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  • Man Arrested for Taking 'Upskirt' Picture of 11-year old Girl

    Man Arrested for Taking 'Upskirt' Picture of 11-year old Girl
    ARCADIA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A 35-year old man has been booked on a misdemeanor charge of invading privacy by use of a camera after allegedly using a smartphone to take an "upskirt" photo of an eleven-year old girl. Aaron D. Koniak, of Encino, was...
  • Gordon falls in final

    OJAI — Corona del Mar resident Henry Gordon lost to Aidan Jiang of Ojai, 6-0, 6-1, in the boys' 14 singles final of the 111th annual Ojai Valley Junior Tournament on Saturday afternoon at Libbey Park. Gordon was the No. 3-seeded player. Earlier...
  • Falcons finish 11th at Ojai

    GLENDALE — In each of John Pehar's 14 years as coach of the Crescenta Valley High boys' golf team, the Falcons have qualified for the CIF Southern Sectional Team Divisional. This season, the Falcons struggled at times with a mix of new players....
  • SANTA ANITA OPENS

    Gayle Anderson was live in Arcadia for "SANTA ANITA PARK OPENS". Santa Anita Park will open its gates for its traditional winter/spring meeting on Sunday, December 26th. This historic racing venue first opened on December 25, 1934 and is the longest...
  • Tree-Sitting Protesters Arrested After Day-Long Standoff

    Tree-Sitting Protesters Arrested After Day-Long Standoff
    ARCADIA, Calif. ( KTLA) -- A group of nature advocates retreated from their day-long protest Wednesday evening among a grove of century-old trees and were taken into custody. The four protesters -- two men and two women -- were arrested and booked on...
  • June W. Dougherty

    June W. Dougherty, long time La Cañada Flintridge resident died Thursday, January 6 of natural causes.  She was 90.  Born August 5, 1920 in Los Angeles, June’s family moved to Arcadia in 1932 where she attended Monrovia Arcadia Duarte High School. ...
  • Thelma Lou (Moffatt) Jacques

    Thelma Lou (Moffatt) Jacques, a long time Glendale resident, died Saturday, January 22.  She was 87.  Born November 13, 1923 in Chanute, KS, she and her husband of 66 years, George Jacques, moved to Glendale in 1966.  She is survived by her husband...
  • Santa Anita Food Truck Fare

    Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Fe Springs with a preview of the "SANTA ANITA FOOD TRUCK FARE". Sample some of L.A.'s finest food trucks at the Gourmet Food Truck Festival at Santa Anita Park on Saturday, January 29th from 11 am to 4:30 pm. The FOOD...
  • SwimSpot

    SwimSpot, dubbed a "Must-Click Website" by People Style Watch, is THE online hot spot for all things swim. The e-commerce website features a selection of high-end, luxury and fashion-forward designer swimwear brands including St. John, LUXE by Lisa Vogel,...
  • Kent A. Berge

    Kent A. Berge
     Kent A. Berge of Costa Mesa, California died unexpectedly on May 31, 2011.  Born on July 21, 1931 in Glendale, California, Kent spent his early years in Arcadia, California and graduated from Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte High School.  He served in the Navy on...
  • 1pm Volvo S60 Pedestrian Detection System

    During the 1pm broadcast, Gayle was in Arcadia for the NAUGHTY VOLVO TOUR, where visitors can test drive the all-new S60 (300hp AWD T6 engine) and its PEDESTRIAN DETECTION SYSTEM. You can test drive the vehicle in Arcadia this Saturday and Sunday....
  • Playing for a good cause

    Digs trumped kills at La Cañada High girls' volleyball match against Rio Hondo League opponent South Pasadena. The Oct. 21 game was about more than just volleyball — it involved the Spartans' second annual Dig for the Cure. Leading up to the match,...