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June 23, 2003 | Andrew Blankstein, Times Staff Writer
Ten people were wounded, two of them seriously, when two suspects opened fire on a crowd attending a birthday party early Sunday in Carson. Between 50 to 75 people had gone to the home in the 2800 block of East 221st Street, where they were sprayed with gunfire about 1 a.m., said Los Angeles Sheriff's Sgt. John Swanson. It was not immediately known what weapons the shooters used, Swanson said. Eight people in the crowd were treated for wounds to their arms and legs.
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March 29, 2008 | Garrett Therolf, Times Staff Writer
A small private hospital in Long Beach has emerged as the leading candidate to take on one of the biggest healthcare challenges in Southern California: reopening Martin Luther King Jr.-Harbor Hospital, some key Los Angeles County officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 17, 1987
Ifind the recent adverse portrayal of the care rendered to patients at Burbank Community Hospital disturbing. The focus on problems in the emergency room leaves one with an inaccurate picture of the entire facility. As a physcian practicing in Burbank for 25 years, I have seen privileged to be a member of the staffs of both St. Joseph Medical Center and Burbank Community hospital. In my experience, Burbank Community hospital has always served the community as a nonprofit institution dedicated to providing the highest quality of care.
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January 11, 1994 | ROSS NEWHAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chub Feeney, a former National League president and general manager of the New York and San Francisco Giants, died from a heart attack Monday at California Pacific Hospital in San Francisco. He was 72. Feeney had suffered a mild stroke at a game at Candlestick Park on July 27 and was hospitalized last Tuesday after a heart attack. He suffered another on Monday, a hospital spokesperson said.
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March 12, 1999 | RICHARD CROMELIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Lowell Fulson, a blues musician whose songs were recorded by Elvis Presley, Otis Redding and Eric Clapton, has died from complications of pneumonia and kidney failure, a family spokeswoman said. He was 77. Fulson died Sunday at Pacific Hospital in Long Beach. The singer-guitarist, whose recordings were characterized by a raw style, scored nine Top 10 R&B hits and three Top 100 pop hits in a career that stretched from the late '40s into the '90s.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1993
The South Coast Air Quality Management District has responsibility to control air pollution. It can seek court-imposed fines against polluters of from $25 to $25,000 a day based on such factors as the extent that emissions exceed legal limits, potential danger to the public, whether the violation was intentional, accidental or due to negligence and the company's history of violations. These are the 10 top penalties last July: COMPANY: GNB Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 31, 2013 | By Chris Megerian
SACRAMENTO -- The Federal Bureau of Investigation was targeting Sen. Ron Calderon for years before allegedly catching him taking bribes during a sting operation, according to an affidavit uncovered by Al Jazeera. An agent wrote in the document that an investigation into the Montebello Democrat and his brothers, Tom and Charles, began in 2007. The genesis of the corruption investigation, the agent wrote, was a $1-million check written to Tom Calderon by Michael Drobot, who runs Pacific Hospital of Long Beach.
NEWS
February 16, 1992
Enrollment: About 30,000. Areas served: Enrollment is open, but it primarily serves Long Beach, Lakewood and Signal Hill. On the ballot: Four candidates for three seats. The election is April 14. INCUMBENTS C. Thomas Dean Age: Would not disclose. Profession: Retired Cal State Long Beach administrator. Remarks: "Since I've been in administration for 30 years, I've handled budgets. I have experience.
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December 13, 1996 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. C. David Molina, a pioneer in managed health care for welfare recipients, has died at the age of 70. Molina, who founded Molina Medical Centers in 1985 and served as its president and chief executive officer, died Sunday at his home in Long Beach. The family health maintenance organization has more than 105,000 members in eight counties, primarily in Southern California.
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