"What ambulances can do is give you saline to keep up your blood volume, but they can't actually provide you with blood."
- “We have pulled resources out of undergraduate education in order to build expensive, elite PhD programs that cater to very few students proportionately."
- By Joe Deegan, March 27, 2013
- A small Illinois biotech company cuts a deal with UCSD. The university agrees to test a substitute for human blood on comatose patients — victims of gunshots and car crashes — without the patients' consent.
- By Matt Potter, July 28, 2005
- Vargas has continually hit up industry lobbyists for campaign cash, although he runs virtually unopposed in a safe Democratic district. State disclosure records show Vargas has transferred much of the money he has raised to the campaigns of fellow assembly Democrats.
- By Matt Potter, Feb. 26, 2004
Juan Vargas at San Diego's Golden Hall, November 5, 2002
- Dominelli, the officer-in-charge, even had an officer's title: "Captain Money." Hoover's children named him that because he lavished so much money on them. Fantasizing about spit and polish and brute force, he would frequently chide Hoover, "You'd never make it in the Marines."
- By Don Bauder, June 2, 2005
Nancy Hoover and J. David Dominelli
From <em>Captain Money and the Golden Girl</em>
- On June 1, 2011, eight tribal members were dis-enrolled by the band’s executive committee, a six-person elected governing body that rules the tribe. A year later, 154 more members were taken off the roll, losing their per capita, health benefits, and housing. In early 2013, two more were cut; these last members are children.
- By Siobhan Braun, June 5, 2013
Tribal chairman Robert Smith “is going to tear this tribe apart” says former chairman King Freeman.
The airport authority insists that its campaign plan is simply to "educate and inform" voters.
- CEO Thella Bowens proudly pointed to the poll's key finding: that public support for building a new airport jumped from 42 to 49 percent after the authority distributed more than a million glossy newspaper inserts headlined, "Fly into the Future."
- By Matt Potter, Feb. 24, 2005