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Kathryn Barger Takes Early Lead in 5th District Race

Kathryn Barger Takes Early Lead in 5th District Race

    Darrell Park Comes in Second Place By Terry Miller Michael Antonovich’s supervisorial seat may soon be transferred over to his former chief of staff, Kathryn Barger, who took…

Yulin, China: Dog Meat Festival to Go Ahead Despite Worldwide Outrage

Yulin, China: Dog Meat Festival to Go Ahead Despite Worldwide Outrage

      By Terry Miller A friend of mine recently alerted me to what has to be one of the most cruel and inhumane events I have ever heard…

Republican Candidates for Supervisor Endorse Donald Trump With Silence

Republican Candidates for Supervisor Endorse Donald Trump With Silence

    Last Thursday, May 26, at a live recording of a debate for KPCC’s “AirTalk,” host Larry Mantle asked all five Republican candidates for Los Angeles County’s 5th Supervisorial…

Shooting at UCLA Kills Two

Shooting at UCLA Kills Two

    The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus is in lockdown after a shooting, reported Wednesday morning, June 1. NBC News reported two dead referring to law enforcement…

Possible Millionaire Tax on Ballot to Combat Homelessness

Possible Millionaire Tax on Ballot to Combat Homelessness

      By Annette Semerdjian The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will pursue a ballot to tax millionaires in order to fund programs that help the city’s growing…

Monthly Feature: Our Forgotten ‘States’

Monthly Feature: Our Forgotten ‘States’

    By Roshan Perera Asian Pacific American Heritage month is coming to a close. When most of us think of “Asian-Americans,” we imagine someone who has come from China,…

Temple Station Wants You to Volunteer

Temple Station Wants You to Volunteer

Are you retired? Need a new Challenge? Temple Sheriff’s Station is currently accepting applications for our “Volunteer on Patrol (VOP) program. VOP’s are residents of the communities they patrol and…

The New ‘Chinatown’

The New ‘Chinatown’

      By Roshan Perera The name Chinatown conjures up images of pagoda style roofs, Fu Dogs or dragon statues, and bright, vibrant colored buildings lined with paper lanterns.…

Opinion: Partisan Politics Prolific at Pasadena Pulpit

Opinion: Partisan Politics Prolific at Pasadena Pulpit

    Whatever Happened to Separation of Church and State? By Terry Miller The 5th District supervisorial race is hotly contested and there is big money is backing some of…

Planned Immigrant Deportation Raids Raise Ire of Local Congresswoman

Planned Immigrant Deportation Raids Raise Ire of Local Congresswoman

    On Thursday, May 12, Reuters reported the Obama Administration intends to launch a nationwide 30-day “surge” of new immigration deportation raids, targeting hundreds of families and young adults through…