A man was shot to death and Alhambra police are investigating the circumstances of the Sunday night incident in the 600 block of South 6th Street in Alhambra. Officers arrived at the scene after receiving a 911 call about 11:15…
Alhambra resident Arlene Campa organized last week's Los Angeles Transgender and Nonconforming Rights March.
The measure, imposing campaign donation limits and changing local elections from at-large to by-district, will be on the 2020 ballot.
In preliminary results, Adele Andrade-Stadler and Katherine Lee have won their races. Ross Maza, running unopposed for the 2nd District, also won.
Plus information for the last-minute voter.
After a corporate takeover, rent hikes pushed tenants out of downtown Alhambra apartments built by a former Alhambra mayor. One of those former tenants, Bud Taylor, is now speaking out about rent control.
The ballot measure would set campaign donation limits and limit residents to voting for City Council candidates in their own district.
From now through Dec. 31, NewsMatch will match individual donations of up to $1,000 with a cap per organization of $25,000.
Did you miss the Kids and Candidates - A Community Engagement Forum earlier this month? Listen to the full candidate discussion on the Alhambra Source Podcast.
As a grassroots group tries to bring campaign finance reform to Alhambra, outside committees are spending tens of thousands of dollars on behalf of certain City Council candidates.