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Kristen Wiig and Meryl Streep are the latest stars to land homes in Pasadena

Has Hollywood discovered Pasadena? The San Gabriel Valley city is enjoying a moment in the spotlight thanks to a spree of high-profile home sales. Actresses Summer Bishil and Mandy Moore were among the first to buy in the area this year, and now other stars have followed suit. Actress Kristen Wiig,...

Gabrielle Union Sold Home in San Fernando Valley’s Woodland Hills (EXCLUSIVE)

Gabrielle Union sold an unassuming home in the San Fernando Valley community of Woodland Hills before it could officially be listed on the open market for $675,000. Union, who came to fame in the early 2000s on the teen classics like “Bring It On,” Love and Basketball,” and “10 Things I Hate About You” but […]

Roberto Diaz, 32

Roberto Diaz, a 32-year-old Latino, was shot and killed Saturday, Oct. 21, in the 18800 block of Elizondo Street in the South San Jose Hills area of the San Gabriel Valley, according to Los Angeles County coroner’s records.  Investigators...Show More Summary

Arthur Samuel Romero, 51

Arthur Samuel Romero, a 51-year-old Latino, was shot and killed Saturday, Oct. 21, in the 18800 block of Elizondo Street in the South San Jose Hills area of the San Gabriel Valley, according to Los Angeles County coroner’s records. Show More Summary

This $5.5M San Gabriel Valley Mansion Has a Pirate Themed Pool

Tucked into the San Gabriel Valley about 22 miles from Los Angeles, this seemingly castle-like mansion has some quirky and eccentric secrets in store for a buyer with enough whim and the wealth to appreciate them. READ MORE »

From the Archives: Meet Buster, the rooster who can skate

These two photos appeared in the San Gabriel Valley Section of the Los Angeles Times on Aug. 17, 1952. The right image was moved on wires and published in newspapers around the world. Years later, Wiener wrote about Buster: Because of an incident that happened to me when I was a photographer for...

'Office Creeper' theft suspect arrested in El Monte

Authorities announced Friday the arrest of a 51-year-old parolee they believe to be the “Office Creeper,” the nickname police gave to a man responsible for several thefts from offices across the San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys. Anthony Fierro of Huntington Park is said to be responsible for...

Runaway Marijuana Balloon Causes UFO Panic in California

“That doesn’t belong there, and it doesn’t make sense.” That was the reaction of one Southern Californian last week when a strange UFO appeared seemingly out of nowhere, treating SoCal residents living within the San Gabriel Valley to an odd sight on the morning of August 28th. The object appeared to be an odd sort... Read more »

The story behind the spicy lobster at Newport Seafood

Thirty years ago, Wendy Lam’s boss told her she would never make it as a waitress. So when she opened her first outpost of Newport Seafood a decade later in the San Gabriel Valley, she called her old boss and invited him to dinner. “I have to thank you,” Lam told him, “you said I couldn’t be a...

State funds could bring bike share to South LA and USC

Even more money will go to bike sharing programs in the San Gabriel Valley Metro’s bike share system expanded to the Port of LA Monday, and on the same day a staff recommendation from the California Transportation Commission made the...Show More Summary

Pilot dies when plane crashes at El Monte airport

A pilot was killed Friday morning when a plane crashed at the San Gabriel Valley Airport in El Monte.

1 dead after small plane crashes at San Gabriel Valley Airport

At least one person is dead after a small plane crashed at an airfield in El Monte, Los Angeles County fire officials said Friday. The crash was reported about 9:35 a.m. at the San Gabriel Valley Airport on Santa Anita Avenue. Video broadcast by TV news outlets from the scene at a corner of the...

Chinatown's swap meets, an aging but essential toehold for new immigrants, face change

As tourism to the neighborhood declined and online retailers and Chinese commercial centers in the San Gabriel Valley siphoned customers away, the swap meets froze in time.

Metro Board approves $1.4bn for Foothill Gold Line Project extension

The board of Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) in the US has approved a $1.4bn budget, along with partnership agreements, for the extension of the Metro Gold Line in the San Gabriel Valley for additional 11.5 miles east…

LA Metro Board Approves Budget to Build Second Phase of the Foothill Gold Line Project

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board has approved a $1.4-billion budget and partnership agreements to extend the Metro Gold Line in the San Gabriel Valley another 11.5 miles east to Claremont.

L.A. County reports 2017's first case of West Nile virus

A San Gabriel Valley resident was hospitalized with West Nile virus in what health officials say is the first case in Los Angeles County this year. The patient ended up in the hospital in March and has since recovered, officials announced this week. West Nile virus is transmitted by mosquitoes,...

22 accused of running drug ring linked to Sinaloa cartel with stash houses in San Gabriel Valley

Twenty-two people have been accused of operating a cross-border drug trafficking organization in a scheme that used houses in the San Gabriel Valley to store illicit merchandise, according to a federal indictment unsealed Thursday. The prosecution follows a two-year wiretap investigation into associates...

Where Transit Fans Unite

The New Flyer Industries XN40—the latest addition to the Foothills Transit fleet—is a bus I’d be glad to meet on a dark street at night. Serving the eastern San Gabriel Valley, it shares the same square-jawed and dignified appeal as a leading man like Richard Gere. Show More Summary

The Los Angeles Times Looks at the Battle over Completing the 710 Freeway, Possible $5.4 Billion Tunnel

Los Angeles Times reports, “Closing “the gap” of the 710 Freeway in the San Gabriel Valley is one of the ugliest and longest running transportation battles in Southern California. For years, Caltrans wanted to complete the freeway but faced heated opposition from residents. Show More Summary

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