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  • Santa Anita Derby

         Gayle Anderson was live at the Santa Anita Race Track with a preview of the SATURDAY, APRIL 4TH SANTA ANITA DERBY. The $750,000.00 SANTA ANITA DERBY is the last major California stakes for three year olds heading to the KENTUCKY DERBY. The first race...
  • Search Resumes For Missing Fort Lewis Soldier, Officials Say Alcohol Involved But All Were Under The Legal Limit

    Search Resumes For Missing Fort Lewis Soldier, Officials Say Alcohol Involved But All Were Under The Legal Limit
    An intensive search for a missing soldier in the Fort Lewis 4th Stryker Brigade continued today in and around the Nisqually River in Thurston County. Army officials have identified the man as 24-year-old Private First Class Robert Lang Wheatley, Jr.,...
  • 'Hay palabras que oí que jamás podré repetir, a nadie, no sé por qué...'

    'Hay palabras que oí que jamás podré repetir, a nadie, no sé por qué...'
    Este lunes se celebrará Memorial Day (Día de Recordación), en tributo a los soldados caídos en las guerras que ha estado involucrado Estados Unidos a través de su historia. En esa fecha, las familias de militares recuerdan la última comunicación...
  • Local home sales drop from July to August

    Local home sales drop from July to August
    Home sales in San Diego County increased by 0.1 percent in August, compared with the same period a year ago, but were down 13.4 percent from the previous month, according to figures released today. The median price of an existing single-family home in...
  • HOME AND KITCHEN DESIGN TOUR

    Gayle Anderson was live in Pasadena for a preview of the PASADENA ASID 23rd ANNUAL HOME & KITCHEN TOUR. On Sunday, October 4th you can visit five unique homes throughout Pasadena and Arcadia and meet the designers, see the trends, get ideas, shop, and...
  • November 13-15: The Clay Festival

    The American Ceramic Society-Design Chapter hosts a Clay Festival on November 13-15, 2009 at the Los Angeles County Arboretum's Ayres Hall, 3001 N. Baldwin Avenue, Arcadia. Open to the general public, the festival begins with a reception on Friday from...
  • United Commercial Bank Seized by Government

    United Commercial Bank Seized by Government
    LOS ANGELES -- United Commercial Bank, which had 13 branches locally in Los Angeles County and three in Orange County, has failed and was seized by government regulators. The bank's branches will reopen Saturday under the new control of East West Bank....
  • Fort Lewis Officials Confirm Body Found In Nisqually River Is Missing Fort Lewis Soldier

    Fort Lewis Officials Confirm Body Found In Nisqually River Is Missing Fort Lewis Soldier
    UPDATE As of June 4, 2009: Fort Lewis have confirmed the body found in the Nisqually River is a Fort Lewis soldier The body of Private First Class Robert Lang Wheatley, Jr., of Arcadia, Calif., was recovered Tuesday by members of the Thurston County dive...
  • El Dorado Golden Hawks Band and Color Guard

    245 total, 4 leaders, 1 drum majors, 80 brass, 26 percussion, 94 woodwinds, 9 banner carriers, 36 color guard. Marching Band and Color Guard Wind Ensemble Symphonic Band Concert Band Symphonic Orchestra String Orchestra Varsity Winter Guard Junior...
  • Body of Missing 81-year-old Arcadia Man Found in Big Bear

    Body of Missing 81-year-old Arcadia Man Found in Big Bear
    ARCADIA -- An 81-year-old man last seen outside his Arcadia home on New Year's Eve was found dead today in San Bernardino County, police said. The body of Julius Tinsley was discovered along Highway 18 about 300 feet down an embankment. California...
  • This season's 'it' tree

    E.H. Wilson, renowned plant hunter of the early 1900s, said Southern California grew a greater variety of plants than any other place in the United States, but even so, our region "possessed but one-half of one percent of the number it might have."...
  • Where roots run deep

    If the wealth of a city can be measured by its urban forest, then Los Angeles is rich with countless arboreal gems. One treasure lies just north of downtown, unnoticed by thousands who pass by it each day on their way to work or a Dodgers game: the...