Larry McCormick
American journalist
Larry McCormick
Lawrence William "Larry" McCormick was an American television actor, reporter and news anchor, most notably working for Los Angeles television station KTLA-TV.
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Disabled duck to get new foot with help of 3-D printer - USA TODAY
Google News - over 3 years
New York Daily News Disabled duck to get new foot with help of 3-D printer USA TODAY Buttercup, now a peg-leg duck, is on his way to getting a prosthetic webbed foot. 062813 3-d duck foot1. Joel Graves, a 3-D printing engineer at NovaCopy in Nashville, holds a prototype of a duck foot prosthetic from a 3-D printer. (Photo: Larry McCormack ... False foot for Buttercup the duck is almost readyThe Tennessean Lucky duck Buttercup gets a prosthetic foot (PHOTOS)New York Daily News 3D printer helps fix duckling's ugly deformity with new webbed footFox News Headlines & Global News -RTT News -Gizmag all 32 news articles »
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Chicago firefighters recovering after serious burns - SouthtownStar
Google News - over 5 years
And with that, another firefighter, Larry McCormick, rescued his colleague, Gerald Carter, 31, authorities said. Ruane and Carter on Friday were “out of the woods” but face a long recovery from the facial and respiratory burns they suffered while
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Layton's passion, positivity will be missed - Napanee Guide
Google News - over 5 years
David Remington, a former mayor of Greater Napanee, who once worked on Parliament Hill as an assistant for Liberal MP Larry McCormick, also had fond recollections of meeting Layton. "I had the opportunity to meet Jack Layton on the Hill a few times
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As Oxford prepares to break ground, Anniston rues the one that got away - Anniston Star
Google News - over 5 years
Larry McCormick and his brother Robby this June opened a long-awaited Piggly Wiggly in a prominent Quintard storefront that had been empty for years. They, like Robinson, saw the potential because they were already businessmen in Anniston,
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Kermit W. McCormick - Staunton News Leader
Google News - over 5 years
Surviving, in addition to his wife of 60 years, are a daughter, Debbie Lucas of Lyndhurst; two sons, Larry McCormick and his friend, Erika Lounsbery, of Lyndhurst and Jeff McCormick and his wife, Kimberly, of Verona; four grandchildren, Tracy Lucas and
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Piggly Wiggly opens on Quintard - Anniston Star
Google News - over 5 years
Co-owners Larry McCormick and Ronnie Baker — who owns nine other Piggly Wiggly stores in Alabama — started plans for the new store about a year ago. It was welcomed by many local residents, who wanted to see some sort of business in the Quintard
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Piggly Wiggly scheduled for June opening on Quintard - Anniston Star
Google News - almost 6 years
A Piggly Wiggly is scheduled to open at 1615 Quintard Ave. sometime between June 1 and June 10, said Larry McCormick. McCormick, co-owner of McCormick Refrigeration, is partnering with Robby McCormick and Ronnie Baker of Pell City to bring the Piggly
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Paid Notice: Deaths MCCORMICK, LAWRENCE P. (''MAC'' OR ''LARRY'')
NYTimes - almost 12 years
McCORMICK--Lawrence P. (''Mac'' or ''Larry''), died on 6 May 2005 in Brooklyn, NY. He was 84; born on 17 November 1920 in Manhattan, NY. Mac McCormick was a retired technical director with ABC news where he worked for years in the production of both ABC's national and local TV news programs. He learned his profession while serving in US Navy's long
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F.B.I. Studies Note for Clues On Derailment
NYTimes - over 21 years
Federal authorities investigating the deadly sabotage derailment of an Amtrak train in Arizona said today that they had no suspects or motive, but that a note found at the scene began with a poem about the women who died in the fire that ended the siege of the Branch Davidian sect's compound near Waco, Tex. As Federal investigators scoured the
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Sabotage Derails Arizona Train; One Is Killed and 100 Are Hurt
NYTimes - over 21 years
A stretch of track through a remote expanse of desert was sabotaged, causing an Amtrak train carrying 268 people to derail early today as it passed over a trestle spanning a gulch, the authorities said. One crew member was killed and about 100 people were injured, but most injuries were not believed to be serious, officials said. A note found near
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Man Claiming to Be Mass Killer Leads Arizona Search for Bodies
NYTimes - over 25 years
A man who says he killed 60 people nationwide was flown to Arizona from Mississippi by the Federal Bureau of Investigation today and led investigators on a search in the desert for the bodies of three women. The bureau refused to disclose details of the search or the slayings that Donald Leroy Evans says he committed. Officials would not allow
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SPORTS PEOPLE: PRO FOOTBALL; Inquiry on Agents
NYTimes - almost 27 years
