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first_img Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Christmas trees are among the most flammable items in homes and businesses at this time of year. A dry tree may literally explode and be consumed by fire in a matter of seconds.When the trees are placed in any area where the public may gather, the California Code of Regulations requires that they be treated with a flame-retardant solution or process approved by the State Fire Marshal.The Pasadena Fire Department requires that the following regulations be observed regarding the use of Christmas trees in areas of public assemblage, including schools, institutions, retail stores, public areas in hotels, apartment houses, and office buildings:· Flame retardant, applied by an operator licensed by the California State Fire Marshal’s Office, is required for all holiday trees in public buildings.· Per the fire code, trees and other decorations cannot block or obstruct any exit way or pedestrian path of travel.· The tree shall bear a tag approved by the California State Fire Marshal’s Office indicating the date, type of retardant, name of the concern that applied the retardant and the license number.· Candles are prohibited on trees and wreaths.· Wreaths must be properly treated with a flame retardant approved by the State Fire Marshal’s Office and so tagged.· The support device that holds the tree is an upright position must be of a type that is stable and of adequate size to avoid tipping over of the tree and capable of containing enough water to cover at least two inches of the tree stem.· The bottom of the trunk must be immersed in at least two inches of water at all times. Immediately prior to immersion, the trunk must be cut off at least one inch above the original cut.· No readily combustible materials may be placed on, under or within four feet of the maximum horizontal projection of any tree, including live specimens.· No tree or decoration may be displayed in a way that impedes or affects any exit.· No tree may be displayed for more than 30 days.· Only use electrical lights that are UL listed for use on indoor trees. The Fire Department recommends that low-heat mini-lights be used for all trees.For more information call (626) 744-4655. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * HerbeautyThe Most Heartwarming Moments Between Father And DaughterHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyUnapologetic Celebs Women AdoreHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHere Is What Scientists Say Will Happen When You Eat AvocadosHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Special Beauty Tips That Make Indian Women So BeautifulHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHow To Lose Weight & Burn Fat While You SleepHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty9 Things You’ve Always Wanted To Know About RihannaHerbeautyHerbeauty 0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it More Cool Stuff Top of the News Make a comment Community News faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPasadena Water and PowerPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimescenter_img Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Business News Community News First Heatwave Expected Next Week EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Public Safety Fire Department Offers Christmas Tree Guidelines Published on Thursday, December 4, 2014 | 12:39 pm Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Subscribe Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadenalast_img read more


first_imgKenneth Leventhal, a USC life trustee and namesake of the USC Elaine and Kenneth Leventhal School of Accounting, died Tuesday morning in Los Angeles. He was 90.Though Leventhal graduated with a bachelor of science in business administration and accounting from UCLA, he dedicated much of his professional life to USC. After becoming a certified public accountant in 1948, Leventhal taught accounting part-time at USC.Leventhal served on the Board of Trustees since 1977. His tenure as a trustee spanned stints on the executive, finance, development, audit and personnel committees. He was also chairman emeritus of the Ernst & Young Kenneth Leventhal Real Estate Group and a driving force in two of USC’s fundraising campaigns.In addition to participating on the donor financial planning committee for USC’s $309 million Toward Century II fundraising campaign, Leventhal spearheaded the Building on Excellence campaign in 1993.Leventhal and his wife Elaine’s $15-million naming gift to the Leventhal School of Accounting, as part of the campaign, was the largest given to an accounting program at that time.He received the Presidential Medallion in 2004 for his service to the university and the honorary doctor of humane letters degree in 2000.“He was a gifted businessman, as well as a passionate Trojan. … His legacy is both extraordinary and assured, having enriched the lives of everyone at USC,” President C. L. Max Nikias said in a statement.Leventhal is survived by his wife of 63 years, Elaine; his brother Henley; his son Ross and daughter-in-law Mary Jo; his son Robert; and his one granddaughter, Emma.last_img read more


first_imgAuthorities in Pinellas County are currently investigating an explosion at a bank ATM.The incident was reported at the BB&T bank on Tampa Road at 3:27 a.m. Monday.According to the report, authorities received a call from the bank’s alarm system and arrived to the scene to discover the remains of the explosion on the “south side of the building.”Not much is known about the incident at this time, however, authorities are still conducting their investigation.Officials are asking anyone with information about the incident to contact the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office at (727) 582-6200.last_img


first_imgThe launch will mark the first time SpaceX reuses a nose cone, as well. Weather permitting, the rocket will blast off sometime during the eleven minute launch window. Conditions are 80% go for this morning’s launch set for 9:51 a.m. EST at Kennedy Space Center.SpaceX is planning to send 60 Starlink satellites into space to increase high-speed internet connectivity for people around the globe.It will be the company’s heaviest payload ever, and it also marks the first time SpaceX has used a rocket booster four times. last_img


