Police release surveillance footage of woman suspected of stealing $1,700 from Foxy's Restaurant customer
Police on Thursday released surveillance footage of a woman who allegedly stole $1,700 in cash from another woman’s purse at Foxy’s Restaurant in Glendale.
From one end of the dugout to the other, there's a positive vibe that's helped raise the mood of the members of the Crescenta Valley High baseball team through the early stages of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs.
There was a time when postseason success was a mystery for the Flintridge Prep baseball program.
In one sense, area representation at Friday evening's CIF Southern Section Track and Field Masters Meet is small.
A key component in helping students to focus is creating a structure at home that places an emphasis on studies, yet allows enough time for extracurricular activities. Back in the days when I was growing up, there were no club sports other than Little League and that was played during the summer. Music lessons were on the weekends and other activities were generally subject to the “did you get your homework done first?” rule.
Brother Timothy Joseph, the dean of discipline, hadn’t forgotten about the shots fired over his head on the corner of Murdock and Nereid avenues in the Bronx. He was convinced that the boys who pulled the trigger were sitting in the last assembly of the 1965 graduating class of Mount Saint Michael High School. I swear, I had nothing to do with it. But it was awesome seeing him lying face down in the middle of the street.
Are you shy? Do you recoil at the thought of your name in print?
818 Roundup: CVWD to pump water underneath former sanitarium; Lambert departs LCHS for Santa Monica High
Good morning, 818! Today is Thursday, May 28, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 78 degrees and a low of 58 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
Police are investigating an attempted kidnapping that occurred in Glendale Wednesday afternoon, officials said.
For the past year, Los Angeles author Lisa See has traveled the country to share with readers the release of her latest critically acclaimed novel, “China Dolls.”