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  • Mountain roads set to reopen Thursday afternoon

     
    Three Angeles National Forest roads closed last weekend in anticipation of flooding, debris and rock slides from storms lashing Southern California were minimally damaged and will reopen Thursday afternoon, officials said. Angeles Forest Highway...
  • L.A. rainfall breaking all kinds of records -- except one

     
    The last time Los Angeles had a December as wet as 2010’s, a man driving across East Colorado Street in Pasadena lost his ride. That is, when his team of horses got swept up by a flood. It was 1889,......
  • Record rains leave hillsides perilously soaked

     
    The wettest December since 1889 has left hillside areas across Southern California dangerously saturated with rain, bringing a heightened risk of landslides and more flooding in the next few months. More than 14 inches of rain has fallen in some......
  • Boys' basketball: John R. Wooden Awards announced

     
    Seven Southland players have been named winners of the John R. Wooden High School Player of the Year Award. They are Long Beach Poly's Ryan Anderson (Division I), Anaheim Canyon's Chris Anderson (Division II), North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake's Damiene...
  • On Location: State film tax credits are saving grace for 'Amish' TV movie

     
    Veteran producer and talent manager Larry Thompson was captivated by the true story of the Amish community in Nickel Mines, Pa., that somehow managed to forgive a gunman who killed five girls in a 2006 schoolhouse shooting. Thompson believed the......
  • Bear sightings prompt concerns in La Canada Flintridge

     
    Assemblyman Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) on Friday announced that he would convene a public panel to discuss wildlife safety measures after several bear sightings in the foothills. A California black bear reportedly ate four backyard...
  • Angeles Crest Highway could reopen this spring after nearly 2-year closure

     
    State transportation officials said they expect to reopen Angeles Crest Highway later this spring after they finish rebuilding large washouts, including a 200-foot-deep gorge 2.5 miles east of La Cañada Flintridge. The California Department of...
  • Ticket pic of the week: From California to Mars, another rover's long journey

     
    New Mars Rover Curiosity has left California for Florida, where it will launch to Mars around Thanksgiving this year and arrive on the red planet before Labor Day next year....
  • City celebrates Fiesta Days

    City celebrates Fiesta Days
    Applauding both community and country, thousands gathered in La Cañada Flintridge over Memorial Day weekend to paint the town red, white and blue during its 38th annual Fiesta Days celebration. Four days of family-friendly events organized by La Cañada...
  • Chamber chooses internship program finalists

    Ten La Cañada High School students have been chosen as finalists for the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural summer internship program, Chamber Board Chairman Joel Peterson announced Sunday during Fiesta Days celebrations at...
  • What condition our condition is in

    The hole in California's pocket topped concerns discussed Monday by Democrat state Assemblyman Anthony Portantino during his annual State of the State address to the La Canada Flintridge City Council, but he also found positive news to report. Near the...
  • In Theory: Can people be possessed?

    In Theory Question: A group of Catholic bishops gathered in Baltimore last week to examine what scripture and canon law have to say about exorcism. According to CNN's Belief Blog, bishops will look at what the Bible says, "paying careful attention to...