Month: June 2013

admin June 24, 2013

Glendale Water & Power (GWP) mailed the 2013 Water Quality Report to all customers. This report contains important information on the monitoring and maintenance of Glendale’s water quality during 2012. The 2013 Water Quality Report assures our community their water continues to meet and exceed requirements set by state and federal safety standards,” stated Ramon […]

admin June 24, 2013

Actor Edward Furlong was charged today with assaulting his girlfriend and threatening her if she called police, the District Attorney’s Office announced. Furlong, 35, was arraigned at the Los Angeles Superior Court, Airport Branch, and pleaded not guilty in case SA084407, said Deputy District Attorney Linda Loftfield. He was being held on $100,000 bail. Furlong, […]

admin June 24, 2013

It has been a long time coming: The gates are now latched full-time at both entrances to the Red/Purple Line at Union Station. In order to get through the gates, all patrons need to have a TAP card – either the plastic kind or the paper tickets that are TAP enabled. In order to help […]

admin June 24, 2013

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), a senior Member of the Intelligence Committee, issued the following statement in response to published reports that the U.S. may provide weapons to the Syrian opposition: “What began as an expression of the legitimate aspiration of the Syrian people for better governance has now become a sectarian civil war in which […]

admin June 24, 2013

Federal judges on Thursday ordered California Gov. Brown to directly begin releasing inmates from the state’s over-crowded prisons. Governor Brown reacted swiftly and decisively saying: “The state will seek an immediate stay of this unprecedented order to release almost 10,000 inmates by the end of this year.” The order was signed by U.S. District Judges […]

admin June 24, 2013

  Lassen Volcanic National Park is home to smoking fumaroles (steam and volcanic-gas vents), mud pots, boiling pools, lush meadows, streams, crystal clear lakes, and towering volcanoes. It is also home to Drakesbad Guest Ranch, a 110-yr-old mountain hideaway, where a friend and I recently spent a couple rustic nights in a bungalow below the […]

admin June 20, 2013

  Federal judges on Thursday ordered California Gov. Brown to directly begin releasing inmates from the state’s over-crowded prisons. Governor Brown reacted swiftly and decisively saying: “The state will seek an immediate stay of this unprecedented order to release almost 10,000 inmates by the end of this year.” The order was signed by U.S. District […]

admin June 5, 2013

Following a recent story published by Beacon Media about 11 year old Gabriella Pontrelli’s school assignment that earned her a Dog Haus cheeseburger named after her, comes news that “The Gabster” is a contender in the 2013 Los Angeles Times Battle of the Burgers competition. Voting takes place now through June 10 at https://www.facebook.com/latimesfood/app_367716780015829. A […]

admin June 5, 2013

Teenage subjects trapped, seriously injured in Arcadia At 11:39 p.m., Friday Engine 106, Rescue Ambulance 106, and Battalion 105, along with units from Monrovia and Pasadena Fire Departments, responded to a traffic collision with persons trapped at North Baldwin Avenue and Harvard Drive. Fire crews arrived to find a vehicle that had been traveling at […]

admin June 5, 2013

Detectives seek the public’s assistance in identifying the “midnight bandit” suspected of 58 robberies in the southern California area. On Monday, June 3, 2013 Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Major Crimes Bureau Detectives, held a press conference to seek the public’s assistance in identifying a robbery suspect nicknamed the “Midnight Bandit.” The “Midnight Bandit” has targeted […]