Caught On Camera: Hunter Ambushes, Kills Deer With Bow And Arrow In Residential NeighborhoodA video taken Thursday afternoon shows a hunter with a bow and arrow taking aim at a young buck.
Bear Sightings On The Rise In MonroviaIt got a little wild in Monrovia Monday when a mama bear and her cubs busted through a bear-proof trash can in search of a snack.
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Monrovia Man Arrested In Sex Assault SpreeHe was arrested in connection with six sexual assaults that occurred over a five-year period.
Drones Force Firefighters Battling San Gabriel Complex Fire To Suspend Air OperationsPrivate drones were flying in the path of firefighting aircraft, fire officials say.
Monrovia Woman Accused Of Pepper Spraying Mail CarrierFederal prosecutors say a 64-year-old Monrovia woman is accused of pepper-spraying a mail carrier in the face in a fit of road rage.
Monrovia Teacher Raises Thousands To Send Student With Autism On Dream Trip To 'Thomas The Tank Engine' Theme ParkA local teacher has raised thousands of dollars to send one of her students to Thomas Land, a "Thomas The Tank Engine"-inspired theme park in the Boston area.
Monrovia Drivers Fuming Over Crossing Gates They Say Aren’t Working ProperlyDrivers in Monrovia are voicing concerns over the new Foothill Gold Line extension crossings, which they say aren't working as they should be.
Monrovia Police Search For Missing 14-Year-Old GirlMonrovia police on Saturday asked for the public’s help today to find a 14-year-old girl who went missing Thursday from an apartment complex in Monrovia.
Arson Investigation Underway At Monrovia High School; Juvenile Arrested A 17-year-old student suspected of intentionally setting fire to Monrovia High School has been arrested, police said Monday.
Gold Line Extension Service Into Foothill Areas To Begin In MarchMetro rail service into the San Gabriel Valley's foothill areas will begin in March, officials announced Friday.
Large Bear Puts Monrovia Neighborhood On Edge"He went to the pool. took a drink of water and went behind the garage and that's all I we saw of him," Robert Zamaripa said.