Terry Miller

DOJ Prosecutors Seeking Those Who Assaulted Media During Capitol Attack
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DOJ Prosecutors Seeking Those Who Assaulted Media During Capitol Attack

FBI warns ‘armed protests’ are in the planning stages By Terry Miller The world watched on in alarm as an attempted coup on Jan. 6 by supporters of President Donald Trump, QAnon conspiracy theorists, Proud Boys and countless right-wing fringe groups, invaded the Capitol ahead of Congress certifying the electoral win of President-elect Joe Biden —…

City of Pasadena Vaccinates Scores of Health Care Workers
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City of Pasadena Vaccinates Scores of Health Care Workers

By Terry Miller With the increasing numbers of COVID-19 rapidly rising in Los Angeles County, Pasadena is vaccinating health care workers as fast as possible so they may continue providing greatly needed services during this pandemic. Tuesday morning, the Pasadena Public Health Department (PPHD) vaccinated some in the community medical field through the closed Medical Point of…

Methodist Hospital Faces ‘Severe Shortage of Available Nurses’
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Methodist Hospital Faces ‘Severe Shortage of Available Nurses’

By Terry Miller On Saturday, socially distanced union representatives and exhausted nurses protested the patient-to-staffing ratio during the pandemic at Methodist Hospital of Southern California. Registered nurses held the silent event to oppose the hospital’s use of a state waiver to circumvent nurse-to-patient safe staffing standards. In December, the state allowed hospitals to adjust nurse-to-patient…

Heavy Rains Prompt Mudslide Concerns
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Heavy Rains Prompt Mudslide Concerns

By Terry Miller California’s first major storm of the season caused a wallop Sunday night with an impressive thunder and lightning show combined with heavy showers this county hasn’t seen in quite some time. Monrovia residents are taking the approaching storms seriously, filling dozens of sandbags to prevent mudflow and debris. Residents of neighborhoods in…

The Battle Over Outdoor Dining Continues
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The Battle Over Outdoor Dining Continues

By Terry Miller Remember outdoor dining? It was the closest thing to pre-epidemic normal for the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County — until recently. Then, a huge surge in hospitalizations and cases of the coronavirus forced the county’s health department to ban outdoor dining again in late November. Beacon Media has been closely…

Pasadena Suspends Bad Weather Shelter During Crisis
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Pasadena Suspends Bad Weather Shelter During Crisis

Residents demand the city help the unhoused during the pandemic By Terry Miller In an alarming move, the City of Pasadena will sponsor no inclement weather shelter in Pasadena 2020-2021. On Monday, scores of residents voiced their sadness and anger at city officials for not allowing Bad Weather Shelter at a time when the nights…

Hospitals Experiencing High Volume of COVID-19 Patients
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Hospitals Experiencing High Volume of COVID-19 Patients

ICU beds in California near capacity as hospitalizations hit record By Terry Miller As the nation enters a frightening new phase of the COVID-19 crisis, hospitals and care facilities are grappling with tremendous spikes in new patients. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (C.D.C.) shows the coronavirus hospitalization rate at an all-time…

Dodger Stadium Considered for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Site
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Dodger Stadium Considered for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Site

By Terry Miller Oscar-winner Sean Penn’s nonprofit group, Community Organized Relief Effort (CORE), that runs the COVID-19 testing site at Dodger Stadium hopes to increase testing capacity there and get it ready for vaccine distribution, according to a local news report for KABC. The first COVID-19 vaccine, from Pfizer, appeared before a U.S. Food and…

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