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  • Where Rose Parade floats are born

    Where Rose Parade floats are born
    Millions of Americans are familiar with the Rose Parade, the storied Pasadena pageant whose flower-covered floats have dazzled viewers for more than a century. What's less known is that most of those rolling creations are produced by a trio of local...
  • Burbank, Glendale ramp up patrols as L.A.-area arsons threaten to expand

    Burbank, Glendale ramp up patrols as L.A.-area arsons threaten to expand
    Authorities across Southern California were beefing up patrols Saturday night, hoping to catch the person or persons responsible for more than 35 fires over the last two days. Los Angeles police and fire officials were trying to determine whether the...
  • Thousands turn out for 123rd annual Rose Parade

    Thousands turn out for 123rd annual Rose Parade
    Thousands gathered under clear, blue skies Monday for Pasadena’s yearly spectacle of fantastical floral floats, high-stepping marching bands and colorful equestrian units. Themed "Just Imagine," the 123rd Tournament of Roses Parade was expected...
  • Baffling letter was full of inaccuracies

    Francis Adams' letter printed on Dec. 27, “A witness to history and change in America,” may be an example of freedom of speech, but it is so loaded with inaccuracies, generalizations and contradictions, that I am baffled as to why it was...
  • California high-speed rail funding could be in jeopardy

    California high-speed rail funding could be in jeopardy
    The Legislature should not authorize the issuance of $6 billion in bonds to start building California's $98.5-billion bullet train project, a state-appointed review panel says in a key report to be released later Tuesday. The conclusion by the California...
  • Glendale-based Nestle laying off 103 Hot Pockets factory workers

    Hot Pockets aren't quite as hot as they used to be. In the wake of static sales and increased costs, food giant Nestle is laying off 103 employees — about a sixth of the workers at its plant in Chatsworth that make the microwaveable snacks. The...
  • Winds, warm temperatures to subside today

    Temperatures are expected to return to normal in Southern California after a week of windy, summer-like weather that broke some heat records. The National Weather Service lifted the red-flag warning issued Saturday for parts of Los Angeles. The...
  • Woman's club hosts authors luncheon

    Woman's club hosts authors luncheon
    A star in its Centennial year programming was the annual Authors Luncheon of the La Crescenta Woman’s Club. Held at the La CaƱada Flintridge Country Club, the Tuesday, Nov. 8 event attracted some 200 women who like to read. Authors on hand,...
  • Planners want to discard Grapevine route for rail project

    Planners want to discard Grapevine route for rail project
    Planners of California's high-speed rail project want to discard a more direct route from Los Angeles to Bakersfield over the Grapevine and continue development of a sweeping dogleg through Palmdale and Lancaster. Though the option was ruled out in 2005,...
  • Former Bell leaders complain that Randy Adams hasn't been charged

    Former Bell leaders complain that Randy Adams hasn't been charged
    Many of the former leaders of the city of Bell were back in court Tuesday, demanding that the corruption charges against them be dropped or dismissed. They are also asking why the former police chief of the city, Randy Adams, is not facing charges as...
  • Legislators seek to help cities losing redevelopment agencies

    Legislators seek to help cities losing redevelopment agencies
    Reporting from Sacramento -- As the clock ticks toward the Feb. 1 deadline to begin dissolution of California's redevelopment agencies, state lawmakers are scrambling to answer the contentious question of how the state can help cities subsidize private...
  • A Word, Please: Dogma that's worth decimating

    “Decimate” is a cool word. It’s a lot like “devastate,” but with an added flavor and a sense of history that make it feel somehow bigger. People use it accordingly. “If a company’s intellectual property is...