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

Craigslist Robberies

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

TransAsia Crash Probe Focuses on Engine Failure

TAIPEI – One engine failed on the TransAsia plane that crashed in Taiwan this week with the loss of at least 35 lives, and the pilots may have inexplicably shut down the other, investigators and experts said Friday. Initial findings from the plane’s black boxes were released as reports emerged that the chief pilot was […] Read More

Dining for an Important Cause

HS_Dinners_Julienne The Pasadena area is home to a host of exceptional restaurants, and for three days, Feb. 24, Feb. 25, and Feb. 26, more than 30 of these superb-dining establishments will be participating in Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services' annual Dinners From the Heart fundraiser. Read More

Arcadia Woman Found Dead in Car

The death of a woman found slumped and unconscious at the wheel of an SUV at an Irwindale gas station appears to have been from natural causes, police said today. Read More

Korematsu Remembered

The man who was imprisoned in 1942, and then lost an appeal before the Supreme Court over the wartime incarceration of United States citizens, was remembered in Pasadena. Read More