Frank Girardot

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The City of Bell is now famous for the embezzlement of millions in public money by public officials. Now, Pasadena is facing the loss of $6.4 million.

Pasadena to Sue Embezzlers Who Stole $6.4 Million

The City of Bell is now famous for the embezzlement of millions in public money by public officials. Now, Pasadena is facing the loss of $6.4 million.

from Which Way, L.A.?

A civil rights lawsuit was filed in federal court today in the case of the late, black college student, Kendrec McDade, shot to death last month after a pursuit by two Pasadena Police…

Family of Kendrec McDade Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit

A civil rights lawsuit was filed in federal court today in the case of the late, black college student, Kendrec McDade, shot to death last month after a pursuit by two Pasadena Police…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Los Angeles County officials are saying that the Santa Ana windstorm is a 36-hour event.

Powerful Santa Anas Cause Mayhem

Los Angeles County officials are saying that the Santa Ana windstorm is a 36-hour event.

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