Crime / December 12, 2019 Pasadena Man Pleads to 2016 Death of Motorcyclist

A 23-year-old man pleaded no contest Friday in the 2016 hit-and-run death of a motorcyclist in Pasadena, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced. Donte Antoine Fox of Pasadena entered the plea in case GA103792 to one felony count of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence. He also admitted to an allegation that he fled...

News / December 12, 2019 Pasadena Fire and Police Departments Issue Rose Parade Safety Tips

As the 131st Rose Parade presented by Honda approaches on Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020, Pasadena’s Fire and Police Departments are issuing the following safety tips for the thousands of overnight campers who will line the route on New Year’s Eve. The parade route will be a safer place if everyone follows these rules and regulations:...

News / December 10, 2019 Students Maintain Momentum With Another Climate Strike in Pasadena

By Alex Cordero As world leaders met in Madrid for the United Nations conference to discuss the Paris Climate Change Agreement, students and local residents took part in a climate strike last Friday at Pasadena City Hall. The climate strike was organized by students from Sequoyah High School. Ozzy Simpson, co-president of Sequoyah’s student council...

News / December 5, 2019 Pasadena Fire Urban Rescue Responds to Traffic Collision with Severe Bodily Injuries on 210 in Pasadena

    Pasadena Fire Urban Rescue  Responds to Traffic Collision with Severe Bodily Injuries on 210 in Pasadena Two vehicles collided with each other on a rain slicked freeway Thursday morning around 8am. The collision occurred on the westbound 210 freeway at the Lincoln off ramp this morning. Pasadena personnel including the Pasadena Urban Search...

News / December 5, 2019 Tis the Season for Holiday Scams – Pasadena Water & Power Wants to Inform You

Due to an increase in fraudulent calls, Pasadena Water and Power (PWP) want to advise you to be especially vigilant about scam calls demanding payment for your utility bill. PWP will never call customers asking them to make payment over the phone. If you receive one of these calls, be advised that scammers are attempting...

Crime / December 4, 2019 Pasadena Crime Blotters: Nov. 1 – Nov. 30

Nov. 1 Nov. 1, 6:21 p.m.: Officers responded to the area of Lincoln Ave and Orange Grove Blvd. regarding a fire. PFD responded and extinguished the fire. The damage consisted of five city oak trees on Orange Grove north of Cypress, three palm trees located on the corner of Orange Grove/Cypress and shrubbery against a...

Crime / November 27, 2019 LASD Is Asking for Public’s Help in Locating Missing Person Cassandra Cisneros of Pasadena

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Missing Persons Unit detectives are asking for the public’s help locating missing person Cassandra Cisneros. She is an 18 year-old female Hispanic who was last seen Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. leaving a facility located on the 100 block of W. California, Pasadena. Cisneros is 5’07” tall, 180lbs, brown straight...

News / November 27, 2019 Students In Pasadena Prepare For The Next Climate Strike On Dec. 6

By Alex Cordero Students in Pasadena are will raise awareness of the dangers to our environment and demand local city officials support a local Green New Deal (GND) by participating in a climate strike with local activists on Friday, Dec. 6 at Pasadena City Hall. Pasadena students will not be alone in demanding change to...

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Pasadena Crime Blotters: Oct. 1 – Oct. 29
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Pasadena Crime Blotters: Oct. 1 – Oct. 29

Oct. 1 At 2:57 p.m. officers responded to the area of Lake Avenue and Mountain Street on the report of a fight, possibly involving members of a local gang. During the fight, one of the suspects swung a collapsible-baton at the victim, but did not make contact. Officers arrived quickly and took four suspects into…

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Pasadena Tenants Union Victorious in City Hall

By Terry Miller A coalition of tenants’ rights advocates held a press conference in support of an immediate rent freeze and moratorium on no-fault evictions Monday night on the steps of Pasadena City Hall in preparation for an exceptionally long night at Monday’s regular council meeting. The City Council put this issue on Monday’s regular…

Fuller Seminary Will Remain in Pasadena
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Fuller Seminary Will Remain in Pasadena

But what will this mean to the future of Fuller? By Alex Cordero  The Board of Trustees at Fuller Theological Seminary unanimously voted not to relocate to the city of Pomona and to continue the future of Fuller in Pasadena. Mark Labberton, Clifford L. Penner Presidential Chair, made a formal announcement  of the board’s decision:…

Pasadena Eviction Ordinance Adoption to Be Heard Monday
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Pasadena Eviction Ordinance Adoption to Be Heard Monday

Potential second reading to be held on Tuesday In response to a recent surge of eviction notices and threats of eviction in the city ahead of State law protections, the City Council, at its regular meeting of Nov. 4, 2019, will consider action on the Tenant Protection Act Temporary Adoption Ordinance. Should the City Council…

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