Dr. Laurel Bear, director of Student Services and Gateway to Success at AUSD, shared what parents can do to help decrease the chances of their children being victims.
Parents and family members of AHS students were shocked and frightened after a woman posted a video Friday accusing an assistant principal of sexual abuse.
Alhambra police, in partnership with Alhambra Source, announced Monday that it is now using the Chinese-language microblogging site in outreach effort to immigrant community.
We caught up with Stephen Chavez and his fiancé Art Rodriguez, who took some time from preparing for their Saturday wedding to talk to us about being featured on Alhambra Source.
We headed to the streets to talk to Alhambra residents about walking in the city. Some said they felt safe as a pedestrian, while others said Alhambra is dangerous for those on their feet.
We organized a scholarship with San Gabriel Valley real estate developers Sam and Jackie Wong that asked students to explore their roots. The results were astounding.
When Alhambra resident Alan Ashley's 6-year-old daughter died from cancer, he decided to start teaching his community how to live healthier.
Alhambra readers and residents tell us how they feel about cities requiring their businesses to post signs in a "modern Latin" alphabet.
Researchers from USC Annenberg have shown that participation in community events and local organizations increases residents' levels of civic engagement and belonging.
A gay Alhambra resident talks to Alhambra Source about his joy and disappointment over the Supreme Court's gay marriage rulings and what Alhambra can do to make gay citizens feel safer.