Covina is among a handful of local cities to recently install automated license plate readers as a tool to solve grand theft auto cases and other crimes where the identification of license plates and other vehicle features is key.
Tag Archives | azusa
Julia Bogany, a member of the Tongva Tribe, told stories of her ancestors who contributed to the survival and visibility of the Tongva tribe, Tuesday in the Lewis Center.
Over 17 miles of road was cleared for bikers, walkers, skaters, runners and joggers Sunday from South Pasadena to Azusa for the 626 Golden Streets presented by Metro.
Builders, contractor, city officials and dozens of other community members showed up Saturday to celebrate the most recent Foothill Gold Line track extension to Azusa.
It may be easy to forget our past as our cities race to modernize, but on Route 39 in Azusa many things have remained the same for almost 100 years ago.
Parts of Glendora and Azusa affected by the Colby Fire last month are now facing mandatory evacuations as the heavy rain expected this weekend poses the thread of mudslides.
A brush fire, dubbed the Madre Fire, started at around 6 p.m. Monday in San Gabriel Canyon above Azusa.
With conceptual ideas already in place, the Los Angeles Metro Gold Line plans to extend its tracks to the cities of Azusa and La Verne.
The Williams Fire in the Angeles National Forrest, which started Sunday, hit close to home this week. It had spread over 31,000 acres and was 25 percent contained by press time Thursday. The blaze originally erupted in the East Fork of San Gabriel Canyon, near Glendora, and has so far caused $8.3 million in damages.
The ad campaign run by the Los Angeles Avengers, the new local Arena Football League team, caused a stir. By now, most motorists have seen the large, all-text billboards that have been posted by the team. The edgy ads, some of which allude to sexual acts, are designed to catch one’s attention first, and then […]