Wednesday Jul 30
Shredding the Past
The Pasadena Police Department adopted a resolution on Monday night authorizing Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez to destroy some internal affairs files and background files of candidates who were not hired.
Wednesday Jul 30
A Human Being Survived This 150-MPH 1965 Plymouth Wreck: Gallery
Human beings are incredibly resilient. Often, we get our best lessons in that fact from the dumbest and meanest among us.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Hot Rod Magazine
This 1965 Plymouth Hit a Tree at 150 MPH
Bob Mosher specializes in restoring factory lightweight Mopars, Hemi cars, Super Stock Plymouths and Ramcharger Dodges-you know, all the cool Mopar stuff.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Woman Suspected As Topless Shoplifter Surrenders To Arcadia Police
A 45-year-old woman turned herself in to Arcadia police in shoplifting in June at the Westfield Santa Anita mall .
Thu Jul 24, 2014
My Mother Lode
Cindy Ha advances in US Girls' Junior
Cindy Ha beat qualifying medalist Angel Yin 2 and 1 on Thursday at Forest Highlands to reach the U.S. Girls' Junior quarterfinals.
NBC Los Angeles
App Allows Users to Report Local Water Waste
This screenshot of the Vizsafe website shows Southern California residents' reports of water waste in their neighborhoods.
How to spot fake wine
A federal court is slated to sentence a once high-end wine seller Thursday for attempting to pass of what prosecutors characterized as more than $22 million worth of bogus bottles as rare, vintage ones.
Man wounded in Duarte stabbing
DUARTE >> A man showed up at a hospital emergency room Wednesday after he was wounded in a stabbing in Duarte, officials said.
The Fresno Bee
Wine collector set for sentencing in New York
Rudy Kurniawan, 37, was convicted in December of mail and wire fraud charges after evidence was presented to a jury that he manufactured bogus bottles of wine in his Arcadia, California, kitchen, and then peddled them as vintage wine.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Arcadia Makes List of 50 Snobby Cities
A recent study by a real estate company has ranked the city of Arcadia -- population 56,364 -- number 20 on a list of the 50 snobbiest small cities in the country.
For $15-$25 mid-day and $25-$45 at dinnertime, some of the best restaurants in the area are serving up some of their most excellent dishes for which, at any other time, you would be paying a helluva lot more! Unfortunately, as this review hits the streets, only four more days remain to splurge on all the bargains.
The Arcadia Association of Realtors' Smokin' Jack II charity cigar and whiskey tasting at Matt Denny's Ale House, 145 E. Huntington Drive, Arcadia, includes appetizers, three whiskey tastings, a drink of your choice, discounts on premium La Marca cigars and raffles from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $40 in advance or $50 at the door.
My Mother Lode
Angel Yin advances in US Girls' Junior
Qualifying medalist Angel Yin won her first-round match Wednesday in the U.S. Girls' Junior, beating Julie Luo 4 and 2 at Forest Highlands.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Whittier Daily News
Michael Feinstein and the Pasadena Pops gave beloved Gershwin music plenty of charm
But what he really is cherished for is his singing. He has made a career of performing the great songs of what's known as the Great American Songbook.
Office Vacancy Drops by 2.4%
Mark your calendar for RealShare ORANGE COUNTY on August 21 at Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Cop Embezzles $42,000 from Police Association
A former Arcadia, California, police officer pleaded no contest Friday to stealing nearly $42,000 from a police association while serving as treasurer, using the money to buy such items as cigars and motorcycle parts.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Filmmaker Pays Tribute to Seattle Pacific College Shooting Victims in Bear's Den Video 'Elysium'
When filmmaker Marcus Haney visited Seattle in June, he intended to shoot a music video for British band Bear's Den's new song "Elysium."
Fri Jul 18, 2014
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Former Arcadia police officer pleads a no contesta to embezzling from fellow officers
A former Arcadia police officer pleaded “no contest” Friday to embezzling more than $40,000 from the Arcadia Police Officers' Association to buy motorcycle parts, exercise equipment and other personal items, officials said.
Deputies Suspect Trio in ID Theft Spree Targeting Locals
Written by Editor Penny Arevalo Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies arrested three suspects in an "identity theft crew" case with alleged victims in Pasadena, Diamond Bar and Arcadia, among a number of other cities.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Arcadia Man Pleads Innocent in Fatal Chase Crash
An Arcadia man accused of leading police on a chase last month, crashing the vehicle and killing his passenger pleaded not guilty to a murder charge Thursday, July 17. Richard John Villareal Jr., 28, is accused in the death of Michael Sandoval Jr., 38, also of Arcadia.