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Widespread Strong to Damaging Winds Across All of Southern California for Tuesday March 21, 2023 With Mini Bomb CycloneSouthern California Weather ForceNewsBreak Contributor
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We Get Letters: Sunshine is The Best Disinfectant
Thanks very much for your excellent article on the opening brief in the Measure H lawsuit. I’ve read your work since you were at the. Pasadena Weekly, and have always thought it is well-researched, well-written, and informative. You uncover and bring to light information that people are otherwise unaware of.
Terrifying clip of LA meteorologist collapsing on live TV goes viral
LOS ANGELES - A Los Angeles CBS meteorologist was hospitalized after fainting on air Saturday in a terrifying moment that has gone viral on social media. Weatherwoman Alissa Carlson Schwartz stunned viewers when she collapsed on live TV after her KCAL co-anchors cut to her for the weather report on rain in L.A. this week during the 7:00 a.m. hour.
Which Los Angeles neighborhoods are safest? See the latest trends in the LA crime rates
Is LA crime rising? Where are theft reports highest? If you live in the city or plan to visit, you need to check our searchable database.
Frozen organic strawberries recalled due to Hepatitis A virus investigation
FRESNO, Calif. (KMPH) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is sounding the alarm on frozen organic strawberries. According to the FDA, this is due to a Hepatitis A virus outbreak investigation. This prompted California Splendor, Inc. and Scenic Fruit Company to recall the fruit that is sold at various retailers, under multiple brands.
What Is Happening at PCC?
Last Wednesday night, at a regular Pasadena City College Board of Trustees meeting, a “letter of concern” was delivered to the Trustees by approximately 38 members of the PCC Management Association (MA). Their concern is about the “state of the current Board of Trustees” and the future of Pasadena City College.
Planning Director Recommends Landmark Designation for Pasadena Home
Pasadena’s Historic Preservation Commission is set to consider designating a local residence as a landmark on the recommendation of Planning and Community Development Dept. Director Jennifer Paige when the Commission meets on Tuesday, March 21. The home is an example of the Dutch Colonial Revival style, which was popularized...
School District to Provide Update on Measure I Spending
The Pasadena Unified School District will provide an update on the district’s overall fiscal outlook including a report on the use of Measure I funds. In 2018, Voters overwhelmingly passed Measure I, a three-quarter cent sales tax increase in November, and Measure J, an advisory measure, allocating one-third of that money — $7 million annually — be used to help the beleaguered school district.
Seasoned Museum Executive Jennifer Caballero Appointed Executive Director of Pasadena-Based California Association of Museums
Jennifer Caballero has been selected as the new Executive Director of the Pasadena-based California Association of Museums (CAM), according to an announcement made by the Association earlier this month. Caballero, who assumed the position on February 17, 2023, was chosen following an executive search process led by Arts Consulting Group.
Public Health? Who Knows? Public Comments? Absolutely Not!
The public may not be able to comment on any Los Angeles Department of Public Health social media site, but they can find an herbal remedy that claims to cure herpes, AIDS, cancer, and warts – all in one bottle!. Ironically, the remedy does not claim to cure or...
4 killed in wrong-way crash on Southern California freeway
CHINO HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Four people were killed early Sunday in a wrong-way collision involving several vehicles on a freeway east of Los Angeles, authorities said. The crash occurred around 2:30 a.m. in southbound lanes of State Route 71 in Chino Hills after several people called 911 to report a car traveling the wrong direction, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Los Angeles man busted with 4 pounds of meth, over a pound of fentanyl, counterfeit oxycodone and cash
A 57-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested after a lengthy investigation revealed that he was a supplier of fentanyl and methamphetamine to residents of Ventura and L.A. counties, authorities announced last week. The investigation, according to a news release from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, found that the suspect, identified as Kevin Mulvihill, was […]
Widespread Strong to Damaging Winds Across All of Southern California for Tuesday March 21, 2023 With Mini Bomb Cyclone
As stated in the previous update, this system will have widespread gusty and damaging winds across the entire Southern California Weather Force jurisdiction and this is the update to it, including the Raiden Storm Wind Intensity Maps for Tuesday March 21st, 2023. It is urged that if you are in a level 4 or higher on the coming maps to know you are within an area that power poles/lines and trees can come down, which increases erosion and mud/landslide danger so read on for details …
The San Rafael Neighborhood Association Wants to Improve Safety at 134 Onramp
The San Rafael Neighborhood Association (SRNA) has suggested three traffic mitigation options to Caltrans in response to work on the 134 freeway. Earlier this month, Caltrans presented a SR 134 Bridge Barrier Project update at Councilmember Madison’s town hall meeting. Work on the project has been ongoing since January.
Some Lanes of I-10 Fwy in San Gabriel Reopen After Death on Pedestrian Bridge
SAN GABRIEL - Freeway traffic continues to be hampered on the west I-10 freeway after a person reportedly hung themselves from a pedestrian bridge Sunday. First responders were called to the pedestrian bridge east of New Avenue just before 11 a.m. Sunday, March 19. Firefighters reported a body hanging from the bridge and within minutes stated the operation would be a body retrieval, according to San Gabriel Fire Department radio traffic.
California freeway shuts down due to sinkhole
GLENDALE, Calif. (CBS, KYMA/KECY) - The California Highway Patrol issued a SigAlert shutting down all southbound lanes of the Southbound 5 Freeway just north of Western Avenue in Glendale because chunks of concrete are falling from a sinkhole on the overpass onto the freeway. The falling concrete was reported at...
Police Association Plans to Award $6,000 in Scholarships to Local High Schoolers This Year
The nonprofit Pasadena Police Officers’ Association announced that it will be awarding $6,000 in scholarships to graduating high school seniors in the Pasadena community this year. The Association plans to award two $2,000 scholarship grants and two $1,000 scholarship grants to eligible students who meet the application criteria. The...
Pasadena High School Senior Becomes First-Ever Sri Lankan American Division 1 College Quarterback
Indiana Wijay, a senior at Pasadena High School, is making history as he prepares to take on a new challenge at the University of Houston. He’s set to become the first Sri Lankan American Division 1 quarterback.. “It’s very exciting, representing a community that doesn’t get enough recognition, and...
Council, PUSD to Discuss Job Training Program
At a joint meeting scheduled for Monday between the City Council and the Pasadena Unified School District, the two sides will discuss a pilot program that would provide job training for local residents as Pasadena begins to reenvision itself. The Career Technical Education CTE Pilot Program and Partnership would train...
Authorities ID man shot to death by family member
PALMS, Calif. – The coroner’s office Saturday released the name of the man allegedly shot to death in the Palms area by a relative who was taken into custody. Jeffrey Faiz was a 61-year-old Los Angeles resident, the coroner’s office reported. The shooting was reported about 8:35...
Overnight Checkpoint in El Monte Nets Six Arrests, One Citation
An overnight driver’s license/sobriety checkpoint in South El Monte netted six arrests and one citation, authorities said Saturday. The six arrests were for: driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of marijuana, driving without a license and a no bail warrant, driving on a suspended license, driving without an ignition interlock device installed on the vehicle, and driving on a suspended license from a prior DUI conviction, the Sheriff’s Information Bureau reported.
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