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David Thompson

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  • L.A. couple arrested on way to dinner sues Glendale police

     
    A Los Angeles man and woman who claim they were arrested while on their way to dinner and then held without bail have filed a federal lawsuit against the Glendale Police Department. David Thompson Boyd, 51, and Patricia Marie Hale,......
  • Government by Lawsuit Gives Cover to Texas Lawmakers

    Government by Lawsuit Gives Cover to Texas Lawmakers
    Texas Tribune Judges have been telling legislators what to do since we set up government to replace knife fights and bar brawls. It’s a logical way to get things done: elect people to represent you, and set up a system of redress to keep them in...
  • Prosecutor: Driver in La Jolla cafe crash high on pot

    Prosecutor: Driver in La Jolla cafe crash high on pot
    SAN DIEGO -- A 66-year-old man was "recklessly and dangerously under the influence'' of marijuana when he crashed his car onto a La Jolla sidewalk and bakery last August, injuring three teens and two adults, a prosecutor said Thursday. Ronald Troyer's...
  • Sada Thompson dies at 83; stage and TV actress known for playing matriarch on 'Family'

    Sada Thompson dies at 83; stage and TV actress known for playing matriarch on 'Family'
    Sada Thompson, a Tony Award-winning actress best known to TV viewers for her Emmy Award-winning role as the matriarch in the 1970s dramatic TV series "Family," has died. She was 83. Thompson, a resident of Southbury, Conn., died of lung disease Wednesday...
  • The Prospector: Mario Edwards gives edge to FSU recruiting class

    The Prospector: Mario Edwards gives edge to FSU recruiting class
    We are right about that time where it can be considered the midway point of the recruiting season and some things just don’t seem to change. Right at the top of the national team recruiting charts are, as usual, Florida State and Florida. Last...
  • Susannah York dies at 72; actress

    Susannah York dies at 72; actress
    Actress Susannah York became a star in the 1960s with performances in several high-profile films such as 1969's "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?" for which she received an Academy Award nomination. But she fought to be noticed for more than her striking...
  • Florida Premiere 7s tourney starts today at ESPN's Wide World of Sports

    Florida Premiere 7s tourney starts today at ESPN's Wide World of Sports
    There will be 15 -- Orlando Freedom back out -- teams participating at the Florida Premier 7s passing tournament at the ESPN Wide World of Sports starting today (July 17) and running through Tuesday (July 19). The last day will serve as a single-...
  • Florida Premiere 7s, Day 2: Miami Westminster upsets loaded Miramar team

    Miramar is undefeated no more. The Patriots started off the Florida Premier 7s passing tournament in dominating fashion, winning their first three matchups by a combined total of 146-56. That was even without star cornerback Tracy Howard. And then...
  • The Prospector: Young stars see no reason to wait around

    The Prospector: Young stars see no reason to wait around
    It’s becoming more and more common at the high school football level that this is not a game dominated by senior athletes. Freshmen, sophomores, and in some cases, even eighth-graders have been turning in impressive performances while seniors...
  • Former Virginia star Ralph Sampson deserves induction into hall of fame

    Former Virginia star Ralph Sampson deserves induction into hall of fame
    Ralph Sampson is among two men voted consensus national college basketball player of the year three times. The other is Bill Walton. Sampson is among two named the ACC's top player three times. The other is David Thompson. Walton and Thompson were...
  • News of the Weird: Death Row Inmate Claims He's Too Fat to Be Executed

    News of the Weird: Death Row Inmate Claims He's Too Fat to Be Executed
    Modern Warfare: China, Japan and Taiwan each claim ownership of the uninhabited South China Sea islands of Senkaku or Diaoyu, and the controversy heightened in September when Japan announced that it had formally “purchased” the islands from...