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  • Students hopeful after deportation rule shift

    Students hopeful after deportation rule shift
    A Glendale Community College counselor who works extensively with undocumented students said he welcomes the spirit of a recent executive order freezing the deportation of some young illegal immigrants, but added that it will have limited effect on their ability to achieve legal residency and get career-track jobs.
  • History teachers confront Armenian genocide

    History teachers confront Armenian genocide
    While students take a break from their studies, local history teachers are using the summer holiday to brush up on a particularly relevant chapter in history. Working in conjunction with Facing History and Ourselves, an international education...

    Northridge shooting victims identified as suspects await extradition

    The names of the four people found shot to death outside a Northridge home early Sunday were released Thursday by authorities. Los Angeles County coroner's officials identified the victims as Amanda Ghossein, 24, of Monterey Park; Jennifer Kim, 26, of...

    We need extradition treaty with Armenia

    Regarding the Oct. 14 stories "FBI raid nets 15 accused in $100M Medicare case" and "Developer accused of financial fraud": It was reported on the same day these breaking stories were published in the Glendale News-Press that Mexican authorities had...

    Car burglaries drop

    SOUTH GLENDALE — Vehicle burglaries have dropped sharply in the past week following the June 26 arrests of two burglary suspects, police said. The number of thefts have dropped about 80% — from 35 to seven — since Glendale police...