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More developments in the San Gabriel High School vandalism case

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News roundup for Alhambra and the San Gabriel Valley for Feb. 23, 2018:

  • Teacher urges Alhambra Unified to press charges against San Gabriel High vandals (Pasadena Star-News)
  • New vandalism photos reveal obscenities, community reacts strongly (The San Gabriel High School Matador)
  • Police pooch sniffs out AK-47, handguns, high-capacity magazines during Glendora probation sweep (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
  • Men accused of targeting women for jewelry theft in Pasadena through online marketplace (PSN)
  • Alhambra, Pasadena to host blood drives for Red Cross Month (PSN)
  • Winter weather advisory in force for San Gabriel Mountains in LA, Ventura counties (My News LA)
  • Is 710 Tunnel Dead? Maybe Not (South Pasadenan)
  • South Pasadena police are asking the city’s students for help naming their new mascot (PSN)
  • The immigrant experience takes center stage in ‘My Own Story Greatest Hits’ (Pasadena Weekly)
  • Independent journalism is a bedrock of democracy--and it's in crisis. Here at the Alhambra Source, we're committed to covering the local stories that matter most to you. We don’t have advertisers and we don’t have pay walls, but we do have bills. You read to the end of this story. That's great. But this kind of journalism will end without public support. Join us! Support the work and the democratic values it serves. Donate now!

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