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Juvenile Delinquency

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  • Shopping crawl to take place Friday in La Cañada

    Shopping crawl to take place Friday in La Cañada
    The La Cañada Junior Woman's Club is encouraging residents to shop local for their holiday gifts. The club is hosting a “shopping crawl” on Friday, Nov. 15. Shops along Foothill Boulevard will donate 20% of their sales to the club. The...
  • Parents raise concern over GUSD's Wi-Fi

    La Crescenta resident Winston Story has collected more than 40 signatures from fellow parents for a petition against Glendale Unified’s use of Wi-Fi in classrooms over concerns that radio waves emitted by wireless Internet routers could pose...
  • 'The Incredible Hulk' attends Montrose Search and Rescue training exercise

    'The Incredible Hulk' attends Montrose Search and Rescue training exercise
    Montrose Search and Rescue members were joined by “The Incredible Hulk” on Sunday during a training on a stretch of Angeles Crest Highway where hundreds of motorcycle accidents have occurred. Sheriff Reserve Lt. Lou Ferrigno, who played the...
  • La Cañada wants to end liquor sales after midnight

    La Cañada Flintridge is expected to move forward with an ordinance that will prohibit stores in the city from selling alcohol past midnight. The city chose to study the issue after receiving complaints from residents who claimed that stores that stay...
  • School agents in D.C. to collect award

    Principal Christine Castillo and teacher Sue Fuelling were in Washington, D.C. this week to collect the National Blue Ribbon School award on behalf of La Cañada Elementary School. The school was one of three Los Angeles County schools who received...
  • Burbank school district eyes smaller classes

    With new state funding available to schools through Gov. Jerry Brown's Local Control Funding Formula, Burbank Unified may hire additional staff to lower class sizes in math, science and English classes at its two high schools. School officials last week...
  • Man at center of 'sextortion' scheme sentenced to five years in prison

    A federal judge sentenced a Glendale man to five years in prison Monday for tricking or extorting hundreds of women into giving him naked pictures of themselves.  Karen Kazaryan, 27, pleaded guilty in July to computer intrusion and aggravated identity...
  • Glendale man arrested on suspicion of growing marijuana inside his father's garage

    Glendale man arrested on suspicion of growing marijuana inside his father's garage
    A 32-year-old Glendale man was arrested Tuesday night after detectives found about three dozen marijuana plants inside his father’s garage, police said. Mikheil Mirzoyan was taken into custody on suspicion of cultivating marijuana inside the garage...
  • Man pleads not guilty in fatal beating of relative

    A 21-year-old man pleaded not guilty Thursday to one count of murder involving the beating death of an elderly relative, who was discovered bleeding in a Glendale apartment last month. James Sanchez, who family members say was not a blood relative of...
  • Video: Missing PCC student rescued in Eaton Canyon

    Video: Missing PCC student rescued in Eaton Canyon
    A missing 19-year-old woman was found Friday morning in Eaton Canyon and airlifted to safety via helicopter, KTLA reports. Bora Kim, a Pasadena City College student, was found by an L.A. County sheriff’s search-and-rescue team, Robert Diaz of...
  • Stray bullet nearly hits sleeping teen

    A bullet from a neighbor’s discharged handgun came within foot of striking a Glendale teen who was sleeping Friday in her bed inside her parent’s apartment, police said. The bullet traveled from a neighboring apartment in the 600 block of...
  • Teens most likely to drink during holidays, experts say

    ‘Tis the season for gathering with friends and family to celebrate the holidays, but mental health experts say it’s also a period when teens are most likely to experiment with alcohol. For many teens, December marks the first time they will...