Pasadena police today shot three dogs — one fatally — after the animals attacked a man who was bitten in one leg, a lieutenant said.
China returned to the offensive Wednesday over Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit to a contested war shrine warning the UN Security Council that such acts threaten peace.
China has become the world’s biggest consumer of red wine, outdrinking the wine-loving French for the first time in 2013, according to a study published this week....Read More
The Arcadia Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Bob and Patsy Harbicht have been named Citizens of the Year for 2014-15....Read More
Conducting genetic testing in invertebrate worms, USC scientists Sean Curran and Shanshan Pang have found a pathway that reveals that diet directly impacts aging....Read More
Continuing its centennial celebration in spectacular fashion, the Westridge Parent Association Tuesday night invited ‘Girl Rising’ senior producer Martha Adams to discuss her film with students, teachers and interested guests at the Pasadena campus’s Fran Norris Performing Arts Center....Read More
The San Marino School Board will discuss in closed session next Tuesday afternoon the necessary steps to replace Superintendent Loren Kleinrock, who announced earlier this month he will be retiring when his contract expires on June 30, 2014.
The top US commander in the Pacific expressed concern Thursday that he has no direct line to his counterpart in China in the case of a crisis in the region.
Despite improved efforts by a smattering of cities, efforts to reduce tobacco use have essentially ground to a halt in most cities in Los Angeles County, according to a report released today by the American Lung Association.
A Burbank man is scheduled to be arraigned today on a charge of murder in the strangulation death of his 77-year-old mother, whose body was found in an alley near their apartment.