A man killed Sunday in an apparent drive-by shooting on a residential street in Arcadia has been identified as Yue Zhao, 56, of Arcadia, authorities said.
With just days to go before ballots are counted, even the most keen-eyed visitor would be hard-pressed to know that the City of Industry is holding its first council election in 17 years.
The City of Industry has filed suit against former Mayor David Perez, his companies and four members of his family, alleging the misappropriation of millions of dollars in public funds through false or inflated invoices and the performance of unauthorized work on city contracts.
Waiting to be registered at a health fair at Hsi Lai Temple on Sunday, a group of women exercised, stretching and moving their arms in circles as they complained about the sacrifices required to stay well.
Pasadena city leaders received tens of thousands of dollars worth of free tickets to the Rose Bowl in 2014, according to a Times analysis of ticket disclosure forms.
When the City of Industry released the findings of an audit into the small municipality's finances this month, they found that the town’s former mayor and family had enriched themselves on a host of city contracts to the tune of $326 million and counting.
A 20-year jackpot of City of Industry contracts that included $4.9 million for lawn mower rentals and street cleaning fees billed at six times a competitor's rate has enriched a handful of companies owned by the tiny town's former mayor and his family by more than $326 million, an audit has found.
Pasadena Councilman Terry Tornek, a real estate developer and former city planner, has been chosen as the second directly elected mayor in the city's history.