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Wednesday is the deadline to register for the Pasadena Youth Center’s 19th annual Adelante Mujer Latina conference, a day of education- and career-focused workshops for 12- to 21-year-old girls set for May 11 at Pasadena City College. The event...
SOUTH PASADENA — It trailed by seven in the third quarter and rallied to take a lead. It pressured its opponent into five turnovers in an eight-minute period to throw its playoff foe off its rhythm. It also made just as many baskets in the quarter...
The Internet may have brought about a technological revolution in terms of information, entertainment and socializing, but it's also brought about newer temptations for people, according to a survey by Christian research organization the Barna Group....
Tags: Sociology, Ethics, LinkedIn Corp., Justice System, MySpace
Jet Propulsion Laboratory did not improperly fire a longtime staffer because he discussed his religious beliefs in the workplace, a Los Angeles judge tentatively ruled Thursday. In a case that drew national attention, David Coppedge, a former lead...
A Los Angeles judge has tentatively determined that Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge did not improperly fire a longtime employee because he espoused the theory of intelligent design in the workplace, according to the Associated Press....
Hundreds of primped and polished hopefuls descended upon the Tournament of Roses House on Orange Grove Boulevard in Pasadena on Saturday for the 2013 Rose Queen and Court tryouts. An hour before auditions were to begin, a line of excited girls wearing...
The city has won a clash over strict rules imposed on a Northwest Pasadena liquor store that officials see as a launching pad for neighborhood troubles. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge James Chalfant said Aug. 28 that the city is within its rights to...
The South Pasadena Middle School student who took home the top prize in the Los Angeles County Science Fair is headed to a prestigious national science competition in Washington, D.C. In April, Raymond Gilmartin used a homemade wind tunnel, model car...
In the uproar about making the morning-after contraceptive known as Plan B available to our daughters, there has been no similar outcry about condoms and our sons. Anyone of any age can walk into a drugstore — as well as most grocery and big-box...
A Waukegan man was arrested last week after authorities allege he stabbed his daughter's fiance nine times during a dispute last year on Chicago's Far South Side. Claude Jones, 50, hit and struck the man Nov. 8, 2012, authorities said. Then, armed with a...
After fatally shooting his unwanted houseguest in the head, Robert Charles Redd stuffed the man's body into a recycling bin and wheeled it into a room of his Pico Rivera home. When the stench of death grew too overpowering a couple of days later, Redd...
Tags: Lawyers, Defendants, Trials, Justice System, Shootings
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