The Bobcat fire that is currently sweeping through Angeles National Forest, blanketing the foothill communities in smoke and ash, has caused Pasadena City College to fully shut down its facilities until Monday, Sept. 14, campus officials announced today in an email.
Microwave fire causes panic at PCC
Students poured out onto the lawns on every side of the PCC Center for the Arts building on the morning of Thursday, April 25 after a shriek of fire alarms rang out. The cause of the fire: a microwave attached to Dean Joseph Futtner’s offices.
Students scoot past campuswide hoverboard ban
Hoverboards have been seen across PCC campus, but many students are unaware that they are prohibited on campus and can potentially catch fire. The self-balancing scooter, known as hoverboards to some, has gained massive popularity through 2015 and that popularity has carried over to 2016. Costing roughly around $300 to $600 depending on models, they have been coming off the shelves of many popular shopping websites such as eBay and Amazon. Those who ride them attract the attention and curiosity of others as they cruise …
Freeway Crash Leaves 2 Injured and Rail Services Suspended
A fiery collision on the 210 freeway between two big rigs causing damage to railway lines and power systems has left all eastbound lanes closed and shut down all Metro service between Lake Ave. and Sierra Madre Villa Stations until further notice, according to the California Highway Patrol.
CC Building evacuated after restroom fire
Dozens of students and college staff fled the CC Building after a fire set off alarms in the first floor menâ€™s restroom around 10:30 a.m. on July 25.