anna Stiffman, died in 1965.
SPORTS
March 24, 2004
East Regional First round Saturday At Santa Barbara, Calif. Houston 62, Wisconsin-Green Bay 47 UC Santa Barbara 76, Colorado 49 Sunday At Blacksburg, Va. Virginia Tech 89, Iowa 76 Penn State 79, Hampton 42 At South Bend, Ind. Middle Tennessee 67, North Carolina 62 Notre Dame 69, Southwest Missouri State 65, OT At Bridgeport, Conn. Auburn 79, North Carolina State 59 Connecticut 91, Pennsylvania 55 Second round Monday At Santa Barbara, Calif. UC Santa Barbara 56, Houston 52 Yesterday At Bridgeport, Conn.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | November 20, 2003
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- Authorities announced yesterday that they had issued a warrant for the arrest of pop star Michael Jackson on multiple counts of child molestation, opening a perilous new chapter in a life of global fame, untold riches and increasingly bizarre behavior. The sheriff of Santa Barbara County, Jim Anderson, announced at a news conference here that he and the district attorney, Thomas W. Sneddon Jr., were working with Jackson's lawyers to arrange his surrender and that they would ask that bail be set at $3 million.
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By William Overend and William Overend,LOS ANGELES TIMES | November 21, 2003
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Michael Jackson, the international pop sensation whose career has been eclipsed by his increasingly erratic behavior, surrendered to authorities yesterday and was booked on multiple counts of child molesting. Arriving by private jet from Las Vegas, the reclusive singer was driven to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office and escorted inside, his wrists handcuffed behind his back. After being booked, he posted $3 million bail and was released, flashing a "V" sign before being driven away in a black sport utility vehicle under police escort.
BUSINESS
By Daniel Yi and Daniel Yi,Los Angeles Times | April 3, 2007
Tenet Healthcare Corp. agreed yesterday to pay a $10 million penalty to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges that it inflated its earnings by fraudulently billing the Medicare system, company and federal officials said. The accord closes the book on government actions against the nation's second-largest hospital operator related to its alleged Medicare fraud, which took place while it was based in Santa Barbara, Calif. Tenet, now based in Dallas, admitted to no wrongdoing in the settlement but said in a press release that the company "has undertaken dramatic changes in its operations, financial safeguards, governance and compliance" since the allegations surfaced in late 2002.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser | March 28, 2007
Pinot noir is among the most versatile red wines in terms of food pairings. This one from California's Central Coast is exceptionally well-balanced and nuanced - with a style very true to the varietal's Burgundian roots. It offers bright cherry fruit, hints of raspberry, spices and wet earth and a long finish. Serve with duck, pork, roast chicken or turkey.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Sun Reporter | December 3, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- The Maryland women's basketball record book is filled with significant team and personal achievements, from Atlantic Coast Conference titles to Player of the Year awards, and, of course, last year's national championship. But, until sophomore Marissa Coleman found Crystal Langhorne with a long, lead pass late in last night's 105-44 drubbing of UC-Santa Barbara, the top-ranked Terps had never had a player who had produced a triple double.
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By MICHAEL DRESSER | July 26, 2006
The cabernet, grown at a relatively high altitude, is a very well-crafted, elegant red wine with generous flavors of black cherry, plums, chocolate and herbs. It's not a tannic blockbuster, but it has purity and flavor intensity. Drink now or over the next five years. Serve with lamb or beef.
NEWS
By Stuart Pfeifer and Michael Muskal and Stuart Pfeifer and Michael Muskal,LOS ANGELES TIMES | May 28, 2005
SANTA MARIA, Calif. - The defense in the Michael Jackson molestation case suddenly rested yesterday, moments after the prosecution presented a videotape of the pop star's accuser describing the alleged assaults in detail. After several days of threatening to reopen the case, the defense surprisingly refused to present any last-minute witnesses or evidence. Lawyers will meet Tuesday to discuss jury instructions and other matters before closing arguments. The eight-woman, four-man jury will likely get the 10-count felony case next week.
SPORTS
By Jeff Goldberg and Jeff Goldberg,HARTFORD COURANT | March 27, 2004
HARTFORD, Conn. - Barbara Turner got her first good look at UC Santa Barbara center Lindsay Taylor last summer when they were teammates on the U.S. Pan Am Games team. Turner got a good long look. Taylor is 6 feet 8, after all. "She was a big presence," Turner said. "Of course, you have to go at her. Some things worked. A lot of things didn't work." Taylor and Turner will be reunited this afternoon. UConn, the No. 2 seed in the East, takes on 11th-seeded UC Santa Barbara in the regional semifinals at the Hartford Civic Center.
BUSINESS
By Daniel Yi and Daniel Yi,Los Angeles Times | April 3, 2007
Tenet Healthcare Corp. agreed yesterday to pay a $10 million penalty to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges that it inflated its earnings by fraudulently billing the Medicare system, company and federal officials said. The accord closes the book on government actions against the nation's second-largest hospital operator related to its alleged Medicare fraud, which took place while it was based in Santa Barbara, Calif. Tenet, now based in Dallas, admitted to no wrongdoing in the settlement but said in a press release that the company "has undertaken dramatic changes in its operations, financial safeguards, governance and compliance" since the allegations surfaced in late 2002.
SPORTS
March 24, 2004
East Regional First round Saturday At Santa Barbara, Calif. Houston 62, Wisconsin-Green Bay 47 UC Santa Barbara 76, Colorado 49 Sunday At Blacksburg, Va. Virginia Tech 89, Iowa 76 Penn State 79, Hampton 42 At South Bend, Ind. Middle Tennessee 67, North Carolina 62 Notre Dame 69, Southwest Missouri State 65, OT At Bridgeport, Conn. Auburn 79, North Carolina State 59 Connecticut 91, Pennsylvania 55 Second round Monday At Santa Barbara, Calif. UC Santa Barbara 56, Houston 52 Yesterday At Bridgeport, Conn.
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