first_imgRoyal Caribbean Cruises is claiming that they have video proof that the grandfather of the toddler who died last year after the grandfather accidentally dropped her out of an open window, was “unquestionably aware” that the window was open before the incident occurred.Chloe Wiegand fell to her death while abroad Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas ship in July when her grandfather lifted her up onto the window’s ledge and she fell 11-stories to the deck below.During the investigation, the grandfather Salvatore Anello, told authorities and his family that he lifted the child up so she could bang on the windows like she does at her older brother’s hockey games, but he was unaware that the window was open. Additionally, Anello told authorities that he is colorblind so he could not tell the difference between which windows were open and which were closed.The family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company stating that the company violated industry standards by failing to provide reasonably safe windows in an area where children play on the ship.In a counter to the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family, Royal Caribbean cruises reported that surveillance video shows that the grandfather was fully aware that the window was open because he leaned his upper body out of it seconds before picking the child up and dangling her out of the window for half of a minute:“This is not a case of an unknowing child approaching an open window and falling out because the window was defective or improperly positioned,” the court documents read. “Rather, this is a case about an adult man, Chloe’s step-grandfather who, as surveillance footage unquestionably confirms: (1) walked up to a window he was aware was open; (2) leaned his upper body out the window for several seconds; (3) reached down and picked up Chloe; and (4) then held her by and out of the open window for thirty-four seconds before he lost his grip and dropped Chloe out of the window. His actions, which no reasonable person could have foreseen, were reckless and irresponsible and the sole reason why Chloe is no longer with her parents,” according to court records obtained by WPTV.Royal Caribbean cruise also added that all the windows have a green film on them to help distinguish which ones are open and which are closed, as well as handles on the ones that do open.The cruise company has since submitted the videos to officials and is seeking the dismissal of the family’s lawsuit.last_img read more


first_imgThe winter storm that is battering much of the country will again bring much cooler temperatures and windy conditions to our region this week.With a cool front from the storm approaching on Sunday night, some parts of our area will see hit and miss showers overnight and into the Monday morning commute. The clouds should leave by Monday afternoon, as the colder air arrives. Highs on Monday will be in the mid- to upper-60s.Graphic courtesy: WPTV/NewsChannel 5We will wake up on Tuesday and Wednesday with temperatures in the low 50s along the coast and upper 40s closer to Lake Okeechobee.Highs around the mid-60s will stick around through the middle of the week. Meanwhile, a shift in the global weather pattern will return our temperatures back to above average by late in the week.last_img


first_imgThe Magic City is a stunning host city for the Super Bowl, but it has its challenges when it comes to security.First of all, Miami is surrounded by water. Security teams will monitor Hard Rock Stadium in Miami from the sky, ground and water as thousands of football fans begin to pour in for Super Bowl LIV.While there are no credible threats against the Super Bowl, federal agents are ready for anything even the coronavirus is a concern.The Super Bowl has long been considered a potential target for terrorists or other violent extremists, and this year the game will be played amid rising tensions with Iran. But none of the games has ever been attacked.State and federal law enforcement agencies said they’re ready for anything this coming Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, including a detonated bomb or massive food poisoning, but haven’t identified any threats.Events for Super Bowl LIV between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers kicked off earlier this week around South Florida, with an interactive Super Bowl Experience at the Miami Beach Convention Center and Super Bowl LIVE at Miami’s Bayfront Park.It’s a lot of mileage to patrol, but officials said they are well prepared after planning for months and running drills.Maj. Ed Caneva, the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Operations Commander for the NFL title game, said his agency has identified a raft of different scenarios.“We have been training and addressing anything,” Maj. Caneva said.Several thousand federal, state, and local law enforcement officials are involved in the game and the events leading up to it.You can watch Super Bowl LIV from the safety of your own home on WFLX FOX 29 on Sunday, Feb. 2 starting at 6:30 p.m.last_img read more


first_imgThe Florida Senate does not expect to address a state Supreme Court ruling any time soon regarding a lack of unanimous jury recommendations for death sentences.In a 4-1 decision last week, justices said the court “got it wrong” four years ago when it required fully support by a jury to send someone to death row.The 2016 decision came at a time when the U.S. Supreme Court had found Florida’s death-penalty system to be unconstitutional. The Legislature passed a law the following year requiring unanimous jury recommendations in such cases.According to Republican Florida Senator Rob Bradley, the Supreme Court acknowledged last week that the 2017 legislative decision is “the law of the state.” He added, “They opined on the constitutional matter, they did not opine on the validity of the state law. We passed a state law dealing with the death penalty. It requires unanimous jury votes to put someone to death.”Last week’s ruling came in a Polk County case in which the defendant, Mark Anthony Poole, was convicted in the 2001 first-degree murder of Noah Scott, as well as the attempted murder and sexual battery of Loretta White. He was also found guilty of armed burglary and armed robbery.In 2011, a jury recommended by an 11-1 vote that Poole be put to death, a sentence which a judge eventually imposed.However, based on the state Supreme Court’s 2016 decision, his death sentence was later vacated, since it lacked a unanimous jury recommendation.The state subsequently appealed, resulting in the Supreme Court’s ruling last Thursday that Poole’s death sentence be reinstated.last_img read more


