| Jan 22, 2010
| 2:17 PM
SOUTH PASADENA -- MTA Gold Line train service was halted Friday morning after a tree fell onto overhead power lines, blocking the tracks in South Pasadena, authorities said.
The tree fell around 4 a.m. between the Sierra Madre Villa station and the...
| Feb 9, 2010
| 4:21 PM
The lead paragraph of The Times' Feb. 7 article, "A shifting canvas in Pasadena," states that the "city has carried out a tradition of giving back in the form of art." As the founder and artistic director of the defunct Pasadena Shakespeare Company, which...
| Feb 22, 2010
| 9:01 PM
We could soon find out if the Los Angeles County District Attorney will file charges against any of the people involved the party where Aydin Salek likely drank a fatal amount of alcohol. Charges could be filed against anyone who provided alcohol or...
| Feb 25, 2010
| 4:51 PM
LOS ANGELES -- Lawmakers in California will have to watch their language next week because it's been officially deemed "Cuss Free Week."
The Assembly passed a resolution Thursday, which must be approved by the Senate, forcing lawmakers to swear off swear...
| Jun 3, 2010
Opponents of the proposed underground tunnel extension of the Long Beach (710) Freeway are weighing their options after the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority voted on May 27 to initiate a major environmental study of the project....
| Feb 26, 2010
Sieg Lindstrom, the last proprietor of Fowler Brothers, a storied bookstore and stationery shop co-founded by his grandfather in 1888 in downtown Los Angeles, has died. He was 82.
Lindstrom died Feb. 11 at Foothill Presbyterian Hospital in Glendora of...
| Apr 3, 2011
A. Alan Post, the longtime legislative analyst who watched over the budgets of California governors from Earl Warren to Jerry Brown, has died. He was 96.
Post, who also was a well-regarded artist, died March 26 of natural causes at his home in...
| Apr 7, 2011
Brian Loring has a self-proclaimed obsession with Pinot Noir. From a workaday facility in Lompoc on the Central Coast, he makes half a dozen single-vineyard Pinot Noirs. This one, though, is a mixture of several vineyard lots and is a great argument...
| Apr 8, 2011
Ten years ago, Elizabeth Schneider, the doyenne of produce writers, called for "a cucumber revolution" in her definitive book, "Vegetables From Amaranth to Zucchini". Denouncing the standard American slicing varieties, she implored, "Refuse to buy pumped-...
| Apr 20, 2011
| 6:12 PM
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY (KTLA) -- Police have arrested a man accused of following women home late at night and stealing their valuables, authorities confirmed Wednesday.
Jose Avila, 29, has been linked to at least 15 robberies reported in Alhambra, San...
| Apr 12, 2011
Daniel Catán, an opera composer and librettist whose works including "Il Postino" and "Florencia en el Amazonas" have been praised for their lyrical romanticism and humane generosity of spirit, died suddenly Saturday in Austin, Texas. He was 62.
| Apr 13, 2011
| 11:36 AM
When it comes to five-game matches, Coach David Woo's teams usually walk out of the gym with a win.
It was a different story Tuesday, though, as the La Cañada High boys' volleyball team went into a fifth game against South Pasadena, after pulling out...