This is the third of four collections of clip samples for TJ Sullivan. Please navigate to the links below to review newspaper stories written by TJ Sullivan.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's pursuit of the office of governor in 2003 relied heavily on the movie star's fame. In a matter of weeks it drew far more attention to his candidacy than any political newcomer could possibly purchase. Still, some questioned if it would be enough.
The Northridge earthquake, and the lessons it taught scientists, prompted the development of a system that now enables emergency workers to obtain within five minutes detailed reports of where the shaking was worst, information that's critical to saving lives.
The tires on Wayne Scharphorn's pickup bounced like superballs, the curly cord of his CB radio tangled itself in the steering column, and he screamed into the microphone still keyed down in his fist. "Earthquake!"
The California Department of Health Services is delaying the investigations of many compalints filed against nursing homes, a situation industry watchdogs say endangers the lives of society's most vulnerable elderly citizens.
Squinting into the twilight, William Boarman spied about 2,200 ravens perched shoulder to shoulder across a quarter-mile of wires, roosting after a day of scavenging across the Mojave desert, a sight some believe portends profound ecological change in the desert and beyond.
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