“It seems everybody on this Earth is used to the kids automatically being with the mom,” Albert Montoya said. But in his case, the mother was in jail, and the father wanted full custody.
Alhambra Police arrested two groups of burglars during the month of November, but overall crime is down.
150 city-owned trees destroyed, 300 damaged, 38 traffic lights went dark, 11,000 residents lost power. As of Monday afternoon 75 still without power.
“The winds that ravaged the Southland and our San Gabriel Valley have left untold misery and suffering, and the San Gabriel Valley was ground zero for this terrible event” -- Representative Judy Chu.
Help the Alhambra Source find out if trees have been cleared or not. You sent us the addresses of downed trees. Now we want to know, are they still down?
A residential burglary on Wednesday, which led to a vehicle and foot pursuit near Valley Boulevard and the 710 Freeway, was part of a recent uptick in home breakins.
A residential burglary and ensuing vehicle and foot pursuit was responsible for Wednesday’s congestion near Valley Boulevard and the 710 Freeway.
Assemblyman Mike Eng (D-Monterey Park) in collaboration with Cal American Water Companies and the San Gabriel Valley Water will host the fifth annual 49th Assembly District “Operation Gobble” turkey giveaway. The turkeys, which are donated by Cal American Water and the San Gabriel
Liya Ma found a tree frog in a box of organic spring mix salad she bought from Costco in Alhambra, reported the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.
Howards Appliance and Flat Screen Superstores will move into West Main Street, in a site that was previously designated for Circuit City next to Fresh & Easy.