Home » Archives by category » News

Witnesses Provide Further Details on Double Homicide Investigation

Witnesses Provide Further Details on Double Homicide Investigation

On Monday, March 20, 2017, Pasadena Police issued an updated News Release regarding the Jan. 6, 2017 double homicide that occurred in the 100 Block of W. Claremont Street in…

Leroy Baca Faces 20 Years in State Prison

Leroy Baca Faces 20 Years in State Prison

  Baca to Face the Music May 15, US District Judge Says   By Terry Miller Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca is expected to be sentenced in May,…

Monrovia Outlines Plan to ‘Take Back’ Library Park

Monrovia Outlines Plan to ‘Take Back’ Library Park

  Police Captain, Manager unveil five-pronged plan, encourage resident action to tackle crime, drug use By Susan Motander For more than two hours at the City Council Meeting in Monrovia on…

Soroptimists Host ‘For the Love of Women’ Luncheon

Soroptimists Host ‘For the Love of Women’ Luncheon

  The Altadena-Pasadena branch of Soroptimist International recently held its third annual Making A Difference benefit luncheon at Brookside Country Club—a sold-out event with over 300 attendees. The passionate speakers…

Monrovia Police Blotters: March 16 – March 19

Monrovia Police Blotters: March 16 – March 19

  March 16 At 9:25 a.m., police received a call reporting a male subject had struck a female and proceeded to force her into a public restroom at the Metro…

Sex Offender Opens Fire on Deputies at LASD Temple Station

Sex Offender Opens Fire on Deputies at LASD Temple Station

  The shooting Monday morning left the 47-year-old suspect dead at the scene     By Terry Miller Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) Homicide Bureau detectives responded to Temple…

Los Angeles Joins Amicus Brief Against Revised Travel Ban

Los Angeles Joins Amicus Brief Against Revised Travel Ban

  City Attorney Mike Feuer today announced the City of Los Angeles has joined a coalition of local municipalities opposed to President Trump’s revised Executive Order commonly known as the…

Monrovia-Duarte Quota Chapter Closes After 63 years

Monrovia-Duarte Quota Chapter Closes After 63 years

Last week, Beacon Media News received a letter from the Secretary of the local chapter of the Quota Club.  Sadly, after more than sixty years of service to this community, the…

Upcoming Monrovia City Council Meetings

Upcoming Monrovia City Council Meetings

  By Susan Motander According to the City Manager’s Update of March 14, one of the topics to be discussed at the next regular meeting of the Monrovia City Council…

Lee Baca Found Guilty Lying to Federal Investigators: Faces Stiff Prison Sentence

Lee Baca Found Guilty Lying to Federal Investigators: Faces Stiff Prison Sentence

  By Terry Miller Former top cop in Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is now himself facing the music as a result of his lying to Federal prosecutors. Baca is…

Page 1 of 364123Next ›Last »