News / October 11, 2019 PUSD Employee Placed on Administrative Leave Years After ‘Negligent Supervision’

By Terry Miller Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) has had more than its fair share of bad news in the past few years: like declining enrollment and campus closures. However, recently a disturbing story caught our attention when a custodial worker at PUSD was implicated in an inappropriate situation involving minors. A California Superior Court...

News / October 10, 2019 Senator Portantino & Pasadena PD Partner on Anti-Recidivism Bill Signed by Governor

Senator Anthony J. Portantino’s (D – La Cañada Flintridge) post release services referral program bill SB 620 has been signed by Governor Newsom. The bill was suggested and sponsored by the Pasadena Police Department and would allow local law enforcement agencies to share access to helpful information to those under supervised release and help connect them...

News / October 10, 2019 Upper San Gabriel Valley MWD Wins 2019 WaterSense Partner of the Year Award

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized the Upper San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District (Upper District) with a 2019 WaterSense Partner of the Year Award for its heroic efforts to defeat water waste and promote WaterSense in 2018. Upper District received one of 25 WaterSense awards Oct. 3 at the WaterSmart Innovations Conference in...

News / October 8, 2019 Ryan Bell Announces Campaign for Pasadena City Council District 6

Community activist and District 6 resident Ryan Bell has announced his candidacy for Pasadena City Council’s District 6 seat. “I’m running for Pasadena City Council because over the past few years I see a chasm between the needs of residents—my neighbors and fellow tax payers—and those who oversee our community from city hall,” Bell writes...

Crime / October 7, 2019 Pasadena and Arcadia Doctors Settle in Medicare and Medicaid Fraud Case

A Southern California-based ophthalmology group, its former CEO and several of its physicians have paid the United States and California $6.65 million to settle False Claims Act allegations that they defrauded public health care programs by billing for unnecessary eye exams, improperly waiving Medicare co-payments, and violating other regulations, the Justice Department announced Friday. Retina...

News / September 26, 2019 Pasadena Students Join International Climate Strike

Major study says world has just 11 years to avoid catastrophic climate change By Terry Miller / Photos by Brian Biery Inspired by an eloquent Swedish 16-year-old, thousands of students took to the streets from New York to Pasadena Friday. On Sept. 20, more than 4 million people across the U.S. and world went “on strike” to demand a...

News / September 23, 2019 Pasadena Woman Critically Injured in Traffic Collision

On Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019, at about 10:05 p.m., Police and Fire Department personnel responded to Raymond Avenue and Washington Boulevard regarding a report of a traffic collision with injuries. Upon arrival, first responders found that a 29 year-old Pasadena woman had been driving a red, 2002 Honda Accord south on Raymond Avenue. The driver...

News / September 23, 2019 Pasadena Seeks Public Input on Colorado Street Bridge Suicide Prevention Barrier

The public is invited to the first community meeting for the Colorado Street Bridge – Suicide Mitigation Enhancements Project. The meeting will take place Thursday, Sept. 26, from 6:30-8 p.m. in Council Chambers at Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Garfield Ave., Room S249. The city and its Colorado Bridge Project Team will present the project...

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Ryan Bell Announces Campaign for Pasadena City Council District 6
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Ryan Bell Announces Campaign for Pasadena City Council District 6

Community activist and District 6 resident Ryan Bell has announced his candidacy for Pasadena City Council’s District 6 seat. “I’m running for Pasadena City Council because over the past few years I see a chasm between the needs of residents—my neighbors and fellow tax payers—and those who oversee our community from city hall,” Bell writes…

Pasadena and Arcadia Doctors Settle in Medicare and Medicaid Fraud Case
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Pasadena and Arcadia Doctors Settle in Medicare and Medicaid Fraud Case

A Southern California-based ophthalmology group, its former CEO and several of its physicians have paid the United States and California $6.65 million to settle False Claims Act allegations that they defrauded public health care programs by billing for unnecessary eye exams, improperly waiving Medicare co-payments, and violating other regulations, the Justice Department announced Friday. Retina…

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Pasadena Students Join International Climate Strike

Major study says world has just 11 years to avoid catastrophic climate change By Terry Miller / Photos by Brian Biery Inspired by an eloquent Swedish 16-year-old, thousands of students took to the streets from New York to Pasadena Friday. On Sept. 20, more than 4 million people across the U.S. and world went “on strike” to demand a…

Pasadena Woman Critically Injured in Traffic Collision
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Pasadena Woman Critically Injured in Traffic Collision

On Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019, at about 10:05 p.m., Police and Fire Department personnel responded to Raymond Avenue and Washington Boulevard regarding a report of a traffic collision with injuries. Upon arrival, first responders found that a 29 year-old Pasadena woman had been driving a red, 2002 Honda Accord south on Raymond Avenue. The driver…

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