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Good Samaritan Almost Pulled Under Car’s Wheels During Strong Arm Robbery

A young woman who was just trying to help two men in a car asking for directions Thursday was attacked and robbed and could have been pulled beneath the car’s wheels when the men sped off with her cellphone.   While the 18-year-old woman was showing a map on her cellphone, one of the two suspects attempted to take hold of the victim’s backpack and…

Pasadena Police Swear in Seven Officers

Image: Chief Phillip Sanchez via Twitter Seven new police officers for the Pasadena Police Department were sworn into office Wednesday at City Hall. City Clerk Mark Jomsky led the swearing in, with Pasadena Police Chief…

Breaking: 2 Suspicious Fires Slow Traffic on I-210 in Pasadena This Morning

Two suspicious smoky vegetation fires slowed traffic this morning on the I-210 Foothill freeway shortly before 7:00 a.m., Pasadena Fire Department spokesperson Lisa Derderian reported. One fire was reported at 6:35 a.m. near the freeway…

Juvenile Driver, Attempting to Elude Police, Smashes Stolen Car Into Tree, Injuring Three

Image: RMG [Updated] A 17-year-old boy allegedly driving a stolen car and attempting to elude police crashed into a tree at a high rate of speed about 11:30 p.m. Tuesday night, injuring himself and two…

Cancellation Notice of Today’s Economic Development & Technology Meeting

The Economic Development & Technology Meeting Scheduled for 5:30 p.m. tonight has just been Canceled. Pasadena Now just received the cancellation notice at 12:42 pm. No new meeting date has been confirmed as of yet.…

District 6 Councilmember Steve Madison Will Talk Public Safety Resources, Responses and Results at Tonight’s Town Hall

Steve Madison District 6 Councilmember Steve Madison is holding a town hall meeting set for Tuesday evening that will focus on addressing public safety issues…

L.A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger Rallies Local Leaders and Organizations to Vote Yes on Measure H

A diverse group of elected officials, faith-based leaders and homeless service providers from throughout San Gabriel Valley – led by L.A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger…

Pasadena Police Officer, Subject of Federal Investigation, Placed on Leave

A Pasadena police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after federal agents from Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) executed a search warrant at…

Judge Issues Ruling in Devil’s Gate Dam “Big Dig” Project

A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge ruled in favor of most of the County’s Flood Control District’s plan to excavate 2.4 million cubic yards of…

City Council to Residents: Get Used to Saving Water

Even though rain seems to be back on the calendar again and news stories are glowing with reports of the state’s snowpack 173 percent of average, Pasadena’s City Council is sticking with the water conservation mantra. Pasadena is now using water at its lowest rate since 1952, and the Council wants to keep it that way. “This is the way we will be using water going forward. Conservation is now the new way,” said Councilmember Margaret McAustin Monday evening as the City Council unanimously approved a staff recommendation to maintain the current city water conservation standards for water use, to…

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