Dribble for the Cure at UCLA Saturday

The seventh annual Dribble for the Cure will be held at UCLA Sunday, with the Bruin men's and women's basketball teams helping raise funds and awareness in the fight against pediatric cancer. Read More

Knott’s Sued by Visitor

A visitor to Knott's Berry Farm is suing the theme park alleging she was inappropriately touched and spoken to rudely in a maze room during last year's Scary Farm event. Read More

Dr. Edmond Pi Recognized for Commitment to Service

image006 At the Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich recognized Dr. Edmond Pi for his 33 years of dedicated service to Los Angeles County. Dr. Pi began his career in 1980 with the Department of Mental Health after completing his psychiatry residency at Stony Brook University in New York State and his chief residency at the University of Kentucky.  Read More

Herpes Lawsuit

A woman who alleges she got herpes from an Army Special Forces major, who also gave the disease to his ex-wife and two other women, is suing the serviceman. Read More

Election Endorsements

From the Publisher, Clif Smith Published Thursday, October 16, 2014 The San Marino Tribune encourages all registered voters to vote. We respect whatever your private decisions may be, but it’s the duty of all citizens to vote. With one party — the Democrat Party — constantly blocking even the smallest efforts to ensure that our […] Read More

Bill and Sally Hurt Honorees at CHLA’s Noche de Niños

by Winston Chua Longtime San Marino resident Bill Hurt and his wife Sally were named honorees at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles’ annual gala Noche de Niños Saturday night. The Hurts received the philanthropists Courage to Care Award at the gala, which raised more than $3.1 million in unrestricted funds, helping CHLA meet important […] Read More

LAX Ebola Scare

A woman vomited and exhibited flu-like systems aboard a Los Angeles bound flight from New York, prompting authorities to divert the plane to a remote terminal at LAX out of concern over possible Ebola exposure, but authorities determined there was no threat. Read More

“It’s Getting Colder Because of Global Warming.” — NOT

From the Publisher, Clif Smith Published Thursday, October 9, 2014   Really. How do we know this? Because government-funded computer modelers say so. Many in our community are attorneys and scientists. Attorneys look at the facts. If the facts help their client’s position, they argue the facts. If the facts hurt their client’s position, they […] Read More

President Obama Arrives in Los Angeles

President Barack Obama arrived at Los Angeles International Airport today to begin a 24-hour Southland visit, during which he will promote his plans to create economic opportunity for millennials and conduct a fundraiser at Gwyneth Paltrow's home. Read More

Echosmith, Mowglis and American Authors Delight Crowd at Nokia

Echosmith. Nicole Nodland photo. by Winston Chua Echosmith, whose band members once attended Maranatha High, gave a performance that delighted the audience Saturday night at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live. The group performed a variety of songs that impressed the audience and also made the night one of social awareness. “We have blood, you have blood,” explained lead vocalist […] Read More

More Efforts to Raise Minimum Wage

Four members of the Los Angeles City Council today proposed raising the citywide minimum wage to $13.25 an hour by 2017, and exploring the possibility of raising the wage to $15.25 an hour by 2019. Read More

Biden Begins Los Angeles Visit

Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to begin a two- day visit to Los Angeles today by speaking at fundraisers for Iowa Senate candidate Bruce Braley and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Read More

President Obama Continues to Succeed Remarkably – Or Not?

From the Publisher, Clif Smith Published Friday, October 3, 2014   It has been nearly 35 years since the United States suffered a complete incompetent in the White House with President Jimmy Carter.  No American benefits from a President whose judgment, world view and actions damage our country.  “Cool” is not a conclusive qualification for […] Read More

Cracking Down on Illegal Medicine Sales

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – City Attorney Mike Feuer announced today he is pursuing misdemeanor charges against people selling pharmaceuticals without licenses at swap meets and other places around the city. The drugs include antibiotics, steroid creams, diet pills, diuretics, silicon products used for body modification and drugs that can only be dispensed through prescriptions or […] Read More

Fire Weather in Southland Valleys

A red flag warning denoting a high risk of wildfire was in effect in the Southland's valleys, forests and mountains today as a new heat wave gripped the region, prompting precautionary firefighter deployments in Los Angeles and the Angeles National Forest. Read More

East West Chairman/CEO Elected USC Trustee

Dominic_Ng_headshot-412x274 Dominic Ng, chairman and CEO of East West Bank, has been elected to the USC Board of Trustees. He has served on the university’s President’s Leadership Council since 2013 and is a dedicated supporter of the USC Pacific Asia Museum. Read More

Gas Prices Lowest Since February

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County dropped four-tenths of a cent today to $3.716, its lowest amount since Feb. 11. Read More