News / October 16, 2018 Diet Averted: Pasadena Council Terminates Orange Grove Complete Streets Project

By Gus Herrera There are many popular diets out there today, but there’s one particular diet that many Pasadena residents could not wait to abandon: the infamous “Road Diet.” At their latest regular meeting, the Pasadena City Council gave the people what they wanted and unanimously approved City Manager Steve Mermell’s recommendation to remove the...

News / October 16, 2018 Pasadena Chamber Recommends Positions on Ballot Measures

Measures considered for impact on local businesses, Pasadena economy and Chamber member companies The Board of Directors of the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce considered the array of initiatives on the ballot for Nov. 6. In deciding whether or not to take a position, the Board analyzed whether a particular measure would impact the local economy,...

Crime / October 15, 2018 Arrests Made at Illegal Pasadena Marijuana Dispensary

City of Pasadena authorities executed a search warrant at the Rose Buds Dispensary, located at 1291 E. Walnut St. on Oct. 11. After several months of cease and desist letters and numerous violations, a criminal search was conducted resulting in the arrest of three adults. Over twenty-five pounds of marijuana was seized at a value...

Crime / October 15, 2018 Life Sentence for Man Convicted of 1988 Pasadena Murder

A 56-year-old man was sentenced on Oct. 11 to 32 years to life in state prison for the murder of a jewelry salesman at a Pasadena gas station more than three decades ago, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced. Deputy District Attorney Ryan Erlich said Albert Ahmad Clark (aka Al Clark) was found...

News / October 15, 2018 Two-Car Collision Rips Car in Half in Pasadena

On Monday Oct. 15, at about 3:02 a.m., Police and Fire Department personnel responded to the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Wilson Avenue regarding a two car collision. A black 2015 Dodge Charger being driven by a 26 year-old Pasadena woman collided with a green 1995 Honda Civic being driven by a 43 year-old woman,...

News / October 10, 2018 Typhus Fever Affects Twenty Pasadena Residents This Year

Health Department reports ‘epidemic levels’ The Pasadena Public Health Department (PPHD) is reporting epidemic levels of typhus fever this year. Typhus fever is a disease spread to humans by infected fleas. In 2018, 20 Pasadena residents have been confirmed to have typhus fever well above the expected one to five cases per year. Flea-borne typhus,...

News / October 10, 2018 Pasadena Doctor Under Investigation for Sexual Misconduct

Huntington Hospital OB-GYN under ‘Peer Review’ By Terry Miller A Pasadena OB-GYN accused of sexual misconduct has been removed from a leadership role at Huntington Hospital and will have a chaperone while treating patients at the hospital, according to officials at the Pasadena hospital. Dr. Patrick Sutton, OB-GYN, allegedly made comments about a patient’s appearance...

News / October 9, 2018 No Taxation Without Clarification

A voter’s guide to Pasadena’s Measure I By Gus Herrera With the Nov. 6 general election less than four weeks away, an election with a lengthy ballot including gubernatorial, senatorial, and congressional candidates, it can be easy to lose sight of measures that will certainly impact wallets right here in the City of Pasadena. Measure...

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House Fire Leads to Homicide Arrest –

House Fire Leads to Homicide Arrest – On Friday, September 30, at approximately 5:56 a.m. Pasadena Police and Fire personnel responded to an apartment fire at 59 South Meredith Avenue. The fire was contained to a single unit and; subsequently, a deceased female adult, later identified as Maria Donnely, a 28 year old Pasadena resident,…

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Governor Brown Signs Legislation

Governor Brown Signs Legislation That Requires Amazon.com and other Internet companies to collect Sales Tax Approving a landmark legislative compromise that creates jobs and ensures that online retailers do not receive an unfair tax advantage over brick-and-mortar businesses, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed a bill that requires Amazon and other internet retailers to collect…

Pasadena Fire Dept Assists Monrovia in Industrial Fire
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Pasadena Fire Dept Assists Monrovia in Industrial Fire

A massive fire erupted at an industrial complex dangerous close to the gas station on the south east corner of Shamrock and Huntington on Wednesday evening around 6pm. Response was swift and aggressive from multiple agencies as far away as Alhambra and South Pasadena. Smoke and fumes were heavy and fire fully involved when fire…

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SENATE BACKS PORTANTINO’S BILL TO BAN “OPEN CARRY”

Sacramento – Assemblymember Anthony Portantino’s groundbreaking legislation (AB 144) making it illegal to carry an unloaded gun in public was approved late today by the State Senate (vote of 21 to 18), adding to the growing chorus of public officials and law enforcement groups calling for a ban on “open carry” in public. “I am…

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Monrovia Mayor to Be Honored by NAACP

The Pasadena branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is honoring Monrovia Mayor Mary Ann Lutz on Thursday at the 26th Annual Awards Dinner for her “dedication to improving the quality of life for all Monrovians,” said Pasadena NAACP President Joe Brown. “Over the past three years, we have watched…

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