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President signs Rep. Schiff DNA bill into law

Legislation would award grants to states to implement DNA collection for felony arrestees President Barack Obama signed Rep. Adam Schiff’s (D-Burbank) legislation, the Katie Sepich Enhanced DNA Collection Act of…

Antonovich attacks Brown’s prison plan

The Governor needs to stop playing politics with prison advocates and labor unions and take responsible actions to comply with the court order in a cost-effective way without jeopardizing public…

Controller releases December cash update

State Controller John Chiang today released his monthly report covering California’s cash balance, receipts and disbursements in December 2012. After accounting for timing issues related to sales tax deposits, December’s…

LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey to speak on Glass Ceiling at CFBPW public policy conference

LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey will give the keynote address on the Glass Ceiling at the Saturday, February 9th California Federation of Business and Professional Women’s (CFBPW) Public Policy Conference…

Tribute to Ray Bradbury now on display at the Duarte Historical Museum

Tribute to Ray Bradbury now on display at the Duarte Historical Museum

He was a man who wore many hats: author, screenwriter, playwright and lecturer. But Ray Bradbury was mostly admired for his generosity and kind heart. A tribute to his life…

SoCalGas conservation tips help customers put a blanket on winter

Help customers put a blanket on winter natural gas bills, focus on savings As winter chills continue to hit the southland, Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) is offering energy and…

Lifeline for Pets Cat of the week:”Charlie”

Lifeline for Pets Cat of the week:”Charlie”

Charlie is an outgoing, wonderful boy, almost 3-yrs. old. There’s nothing he likes more than petting and tummy rubs. He loves everybody, too! He even gets along with most of…

San Gabriel Mission volunteers distribute love over the holiday

San Gabriel Mission volunteers distribute love over the holiday

San Gabriel Mission Christian Service distributed a large box filled with food and a bag of toys to 211 families or individuals for Christmas, announced Greg Quioan, director of mission’s…

Huell Howser dead at 67

Huell Howser dead at 67

Huell Howser popular host of the public-television travel show “California’s Gold,” died Sunday of natural causes, television station KCET announced Monday. The news came suddenly, only two months after Howser…

Santa Anita Family YMCA launches annual community support campaign

Funds will help make Arcadia, Duarte and Monrovia stronger communities for residents Every day, the Santa Anita Family YMCA welcomes hundreds of neighbors and is the gathering place for the…