LEAD: The embattled sports agent, Bruce Allen, the son of the former Washington Redskin coach, George Allen, lashed out at those he said had encouraged the Federal Bureau of Investigation to investigate him, and he threatened yesterday to file a defamation suit after the N.F.L. draft, which begins Sunday. The embattled sports agent, Bruce Allen,
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THE CALIFORNIA QUAKE: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA; Los Angeles Residents Face Their Peril, Briefly
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Psychic tremors from the San Francisco earthquake are rattling in Los Angeles, where people are engaged in a flurry of preparations for ''the big one'' they usually prefer not to think about. Psychic tremors from the San Francisco earthquake are rattling in Los Angeles, where people are engaged in a flurry of preparations for ''the big one''
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GLORIA: THE AFTERMATH OF A HURRICANE; VULNERABILITY IS ASSESSED
NYTimes - over 31 years
HURRICANE Gloria provided a quick reminder to Long Islanders of how vulnerable they are to the costly, destructive and sometimes deadly whims of nature. However, planning officials, weather experts and geologists fear that Gloria, with its less-than-expected force, may have lulled the public into a false sense of security regarding future storms.
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BEACH MANSIONS AND EROSION: WAVES OF CONTROVERSY
NYTimes - almost 35 years
EAST HAMPTON EVER since the late 1950's and early 60's, when a group of East Hampton's wealthy oceanfront property owners, their holdings threatened by erosion and storms, joined forces with the Army Corps of Engineers and the state to begin installing a string of beach fortifications in front of their houses, the effects of such structures have
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FIRE I. EROSION: NEW STRATEGIES
NYTimes - almost 35 years
TO help planners and homeowners protect private property during storms, scientists are pursuing new strategies in their efforts to understand the geologic forces that are changing the face of 32-mile-long Fire Island. One new approach is to figure out where gusts of wind carry sand from oceanfront beaches. While geologists have long known that
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Larry McCormick
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2004
    Age 71
    On August 27, 2004, McCormick died of a cancer-related illness at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, at the age of 71.
    More Details Hide Details McCormick was known to be very involved in the Los Angeles community, participating in various charities and events, including hosting local editions of the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, back when KTLA carried the telethon locally (the telethon has aired on KCAL-TV since 1996). Also, for a twelve-year span (1988–2000), he hosted the Los Angeles Unified School District Academic Decathlon, including two national academic decathlons. In addition to being a news reporter, McCormick appeared in numerous films and television series over the years, often playing himself as a reporter, but also portrayed other kinds of roles. As an actor, McCormick usually appeared in guest spots on TV shows, mostly on TV dramas and sitcoms, such as That Girl; Barnaby Jones; The Jeffersons (in a memorable 1979 episode as Florence's strict and ultra-conservative born-again Christian beau); Murder, She Wrote; Beverly Hills, 90210; and Angel (1999). He also made appearances in such movies as The Punisher (1989) and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), which was his final film appearance. McCormick also did voice over work in such Saturday morning cartoon series as Scooby-Doo and Dynomutt.
  • 2001
    Age 68
    In June 2001, KTLA honored McCormick by renaming one of its soundstages at Tribune Studios in his name.
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  • 1994
    Age 61
    In 1994, McCormick was honored with the Governor's Award, a high, prestigious honor given annually by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1971
    Age 38
    Shortly thereafter, he moved across town to KTLA in May 1971, and worked there until his death in 2004.
    More Details Hide Details At KTLA, he served as a features reporter (such as business and health & fitness) on the station's 10 pm weeknight newscasts, while serving as lead anchor on its weekend editions, and co-hosting Making It: Minority Success Stories, a program which profiled successful minority business people.
  • 1969
    Age 36
    McCormick became one of the first Black newscasters in the country, leaving his morning drive slot as disc jockey on radio KGFJ Los Angeles, transitioning to KCOP-TV winter of 1969.
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  • 1964
    Age 31
    He later moved across town to popular Top-40 music outlet KFWB-AM from 1964-1968 before they instituted an all-news format in the spring of 1968.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1958
    Age 25
    He first came to Los Angeles in 1958, working at then-R&B radio station KGFJ.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1933
    Age 0
    Born on February 3, 1933.
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