Author: Winston Chua

Now 119 Measles Cases in California

Six new cases of measles have been reported in California since a December outbreak linked to Disneyland, this time out of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. 10:47 am Read More

Two Excellent Sibling San Marino Musicians

Valentine Elementary School is host to a number of talented individuals in the community. This week we feature a special group of brothers with an enormous talent for music, on the violin and cello. They are Joshua (10) and Nat Yue (8). 6:07 pm Read More

LA BOAT SHOW RUNS THROUGH SUNDAY

Ultra-high performance ocean racer. The 58th Annual Los Angeles Boat Show this weekend features over 200 boats from small inflatables to 70 ft+ cruising yachts and everything in between. Celebrity Tyler Perry came by Thursday to check out a $3.3 million cruiser. Dave Geoffroy, National Marine Manufacturers Association Vice President, hopes for 18,000 visitors at this weekend’s Los Angeles […] 4:08 pm Read More

China’s Gong Runner-Up No More

China's Gong Jinjie finally ended years of near misses by partnering Zhong Tianshi to World Track Cycling Championship gold in the women's team sprint on Wednesday. 1:36 pm Read More

Taiwan Plans to Export Nuclear Waste

Taiwan has unveiled a Tw$11.25 billion ($356 million) plan to process nuclear waste overseas for the first time as its power plants approach capacity, sparking criticism from environmental groups. 1:34 pm Read More

Police Arrest One for Hit-And-Run; Two Still at Large

One Suspect Draws Firearm, According to Witnesses; But K9, Chopper Aren’t Enough. The San Marino Police Department arrested a woman who was attempting to flee the scene of a hit-and-run accident in the 1100 block of Virginia Rd. on Tuesday morning, but two other suspects evaded capture, according to Police Chief John Incontro. One of […] 1:01 pm Read More

Patrick Schwarzeneggar in Auto Dispute

Arnold Schwarzenegger's 21-year-old son got involved in a dispute with another motorist who rammed the young man's car before speeding away and could face an assault with a deadly weapon charge if found, police said today. 3:27 pm Read More

16 in a Row for St. Monica

IMG_1039 The St. Monica Crusaders girls varsity basketball team finished its regular season with a decisive 52-19 win over the Le Lycee Lions in Los Angeles on Thursday, Feb. 12. This was their 16th victory of an impressive 16-game winning streak. 3:17 pm Read More

Heart Month at Huntington Hospital

Heart_Month_01 Huntington Memorial Hospital, in partnership with the American Heart Association, is celebrating Heart Month in February to help bring awareness to heart disease in women.  Heart disease is the number one killer of women, more than all forms of cancer combined. 11:50 am Read More

Alhambra Man Dies in Freeway Crash

One man was killed today and another person critically injured in a fiery two-car crash on the Pomona (60) Freeway, and a third car slammed into the wreckage, the California Highway Patrol reported. 9:26 am Read More

Foothill Gold Line’s Station Design Community Meeting Scheduled

image001 Sources tell The Tribune that train testing is underway within the corridor between Monrovia and Irwindale and that this testing will continue through the summer.  The more than 11 mile Foothill Gold Line route from Pasadena to Azusa will include traveling trains.  Open houses are available to the community in April and May. Below is […] 3:50 pm Read More

2015 CAUSE Leadership Academy Applications Now Open

PASADENA – This year’s CAUSE Leadership Academy applications are now being accepted. CAUSE is the Center for Asian Americans United for Self Empowerment and is offering leadership programs for college-aged students in both Los Angeles and Washington D.C.  “This is a tremendous opportunity for students who have demonstrated leadership qualities in academic and non-academic settings,” […] 2:57 pm Read More

Parents Question District Over Visit From Delegation

Two San Marino Unified School District parents, who claim they represent others of a similar mindset, complained to The Tribune that administrators did a poor job of informing families of Tuesday’s visit by a delegation of approximately one hundred and fifty students and chaperones who toured Valentine Elementary and Huntington Middle Schools. 11:19 am Read More

City Club Features Leslie Appleton-Young

leslieappletonyounghigh Do you want to know what is really happening in the Southern California real estate market?  Leslie Appleton-Young will be providing an overview of current trends and future market scenarios as the distinguished speaker at the February 17, 2015 Dinner Meeting of the San Marino City Club.  3:35 pm Read More

Remembering Lincoln

The 23rd annual Abraham Lincoln Remembrance will be held Thursday at the Los Angeles National Cemetery in Westwood, featuring the reciting of the Gettysburg Address by actor Steven Bauer.   12:48 pm Read More

Apple Sued for (Lack of) Storage

Apple is being sued by a man who alleges the company did not tell him and other consumers that the storage space taken up by the iOS 8 operating system when bought pre-installed on various devices leaves little room for one's own files. 12:47 pm Read More

Craigslist Robberies

West Covina police today urged people to contact investigators if they have been robbed by anyone advertising items for sale on Craigslist. 12:46 pm Read More