San Gabriel Mayor Albert Huang was arrested Friday morning for allegedly robbing a woman and driving away at high speed with her hanging on the car.
City of Alhambra has applied for a $4.9 million loan from the Department of Housing and Urban Development for its developmental projects including expanding businesses and building a new structure on Garfield Ave.
Residents in Alhambra, San Gabriel and Rosemead report that they have been disturbed by the sound of people rummaging through their garbage the night before the arrival of trash trucks. Alhambra Mayor Stephen Sham told the World Journal that there are policies that prohibit garbage-picking but they
Owners of US Shen Zhou Int’l Inc. and Golden Dragon Int’l Corp., both located in Monterey Park, were arrested for using fake identities to remit money between China and the U.S to evade taxes. Liping Cai, an employee of US Shen Zhou Int’l Inc., reported on the crime and
The California state government recently announced a list of California cities that do not provide enough affordable homes for low-income households. Alhambra mayor Stephen Sham is confident about Alhambra's performance. According to Sham, Alhambra has spent $2.4 million over the past three
The association of Chinese-American Elected Officials (CEO) held an event in Rosemead to encourage Chinese Americans to participate in the Nov. 2 California election and explained the nine ballot propositions. Alhambra Mayor Stephen Sham expressed approval of proposition 22 which prohibits the
California Highway Patrol will be conducting an anti-distracted driving campaign from Oct. 5 to Oct. 26. Officers will write out tickets for drivers who demonstrate distracted driving behaviors including talking or texting on their cellphones, applying make-up, and eating or drinking while driving
USC Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism announced the launch of a multilingual news website in Nucleus Gallery in Alhambra on Oct. 6. The website provides news content in English, Chinese and Spanish to serve Alhambra's ethnically diverse community. Project leaders hope to use
A multilingual website that uses Chinese, English and Spanish to report news stories in Alhambra officially launched on Oct. 6. Content of the website covers local schools, politics, arts food and more. The URL is www.alhambrasource.com
USC Annenberg collaborates with the city of Alhambra to create a multilingual news website, the Alhambra Source, to serve the city's ethnically diverse community. The website's homepage is in English, but users can have the content translated into Chinese or Spanish by clicking on the