Karin Chan is leaving her post as the assistant editor and community engagement coordinator for the Alhambra Source.
Legal advocates want undocumented people to know their rights in case of a home or workplace raid by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Former councilman Efren Moreno, on 626 Golden Streets and how Alhambra could become a bike-friendly city
Bicycle advocate Efren Moreno wants people to coexist with each other on the streets, whether they are driving, walking, or biking.
The Alhambra Source assistant editor, Karin Chan, reflects on the year of the rooster in the wake of anti-immigration policies.
Even if Obamacare is repealed, people’s healthcare insurance with Covered California would continue through the end of 2017.
Alhambra Unified board, in unanimous vote, pass "safe haven" resolution to protect undocumented students
The “safe haven” resolution affirms that all students have a right to education, “regardless of their immigration status or the status of their parents."
How Congresswoman Judy Chu is trying to protect immigrants and the AAPI community under a Donald Trump administration
Congresswoman Judy Chu, who represents Alhambra and other San Gabriel Valley cities, is fighting to protect the civil rights of those who will be targeted under a Trump administration.
Having been recently featured in Mortified, Korean-American actor Naomi Ko spoke with the Source about her titillating Harry Potter fan fiction that she wrote in middle school.
How the rights of immigrant voters in Alhambra will be protected on Election Day | 大选当日 义工协助少数族裔选民投票
Anti-immigrant rhetoric has defined this election and may cause voters to feel safer if they stay at home, but Advancing Justice urges eligible voters to turn out on Election Day.
What are the two Alhambra Unified school bond measures, totaling $259 million, on your ballot? Here's what we know
A needs assessment will be conducted for Alhambra Unified schools only after Measures AE and HS pass.