Date: November 25th, 2020

Pasadena’s Harvest Rock Church Appeals to a Higher Power in Legal Battle With State
News

Pasadena’s Harvest Rock Church Appeals to a Higher Power in Legal Battle With State

Despite state guidelines, Pasadena-based Harvest Rock Church on Tuesday filed an emergency petition with the U.S. Supreme Court asking for an injunction pending appeal in their federal lawsuit against Governor Gavin Newsom’s coronavirus restrictions. The injunction would allow the church to meet indoors, which the church has continuously done in spite of state guidelines ordering…

Career Corner: A New Kind of Thanksgiving
Business, Columns

Career Corner: A New Kind of Thanksgiving

By Angela Copeland This week, we will celebrate Thanksgiving. Normally, it’s an opportunity to gather together with loved ones, eat way too much good food, and watch a little football. It’s typically an opportunity to express gratitude for our good fortune. This year, it’s a little different. The pandemic and 2020 have created a challenging…

Kelley Blue Book Names Best Black Friday Car Deals for 2020
Business

Kelley Blue Book Names Best Black Friday Car Deals for 2020

While this year’s holiday season may look vastly different than years past, Black Friday is still considered to be the biggest shopping day of the year. From 0% financing to “Employee Pricing,” this year’s car deals can save you thousands of dollars on a new vehicle. Whether you are shopping online or staying socially distant…

L.A. County Experiences Highest New COVID-19 Deaths Since September
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L.A. County Experiences Highest New COVID-19 Deaths Since September

“Alarming” increases in cases and hospitalizations On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) confirmed the highest number of deaths reported since Sept. 9. Officials confirmed 51 new deaths and 3,692 new cases of COVID-19. In a statement, public health officials said COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to accelerate at an “alarming” speed….

Pasadena to Take More ‘Aggressive’ Enforcement Stance Amid COVID Surge
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Pasadena to Take More ‘Aggressive’ Enforcement Stance Amid COVID Surge

The dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations is of great concern for the City of Pasadena, its residents, and healthcare partners. In a statement released Tuesday, officials said that the city will immediately “undertake broader and more aggressive enforcement efforts to slow the spread of the virus with respect to outdoor dining but also…

Pasadena Police Investigate Suspicious Death at Hahamonga Watershed Park
Crime

Pasadena Police Investigate Suspicious Death at Hahamonga Watershed Park

On Tuesday, at approximately 7:52 a.m., Pasadena Police Department received a phone call from a citizen regarding an unresponsive female in the Hahamonga Watershed Park. Officers arrived on scene and located the adult female victim on the ground, near the northwest parking lot. Responding officers approached the victim to render aid and immediately realized the…

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