San Gabriel Valley homeless count up 36 percent; Former South El Monte councilman defends purchase of Apple products uncovered by audit

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What else happened in the West San Gabriel Valley headlines this week:

  • San Gabriel Valley homeless count up 36 percent, volunteers found a big jump in homeless veterans (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Former South El Monte councilman says Apple product purchases uncovered by state audit were legitimate (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
  • Why the Number of Bicycles on Pasadena Streets is Likely to Soar (Pasadena Now)
  • Sheriff’s Department: Security Camera Video Supports Border Agent’s Claims in Shooting Death of 15-Year-Old Pasadena Boy (Pasadena Now)
  • L.A. health officials misstated some cases of childhood lead exposure (Reuters via KDAL)
  • Here’s all the local cities that voted to support San Gabriel Mountains National Monument ahead of Trump review (PSN)
  • Children of motorcyclist killed in Pasadena sue alleged hit-and-run driver, car’s owner (City News Service via PSN)
  • Pasadena Citizens Disappointed By Trump’s Proposed Elimination Of Earthquake Early Warning System (Pasadena Independent)

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