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  • Letter: Online system left them out of sorts

    Re: “Victims can log on to a system of SORTS,” Valley Sun, Jan. 1. My son’s bike worth about $400 was stolen on Dec. 31. It was taken in front of the Ralphs in Pacific Palisades. The store has a video of a man in a hoodie riding off with it.
  • VIDEO: Hikers and dog airlifted from Angeles National Forest

    VIDEO: Hikers and dog airlifted from Angeles National Forest
    Three hikers and their dog were airlifted out of the Angeles National Forest on Saturday after they became stranded on top of a mountain. Around 12:45 p.m., two male adults and one female adult were reportedly hiking near Switzer Falls at Bear Canyon in...

    Manhunt forces lock-down of La Cañada school

    Manhunt forces lock-down of La Cañada school
    [UPDATE 1/15 5:49 p.m.] La Cañada Elementary School was placed on lockdown for about an hour Thursday afternoon while Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies searched for suspects connected to a residential burglary in the 1000 block of Fairview Drive,...

    Crescenta Valley Crime: Attempted residential burglary on Vista Miguel Road

    La Cañada June 29 Petty theft: 4600 block of Ocean View Boulevard. A man said that between 9:30 and 10 p.m. the night before, someone entered his unlocked 2014 Toyota pickup and stole a bag full of baseball equipment. Also stolen from the vehicle...

    La Cañada History: Former L.A. coroner taught a Japanese cooking class

    La Cañada History: Former L.A. coroner taught a Japanese cooking class
    Ten Years Ago Falling just short of receiving the two-thirds vote required, La Cañada Unified School District's Measure P for a three-year, $400 parcel tax, failed at the polls. Andy Beattie, then president of the school board, said the loss was a "huge...