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Carol Liu

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  • To cheers and jeers, Michael Peevey presides over final PUC meeting

    To cheers and jeers, Michael Peevey presides over final PUC meeting
    During 12 years at the helm of the powerful Public Utilities Commission, Michael Peevey took California out of an energy crisis to become a world leader in renewable energy. Amid praise and controversy, he presided over his last meeting Thursday, the...
  • Soundwall completion celebrates form and function

    Soundwall completion celebrates form and function
    City officials, dignitaries and community members convened on a tiny street off Foothill Boulevard Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the completion of three Foothill (210) Freeway sound walls and unveil a new mural installed on one of them. Chairs and a...
  • 'Warriors' honored on Veterans Day

    'Warriors' honored on Veterans Day
    Other men would have run, but the two Marines on post in Iraq did not — not as the truck carrying a suicide bomber and 2,000 pounds of explosives barreled toward them, not as nearby Iraqi policemen ran. They stood their ground, firing their weapons...
  • Legislators call for union factory jobs to close women's wage gap

    Legislators called Wednesday for raising the minimum wage and tearing down gender barriers to unionized construction and manufacturing jobs to help eliminate income inequality for California women. "Women have not shared equally in the emerging...
  • Brown signs Liu's foster-care bill

    Among the items considered by Gov. Jerry Brown this week — as he worked to meet a Sept. 30 deadline to take action on legislation — was a bill by state Sen. Carol Liu (D-La Cañada Flintridge), which he signed on Monday. Senate Bill 1023 was...
  • LCF resident dubbed 'The Little Engine that Could'

    LCF resident dubbed 'The Little Engine that Could'
    For her tireless efforts to promote and represent the city of La Cañada Flintridge in all things, to enhance community spirit and, in her case, to literally take care of business, Pat Anderson has been named "La Cañadan of the Year." The president and...
  • City, politicians discuss Doran crossing

    Glendale city officials are working behind-the-scenes to get state, local and federal politicians to back a proposal to close one of the most dangerous railroad crossings in the San Fernando Road corridor and build two bridges over the Los Angeles River...
  • Burb's Eye View: Reflection and inspiration on Memorial Day

    Burb's Eye View: Reflection and inspiration on Memorial Day
    If you’ve never been to a Memorial Day observance in Burbank, it is a poignant and solemn ceremony that provides many reasons for you to attend and honor those who have fought for their country. Two aspects of the ceremony in particular stand out....
  • Carol Liu heads library talk on aging

    Carol Liu heads library talk on aging
    Dozens of people, representing health and advocacy groups for the elderly, met Tuesday morning to hear how long-term care for a growing elderly population statewide may be addressed. The state Senate’s Select Committee on Aging and Long-term Care,...
  • Democratic Club OKs contributions

    Cañada Crescenta Democratic Club members voted at their May meeting to contribute $1,500 to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) and $1,000 to the Anthony Portantino campaign for state Senate in 2016. The club voted last October to give...
  • Brown signs law to protect student athletes who suffer concussions

    Brown signs law to protect student athletes who suffer concussions
    SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown signed a measure Monday expanding protections for student athletes who are believed to have sustained a concussion in school sports and activities. Since 2012, public school districts have been required to immediately...