A 400-pound bear that was spotted wandering across the Foothill (210) Freeway has been tranquilized, officials reported Sunday.
“Glen Bearian,” the bear who’s been known to break into the homes and trash cans of Foothill residents, has been captured and is on his way to a wildlife preserve in Colorado.
There’s a bear that calls La Crescenta and Glendale home but causes enough trouble that he’s landed in the news on several occasions — he even has his own Twitter page.
A powerful crash involving a big rig on the eastbound (210) Freeway has caused traffic delays in La Crescenta.
The munchies-loving bear who had the Crescenta Valley all a-twitter may have found his way through 25 miles of wilderness to return to the tasty garbage cans he has come to love, it was reported Saturday.
Residents in La Crescenta had mixed reactions to seeing the removal of the unsightly “K-rail” that protected them against mudslides and flooding during the winter months.
After an intense night-long search, rescuers have found a father and daughter who went missing while hiking in the mountains above La Crescenta.
Friends and family of Juanita Stephens of Tujunga are asking for the public’s help to locate her.
A bobcat was spotted in the backyard of a La Crescenta home Friday morning.
The bear who has been roaming La Crescenta and Glendale the past few weeks has been successfully relocated to a remote area in the Angeles National Forest.
Fish and game officers tranquilized and tagged a bear that was seen roaming around a neighborhood in La Crescenta Tuesday morning.
He’s back and he’s still hungry.
A 250-pound black bear has become a regular and unwanted visitor for residents living in the foothills.
Residents of La Crescenta are on alert after several late night visits from a hungry bear.
A black bear found pawing through an refrigerator in a resident’s garage has a Glendale neighborhood on edge.