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What's Bruin at UCLA: PAC-10 BBall Pressure, Cadaver Scandal

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UCLA Men's Basketball
The UCLA Bruins will play the Cal Golden Bears in the PAC-10 Men's Basketball Tournament. As they file of the bus into the local Staple Center, they will be looking for a win against Calin order to advance and secure the No.1 seed for the NCAA tournament.

2:30pm PT, FSN.

Two Men Charged in Cadaver Scandal
Two individuals involved in the Willed Body Program were arrested yesterday in connection with selling body parts (donated for science) to private medical and pharmaceutical companies.

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Henry Reid -- former program director -- is charged with conspiracy and grand theft; Ernest Nelson -- owner of Empire Anatomical Co. -- is charged with conspiracy, grand theft and tax evasion. Both men could face 5-7 years in jail if convicted.

AP Photo by John Froschauer