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as far as El Segundo - Despite high gas prices, the RV park at Dockweiler State Beach was booked solid for the holiday weekend. RV owners there told the Daily Breeze that their recreational vehicles get about 8 miles per gallon.

to W-A-S-H-I-N-G-T-O-N - 14-year-old David Pruden, a student at Placertia Junior High School, will be heading to Washington to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee this week — it will be on ABC and ESPN on Thursday.

AIDS funds - A vote to renew AIDS funding in Washington could lead to fewer dollars for California, activists fear. More money may be headed to rural states and the South.

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