In the San Gabriel Valley, a group of diverse parents have one thing in common: their children were murdered and they are waiting for the legal system to help them find who did it.
Sunny Kim received a liver transplant last year after undergoing treatment for cancer. Alhambra teams are raising funds for the 2013 Relay for Life, which raises awareness about the disease.
The 626 Night Market explained the main rules of dim sum on YouTube last week. Nasrin Aboulhosn tried dim sum two years ago for the first time.
Raising funds for Mimi: Alhambra community comes together for 24-year-old resident afflicted with rare disease
Community members have collected more than $5,000 for Mimi Alvarez, an Alhambra resident with an affliction that causes extreme sensitivity to light in 2007 and, most recently, Lyme disease.
As the U.S. Supreme Court discusses gay marriage, we talked to Alhambra writer and ELAC student Joshua Castro about why he will always incorporate gay characters into his work.
Two Alhambra High School teachers are helping make poetry more than just stiff sonnets and iambic pentameter, guiding students to read original poems aloud and compete in local poetry slams.
The United States declared war on Iraq 10 years ago. Residents tell Alhambra Source about how the war in Iraq has impacted them.
City Manager Julio Fuentes is leaving Alhambra after 20 years to be city manager of Santa Clara. He talked to us about his accomplishments, his future, and the future of Alhambra Place.
Congresswoman Judy Chu (D-El Monte) was re-elected to represent Alhambra and other cities in the San Gabriel Valley last November. Chu tells us about her plans for a new term.
Alhambra Source is inviting candidates for local offices to sit down and answer questions from staff and community members.