News / June 21, 2018 Pasadena Police Seeking Public’s Help Identifying One of Two Home Invasion Suspects

On Sunday, June 17th, 2018, at approximately 1:56 AM Pasadena Police officers responded to the 1900 block of East Villa Street regarding a stabbing victim. Upon arriving on the scene, officers discovered the victim bleeding profusely. Pasadena Fire paramedics arrived shortly thereafter and transported the victim to a local hospital. The victim was treated of...

News / June 20, 2018 Pasadena Council Hears Civic Center Task Force Recommendations

By Gus Herrera At their latest regular meeting, the Pasadena City Council heard the much-awaited recommendations from the Civic Center Task Force (CCTF) but they were ultimately unable to take any form of action, as several council members felt they did not have enough information to proceed with the decision-making. Although they appreciated the task...

News / June 20, 2018 Pasadena Introduces SmartBoot Technology to Recover Unpaid Parking Violations

New program will be aimed at vehicles with five or more unpaid parking tickets By Staff The City of Pasadena has entered into an agreement with PayLock, LLC to provide SmartBoot technology in an effort to recover unpaid parking violations throughout the city. The City’s scofflaw program enforces the State of California motor vehicle code,...

News / June 19, 2018 Pasadena Westin Hotel under Fire after Facebook Post of Alleged Racist Incident

Scores of activists protest outside the hotel Monday night; Westin Hotel does damage control By Terry Miller In incident involving an African-America woman and her daughter who experienced “blatant racism” in Pasadena has gone viral and garnered the attention of international media. The incident, posted on Facebook, depicts a white man posing as a health...

News / June 17, 2018 Alleged Incident of Racism at Pasadena Westin Hotel Garners International Attention

In the incident involving where an African America woman and her daughter experienced “blatant racism” in Pasadena has gone viral and garnered the attention of international media. The incident, posted on Facebook, depicts a white man posing as a health inspector who asked the mother and daughter if they had showered before using a pool...

News / June 15, 2018 Civil Rights Attorney Says Police Officers Deliberately Lied About Chris Ballew Beating

Dale Gronemeier cites video evidence of police officers’ false statements A video released Thursday contrasts the statements of Pasadena Police Officers Lerry Esparza and Zachary Lujan about their beating of Christopher Ballew and video evidence of the incident showing that their statements are false. The video was made public in a formal complaint against the...

News / June 14, 2018 Pasadena Updates Fireworks Ordinance

City reinforces all fireworks are illegal in Pasadena The City of Pasadena recently amended the municipal code holding property owners and tenants responsible for permitting the possession, sale, usage, or discharge of fireworks on their property. The ordinance change allows for the prosecution of fireworks-related offenses and for the demand of payment for all costs...

News / June 14, 2018 Man Falls to His Death from atop Freeway Sign in Pasadena

The westbound lanes of the 210 Freeway at Lake Avenue were closed for several hours Sunday and into Monday as CHP investigated the death of a man who fell from a freeway sign on to traffic below. According to multiple reports, a man was walking on the Lake Ave. overpass and apparently climbed onto the...

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Pasadena Council Hears Civic Center Task Force Recommendations
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Pasadena Council Hears Civic Center Task Force Recommendations

By Gus Herrera At their latest regular meeting, the Pasadena City Council heard the much-awaited recommendations from the Civic Center Task Force (CCTF) but they were ultimately unable to take any form of action, as several council members felt they did not have enough information to proceed with the decision-making. Although they appreciated the task…

Pasadena Updates Fireworks Ordinance
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Pasadena Updates Fireworks Ordinance

City reinforces all fireworks are illegal in Pasadena The City of Pasadena recently amended the municipal code holding property owners and tenants responsible for permitting the possession, sale, usage, or discharge of fireworks on their property. The ordinance change allows for the prosecution of fireworks-related offenses and for the demand of payment for all costs…

Man Falls to His Death from atop Freeway Sign in Pasadena
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Man Falls to His Death from atop Freeway Sign in Pasadena

The westbound lanes of the 210 Freeway at Lake Avenue were closed for several hours Sunday and into Monday as CHP investigated the death of a man who fell from a freeway sign on to traffic below. According to multiple reports, a man was walking on the Lake Ave. overpass and apparently climbed onto the…

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