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September 16, 1995 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
The nine University of California chancellors received their first pay raises in three years Friday when the UC Board of Regents agreed that its top executives--whose annual salaries range from about $165,000 to $243,000--are underpaid. Over the objection of Student Regent Edward Gomez, the board voted to give eight of its chancellors raises of 3.5% to 5%. But UC Berkeley Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien got a $20,600 raise--amounting to a 10.
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September 16, 1995 | AMY WALLACE, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
The nine University of California chancellors received their first pay raises in three years Friday when the UC Board of Regents agreed that its top executives--whose annual salaries range from about $165,000 to $243,000--are underpaid. Over the objection of Student Regent Edward Gomez, the board voted to give eight of its chancellors raises of 3.5% to 5%. But UC Berkeley Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien got a $20,600 raise--amounting to a 10.
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May 30, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A man in an inner tube being pulled by a boat died Monday when he crashed head-on into another boat on Pyramid Lake, authorities said. Edward Gomez, 43, was being towed by a long rope when the boat pilot, John Galvan, 46, of Los Angeles, made a wide turn to avoid a stationary boat, sheriff's officials said. The inner tube slammed into the motionless boat, killing Gomez, who was pronounced dead at Henry Mayo Hospital in Santa Clarita.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1991
Police Chief Bob Burgreen has selected six of his seven assistant chiefs under a reorganization plan that seeks to trim the ranks of upper management. A candidate for the seventh spot turned down the job Wednesday. Burgreen has elevated deputy chiefs Mike Rice, Ken Fortier and Cal Krosch to assistant chiefs. Assistant Chief Norm Stamper will remain in his position. Promoted Wednesday from commanders to assistant chiefs were Dave Worden and Bob Thorburn.
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August 2, 1994
Three motorists Monday rescued a California Highway Patrol officer who allegedly was being beaten by a man she had stopped for speeding on the Antelope Valley Freeway. Officer Amy Bonilla, 28, suffered cuts and bruises in the altercation, which ended when the motorists--including two off-duty Burbank police--wrestled away the man and held him down until more officers arrived to arrest him. "They certainly kept her from further harm," said CHP Chief Edward Gomez.
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February 13, 1987 | From a Times Staff Writer
California Highway Patrol Officer Craig Alan Peyer, who was suspended without pay after his arrest in the murder of a San Diego State University student, is drawing his $33,000-a-year salary again and has received back pay for the 15 days that he was suspended, CHP officials said. Peyer, a 13-year CHP veteran, was arrested Jan. 15 and charged with strangling Cara Evelyn Knott, 20, after pulling over the car she was driving the night of Dec. 27 on Interstate 15.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 29, 2000
After 34 years with the California Highway Patrol, Southern Division Chief Edward W. Gomez Monday announced his retirement effective June 1. He will be replaced by Chief Mike Brown from the agency's Sacramento headquarters, a CHP spokeswoman said. Gomez has spent the last 13 years as commander of the CHP's Southern Division, which is headquartered in Glendale and covers all of Los Angeles County. Gomez oversees the daily operations of more than 1,600 sworn officers and support staff.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1996 | BETH SHUSTER
While cards, letters and flowers continued to pour in Monday to Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, CHP Officer Rafael "Ralph" Casillas remained in critical condition in the intensive care ward. California Highway Patrol and hospital officials stressed that Casillas' condition hasn't improved significantly since he was shot last week by an ex-convict who refused to pull over. "We still have a long way to go," said CHP Deputy Chief Edward Gomez, who visited Casillas on Monday morning.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 1993
A man thought to be a security guard was shot Monday morning by a California Highway Patrol officer after he reached for his gun, police reported. In a news conference after the 11:53 a.m. incident, Central Area Division Chief Edward Gomez told reporters that a 28-year-old California Highway Patrol officer pulled over a man in uniform near Universal City after the man sped on the southbound Hollywood Freeway near Lankershim Boulevard.
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May 25, 1995 | KAY HWANGBO
Top emergency workers will be honored for their heroic feats at the 11th annual Community Protectors Awards luncheon today at the Universal Sheraton Hotel in Universal City. Thirteen police officers, firefighters and paramedics will be recognized at the event, which was founded by Los Angeles City Councilman Hal Bernson and Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich to honor emergency personnel serving the county and its municipalities for extraordinary and courageous acts.
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February 29, 2000 | JOHNATHON E. BRIGGS
After 34 years with the California Highway Patrol, Southern Division Chief Edward W. Gomez on Monday announced he will retire June 1. He will be replaced by Chief Mike Brown from Sacramento headquarters, according to a CHP spokeswoman. Gomez has spent the past 13 years as commander of the CHP's Southern Division, which is based in Glendale and covers all of Los Angeles County. Gomez oversees the daily operations of more than 1,600 sworn officers and support staff members.
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