Carlos Montes was a founder of the Brown Berets, an influential Chicano youth group. Now he heads to court for what he alleges is a nationwide crackdown from the FBI.
Tim Loc was at his home off Valley Boulevard when his grandmother started shouting: smoke was billowing down the street. He went out to explore.
More than $300,000 was taken away from the YMCA when the state cut its funding. Valarie Gomez, executive director at the YMCA, speaks on how the organization has prevailed.
In the midst of Alhambra's eerily quiet industrial section, is a motorcycle shop that specializes in custom Harley Davidsons.
Wushu martial artist Alfred Hsing left behind a career in finance to pursue his passion for the sport. Now he’s doing stunts in movies and rubbing elbows with the likes of Jackie Chan.
For four years Howeeduzzit Gallery in an industrial park in West Alhambra cultivated an eclectic and eccentric international crowd of artists. Soon it will be shutting its doors.
Regulars have been coming to Mr. Good’s on Valley Boulevard for two decades to get their fix of doughnuts and coffee. Duncan Cheng, 25, essentially grew up behind the counter.