Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Pasadena Will Release Officers Body Worn Camera Videos of Incident in Which Man’s Leg Was Broken During Arrest by Police

Pasadena City Manager Steve Mermell announced Monday night during the City Council meeting his intention to publicly release as soon as possible any video from Pasadena police officers' body-worn cameras and their vehicle taken during a November 9th incident in which a suspect’s leg was broken.

City Council Passes Resolution to End City-Run Elections, and Move to State Election Cycle

The Pasadena City Council voted unanimously Monday to adopt a resolution formally approving a plan for Pasadena to end City-run elections and comply with the California Voting Participation Rights Act, bringing the City in line with statewide election dates.

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More Daytime Ramp Closures Scheduled for I-210 Foothill Freeway Pavement Work This Week
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Hanukkah Celebrations Begin in Pasadena on Tuesday

Hanukkah Celebrations Begin in Pasadena on Tuesday

Monday, December 11, 2017 | 5:40 pm

Pasadena Service Federal Credit Union’s New CEO Brings Small Business Charm to Big Business Goals
Members of Congress, Policy Advocates Honored in Washington, D.C. by Pasadena-Based National Hispanic Media Coalition
Pasadena’s Timekettle Completes Hugely Successful Kickstarter Campaign for Its Real-Time Bi-Lingual Earphone Translator
Girls Basketball: Pasadena Ranked No. 1 in First CIF Division 3AA Poll; La Salle is Fourth in Division 3A
Panto’s ‘Beauty and the Beast – A Christmas Rose’ Opens this Week