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A Los Angeles man was killed Friday night in Pasadena when a car struck him on Colorado Boulevard, authorities said. The man was walking on Colorado Boulevard between Greenwood Avenue and Berkeley Avenue when he was hit by a car after attempting to...
Ferraris will rule Old Town Pasadena on Sunday, and they will require a bridge closure. The Colorado Boulevard overpass between St. John and Pasadena avenues from 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday as part of the 2013 Concorso Ferrari in Old Pasadena,...
Hoping to take hundreds of guns out of circulation following a violent start to the year that involved several deadly shooting incidents, Pasadena on Saturday will host a gun buyback event, offering gift cards of up to $200 in exchange for a range of...
Two local congressional representatives have introduced legislation that would lower the threshold for medium-sized cities to qualify for federal disaster assistance – a benchmark Pasadena was unable to meet despite the devastation that occurred...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents, FEMA
A 17-year-old boy and a 25-year-old man avoided being hurt by gunfire Friday evening in Pasadena where a motorist pulled up next to them and began shooting, police said. The Pasadena pair were walking about 6:02 p.m. near Raymond Avenue and Orange Grove...
Three Caltech professors, including one famous for “killing” Pluto, were named Tuesday to the National Academy of Sciences. They included Caltech astronomer Mike Brown, geochemistry professor Ken Farley and chemical engineering professor...
Rep. Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park) wants the American Sikh community to have their interests represented in Congress, so she launched a new, bipartisan, American-Sikh Congressional caucus on Wednesday. Chu is co-chairing the new caucus with Rep. David...
This post has been updated. See note below. If a meteor was heading toward California, would residents have any warning? It all depends on the size of the space rock and the time of day. At night, astronomers can see an object hurtling toward...
The meteor that created a shock wave when it entered Earth’s atmosphere early Friday is not connected to the asteroid that is slated to pass by the planet today, according to scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Hundreds of people...
Caltech professor Frances Arnold was recognized Friday as a winner of a top technology award given by President Obama. Arnold, whose work focuses on "directed evolution" and green fuel, was one of 11 recipients of the National Medal of Technology and...
The winning design for a public memorial in Pasadena commemorating the Armenian genocide was announced Tuesday. The design by Catherine Menard – a student at the Art Center College of Design, which submitted the concept to the Pasadena Armenian...
Tags: Massacres, Genocide, Arts and Culture, Hate Crimes, Architecture
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