School officials evacuated the campus Thursday after receiving a bomb threat sometime before noon. School activity will resume as normal Friday.
Monterey Park consolidates services; Boston Marathon runner from San Marino safe; Chu questions study to make SGV wilderness National Recreation Area
West SGV news roundup from California Forward, South Pasadena and Glendora Patch, Pasadena Sun, and the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.
Alhambra police are asking the public to keep an eye out for home burglaries and report any suspicious activity. The advisory follows three residential burglaries last Friday.
Missing San Gabriel boy and man found; Temple City man gets probation for choking girl; South Pas resident top contender on NBC's "The Voice"
West SGV news roundup from Pasadena Star-News and South Pasadena Patch.
A small claims judge recently ruled in favor of the city, World Journal (世界日报) reports.
Burglars cut into roofs of San Gabriel Valley banks; U.S. seeks national recreation status for San Gabriel Mountains; closures on the 10 and 605
CRIME MAP: Hit and run reports went up to 30 incidents in Alhambra, a five-month record. Fraud reports continue to fluctuate, with 16 incidents in March compared to six in February.
Five lost hikers in Eaton Canyon found safe; overnight closures for 60 freeway; South Pas police want your drugs
Police are enforcing distracted driving laws as part of Distracted Driving Awareness Month. They say there are many ways to lose focus while driving, such as texting or talking on the phone.
San Gabriel councilman-elect sues city; donor gives Huntington $2 million for Chinese garden; missing 74-year-old Temple City man
News roundup: West San Gabriel Valley News from the L.A. Times, Pasadena Star-News, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, EGP News, and China Press.