For First Time In Pasadena Fire Department's History, Station Staffed By All WomenFor the first time, an all-female Pasadena Fire Department crew rode together on Engine 34.
City Of Pasadena Releases Dash, Body Cam Footage Of Deadly Officer Involved ShootingNew body cam and dash cam footage has been released of a deadly officer-involved shooting in Pasadena that occurred in May.
Fire Rips Through Salvation Army Facility In PasadenaFlames ripped through a Salvation Army facility in Pasadena Wednesday afternoon.
Residents Evacuated After Pasadena Nursing Home Hit Hard By COVID-19 Loses LicenseThe Golden Cross Health Care facility has had 104 confirmed coronavirus cases and eight deaths from the disease.
Pasadena Police Ending 'Carotid Hold' That Blocks Blood FlowThe Pasadena Police Department said it will no longer use the carotid restraint control hold while making arrests.
'A Foot Is On My Neck Every Day': Civil Rights, Faith Leaders Hold Peace Vigil For George Floyd In PasadenaThe late afternoon protest started shortly after 5 p.m. with a caravan that began at First AME Church and ended in front of City Hall.
LIST: Curfews Imposed For Second Night For Several SoCal Cities As George Floyd Protests ContinueFor a second night in a row, Southern California cities have joined other cities across the country that have issued curfews.
LIST: Several Cities Across Southern California Issue Curfews As George Floyd Protests ContinueSeveral Southern California cities have joined other cities across the country that have issued curfews as demonstrations continue to break out in response to the death of George Floyd.
2 More Pasadena Whole Foods Workers Test Positive For CoronavirusEarlier this month, a worker at the same store died of COVID-19.
Salvation Army Reopens Pasadena Thrift Store FridayIt's the first of 12 stores which are all expected to reopen in the coming weeks.
Close Off Colorado Boulevard To Cars? Pasadena Resident Proposes Turning Stretch Of Road Into Open-Air Plaza For PedestriansWhen asked about the potential plan, Mayor Terry Tornek said to contact the Old Pasadena Management District, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment.