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Antonovich orders report on adopting auditor’s recommendations to improve assessor’s office

A motion by Supervisors Michael D. Antonovich and Mark Ridley-Thomas directs the Chief Information Officer and the County Counsel to determine the technological and legislative changes required before the Board…

Animal rights advocate sues HBO over equine deaths during filming of ‘LUCK’ at Santa Anita

Animal rights advocate sues HBO over equine deaths during filming of ‘LUCK’ at Santa Anita

The Associated Press and other media outlets reported Thursday that an animal-rights advocate who oversaw working conditions on the canceled HBO series “Luck” has sued the network and the American…

Cheeseburger crawl as cheeseburger week celebrates America’s favorite food

Cheeseburger crawl as cheeseburger week celebrates America’s favorite food

Cheeseburger week is Jan. 13 – Jan. 18, 2013 Cheeseburger Week celebration in Pasadena is January 13-18, 2013. Everyone is invited to Pasadena to celebrate the birthplace of America’s favorite…

Rep. Chu reacts to deal avoiding the Fiscal Cliff

Congresswoman Judy Chu (CA-27) released the following statement after the House passed the Senate legislation to make tax cuts for the middle class permanent, extend critical tax credits for working…

9-1-1 caller, Oscar Carrillo, added to McDade lawsuit; has yet to be served

Attorney Caree Harper (representing Kendrec McDade’s father, Kenneth) added Oscar Carrillo to the list of defendants in the federal civil rights lawsuit filed earlier last year against the city of…

Clergy, Community Leaders, Politicians and Pasadena Residents Rally for Peace in Wake of Christmas Shootings

Clergy, Community Leaders, Politicians and Pasadena Residents Rally for Peace in Wake of Christmas Shootings

Approximately 200 plus people attended a rally outside All Saints Church on Sunday afternoon, in a unifying effort to bring peace to a community that has been torn apart by…

800 New Laws Will Go into Effect in 2013 in California

California approved a law exempting clergy members opposed to gay marriage from performing same-sex marriage ceremonies. California coaches and administrators in K-12 schools, as well as higher education employees who…

RUOK?

Education Campaign Urges Party-Goers to Choose Sober Rides The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) is providing federal funding to law enforcement agencies throughout the state for high visibility DUI…

Governor Brown Grants 79 Pardons

On the eve of Christmas, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced that he has granted 79 pardons. The individuals granted pardons all completed their sentences and have been released from…

HSI’s National Search for ‘Jane Doe’ Ends with Arrest of Florida Woman

Minor Victim Identified, Woman Faces Federal Child Pornography Charges The nationwide search for a “Jane Doe” suspected child pornographer, by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI),…