Nam Jack Named Woman of Distinction by Rep. Judy Chu

Nam Jack San Marino School Board member Nam Jack has been named one of fourteen San Gabriel Valley residents who will receive the 2015 Women of Distinction award from Rep. Judy Chu at a ceremony to be held at the San Marino Center on Saturday, April 18 at 10:00 a.m. Read More

Public Comment Sought for 710 Traffic Solution

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) recently released a Draft Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) on proposals regarding the 4.5 mile gap between the I-210 Freeway in Pasadena and the end of the I-710 freeway in East Los Angeles. Read More

Three Men Charged in Robbery of Pasadena Man

Posted Thursday, April 2 – 5:46 p.m. PASADENA (CNS) – Three young men were charged today with robbing an 87- year-old man who suffered serious head injuries when he was knocked to the ground near the Rose Bowl in Pasadena last week. Juan Antonio Medina Martinez, Gabriel Anthony Mixco and Dominick Tobiah Guzman, all 19, […] Read More

Suspects Sought in Robbery, Assault of Pasadena Man

Two of four suspects sought in the assault and robbery of an 87-year-old man in Pasadena surrendered to police, apparently as a result of security images released to the media by investigators, and were being held today in lieu of $1.05 million bail. Read More

Pygmalion opens at Pasadena Playhouse

Bruce Turk and Paige Lindsey White. Photo by Jim Cox Phonetics professor Henry Higgins is getting ready to teach a Cockney flower girl how to pass as a duchess at an ambassador’s garden party. Along the way, he discovers an unexpected result from his personal challenge to make Eliza Doolittle an upper class woman. The story, an interpretation from George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, is being performed at the Pasadena Playhouse from March 17 to April 12. Read More

Woman in Alhambra saved from attempted sexual assault

(CNS) Posted Friday, March 4 – 5:50 p.m. ALHAMBRA – Three men saved a woman from an attempted sexual assault in Alhambra, authorities said today. The men came from a nearby restaurant to intervene after the woman was attacked in an alley near West Valley Boulevard and South Ethel Avenue around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, according […] Read More

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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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 […] 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,” […] Read More