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  • Peeping Tom targets 15-year-old girl in South Pasadena

    Peeping Tom targets 15-year-old girl in South Pasadena
  • Police Arrest San Gabriel Follow-Home Robber

    Police Arrest San Gabriel Follow-Home Robber
    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...
  • Spartans just can't dig out

    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 Caņada High boys' volleyball team went into a fifth game against South Pasadena, after pulling out...
  • Hoover out at home

    NORTHWEST GLENDALE — The final out of Monday afternoon's nonleague contest between host Hoover High and visiting South Pasadena didn't come without controversy. With the Tornadoes having already scored once in the seventh, Kevin Mendoza stepped up...
  • Lawnmower Exchange

    There are 8 events scheduled throughout the AQMD's 4-county jurisdiction: Palm Desert (May 7); Long Beach (May 14); Inglewood (May 21); Riverside (June 4); Pasadena (June 11); Rancho Cucamonga (June 18); Northridge (July 9) and Anaheim (July 23)....
  • La Caņada gets league win

    La Cañada gets league win
    The ball hasn't been bouncing in the La Caņada High baseball team's favor much this season. So when Anthony Mizrahi turned on an inside curveball during a home game against Rio Hondo League opponent San Marino, Spartans Coach Dennis Ballard feared the...
  • Danuns leads Spartan singles

    Things didn't start out well for the La Caņada High boys' tennis team in its home match against Rio Hondo League rival South Pasadena Friday. The Spartans were playing without their regular No. 1 singles player, Joshua Kim, who was out with an injury,...
  • Celebrity Scoop: Alison Brie

    Alison Brie couldn't be happier that her tightly wound character, Annie Edison, gets to cut loose in the two-part season finale of "Community," which concludes Thursday, May 12, on NBC. The actress admits, though, that the epic campus paintball war that's...
  • Long resigns as Hoover coach

    Long resigns as Hoover coach
    GLENDALE — For three seasons, Chris Long took on the task of turning the Hoover High football team in the right direction. But on Monday afternoon, Long resigned from his position after failing to obtain the credentials necessary to remain as an...
  • Talent in the long run

    When La Caņada High's cross-country teams train, they see that South Pasadena, their strongest competition in Rio Hondo League, is never far behind. Both teams cross into each other's territory, as the Spartans take the Arroyo Seco into Pasadena and...
  • Hoover hurt by slow start

    SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — Losing games in the first quarter is becoming a troubling habit for the Hoover High football team. While the Tornadoes were hardly perfect over the final three periods against South Pasadena at Moyse Field on Thursday night,...
  • Sounding Off: Looking for people who act justly

    This day and age it is easy to make corporate America the scapegoat for all our problems. One does not have to look far to see examples of greed and misuse of power. Every once in a while, though, you come across a shining star in the darkness. Meeting...