Police responded to the call around 7 a.m. on Tuesday.
APIFM gives tips on how to keep your lungs safe from smoke this fire season.
Through Saturday, the Catholic men's organization, Knights of Columbus, is conducting public prayers for first responders of Alhambra.
A four-alarm fire burned through the mission church, destroying everything up to the altar. Six San Gabriel Valley cities helped extinguish the fire.
Alhambra Police Department gave presentations on use-of-force and showed a video of APD officers responding to a call. Residents asked questions about fireworks and the police force's ability to respond to a range of emergency calls.
Alhambra Police Department has closed a possible "food tampering" investigation after a San Marino police officer found a cutting blade in her food from an Alhambra restaurant. APD says it could happen to any business that uses chopping machines or blades.
Sam Nhat Do faces two counts of capital murder with special circumstances and one count of child abuse under circumstances likely to produce great bodily harm. He pled not guilty at his arraignment and a trial date was set.
Sam Nhat Do's arraignment on two counts of homicide with special circumstance was continued until Feb. 26. The shooting victims were the defendant's brother and sister-in-law. Their four-year-old child was with them when they were shot but was not wounded.
The two victims were pronounced dead at the scene in the 400 block of North Second Street about 7:30 on Friday night. The suspect will be arraigned Tuesday at Alhambra City Courthouse.
The 400 block of North 2nd Street in Alhambra was the scene of the apparent double homicide Friday night. A suspect is in custody.