The incident surrounding Damar Hamlin raised safety concerns for football fans. The Buffalo Bills and the NFL did show what seemed to be overwhelming support for the young player. But what does it mean for future incidents such as this? Rewatching the footage, it’s kind of hard to see what happened at first. When medics rush to the scene, it quickly changes to a commercial to almost try and evade the situation from viewers. About nine minutes into the game and what appeared to be …
Children’s laughter, screams of joy, light music, fluffy cotton candy, and exciting rides are what people imagine when they talk about an amusement park – a place where good memories are created. There are more than 20 amusement parks located in California, and 4 in Los Angeles. These parks have attracted tons of tourists and visitors in the past, helping the economy of California. Unfortunately, amusement parks were forced to close during the pandemic. However, as the cases in California continue to drop, Governor Gavin …
Many families are anticipating a very different Halloween this year due to the impacts of the Coronavirus pandemic. To keep the people of Pasadena safe the city has released guidelines on how to celebrate safely. In order for people to remain socially distant many of the traditional Halloween celebrations, such as trick or treating, are not recommended by the City of Pasadena. A news release from the office of the Pasadena city manager tells residents which events they should avoid, which are not permitted at …
From the Campus Police blotter for the period ended Dec. 1, 2019:
From the PCC Campus Police blotter for the period ending Nov. 24, 2019:
From the Campus Police blotter through the period Nov. 17:
Three days after issuing a safety bulletin, Campus Police published a correction on Oct. 24 after the department could not determine an imminent criminal threat to PCC students as a Christian sect, with years of previous online rumors of misdeeds elsewhere, proselytized at PCC.
From the Campus Police blotter through Oct. 13:
PCC Campus Police are keeping serious crime under control in the 2019 annual campus safety report, released via email on Sept. 27, although the department remains busy with community policing for incidents not required by the report.
From the PCCPD blotter through Sept. 29: