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Extra, Extra: A Man and His Corpse, Cockfighting, and Back on the RKO Ranch
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- This weirdness comes out of Stockton: "Man Lived With Corpse For Months."
- "It's a Wonderful Life" and the history of the RKO ranch in Encino.
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- Authorities in San Bernardino are looking to residents to come forward to report cockfighting crimes.
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