first_imgA 44-year-old man has reportedly died from the coronavirus in the Philippines, marking the first death connected to the virus outside of China.The man was a resident of Wuhan, the center of the outbreak.Officials with the World Health Organization believe that he was infected before going to the Philippines.The victim experienced symptoms of fever, cough and sore throat before he was admitted to a hospital, where he passed away on Saturday, according to WHO:Photo courtesy: World Health Organization/FacebookHe was the second person in the Philippines who was confirmed to have contracted the virus.More than 300 people have been killed by the virus in China, and more than 14,000 have been infected worldwide. Eight cases have been confirmed in the United States, though none of them were in Florida.last_img read more


first_imgCHROME CAPTURES FANS’ FANCY IN SAN ANTONIOHOLLENDORFER: SAN ANTONIO A ‘RIDER’S RACE’BAFFERT ON OUTSIDE WITH DORTMUND IN LEWISAMERICAN PHAROAH CONSIDERED FOR SAN FELIPE   VAN DYKE STRONGER SANS WEIGHT ALLOWANCEHECTOR PALMA: FROM MEXICO TO MOUNTAIN TOP Mark Casse3465418%$545,520 Corey Nakatani6398814%$515,350 Joseph Talamo10412121512%$896,334 Mark Glatt3858613%$288,574 FINISH LINES: PromisingCalifornia-bred 3-year-old Acceptance, who suffered hisfirst defeat when finishing fourth as the 1-2 favorite in the California Cup Derby on Jan. 24, has been turned out at the Old English Rancho in Sanger. “He left today,” said Kenny Black, assistant to trainer Don Warren. “He’ll be freshened to deal with some shin issues.” . . . Agent Ron Anderson reports that Joel Rosario will return to Santa Anita on Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 16, to ride Matriarch winner La Tia for trainer Armando De la cerda in the Grade II, $200,000 Buena Vista Stakes for older fillies and mares at one mile on turf . . . Trainer Peter Eurton has Betty’s Bambino pointed to the $100,000 Sensational Star Stakes on the hillside turf course Feb. 21, and Kobe’s Back ticketed for the Grade II San Carlos Stakes at seven furlongs on March 7 . . . Agent Tony Matos has booked Corey Nakatani on Mr. Z for D. Wayne Lukas in the Southwest Stakes at Oaklawn Park on Presidents’ Day . . . Flavien Prat rides Minks Aprise for Jerry Hollendorfer in the $75,000 Sweet Life Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at about 6 ½ furlongs on turf next Saturday, Feb. 14, agent Derek Lawson said . . . HRTV analyst Michelle Yu will be Tom Quigley‘s guest handicapper Sunday in the East Paddock Gardens at 11:20 a.m. . . . Apprentice jockey Gonzalo Nicolas has been suspended three racing days(Feb. 15, 16 and 20) for causing interference on Master Master in Sunday’s fourth race. JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Drayden Van Dyke9911131611%$656,626 GOOD RIDERS MAKE GOOD DECISIONS: HOLLENDORFERJerry Hollendorfer manages his vast operation with clock-like precision. You don’t approach 7,000 career victories steering a slapdash ship.That said, the Hall of Fame trainer is known to give a word of advice to his riders before giving them a leg up in a race, not that it always matters once the gates open (see the 2014 Breeders’ Cup Classic).That’s why Hollendorfer employs the best jockeys he can get, among them Hall of Fame great Mike Smith, who will be aboard once-beaten Shared Belief in the San Antonio Stakes.“It’s a rider’s race,” Hollendorfer said Friday morning, as the San Antonio countdown began in earnest. “That’s why you use good riders like Mike Smith and Russell Baze, so they can make good decisions.“In a race like the San Antonio, everyone knows they are all good horses. You devise a basic plan before the race, but that’s about all you can do.”Shared Belief galloped on Santa Anita’s main track at 7 a.m. Friday morning in a picturesque setting and under ideal conditions. Hollendorfer said the gelding’s last work (four furlongs in 50.80 at Golden Gate Tuesday) “was just what we wanted. A nice, easy blowout.”As to running against California Chrome and his long-time friend, Art Sherman, Hollendorfer was looking forward to it. “We’re always happy to run in a big race,” he said. “Hopefully, it will be a great race for the fans and a great race for both horses.” Peter Miller681316619%$756,240 Gary Stevens4595720%$617,992 DORTMUND MAKES 3-YEAR-OLD DEBUT IN LEWISFor a guy who has been “living on the rail,” Bob Baffert got a breather with Dortmund, the unbeaten colt who makes his 3-year-old debut in Saturday’s Grade III Robert B. Lewis Stakes, which offers 17 qualifying points to the Kentucky Derby, 10 to the winner, four to the runner-up, two to the third horse and one to the fourth.“Well, he’s going to be wide the whole way,” Baffert said of the chestnut son of 2008 Kentucky Derby winner Big Brown owned by Kaleem Shah.Not necessarily. On paper, there doesn’t appear to be that much speed inside him in the field of six going a mile and a sixteenth.The Robert B. Lewis lineup: Tizcano, Martin Pedroza, 15-1; Rock Shandy, Victor Espinoza, 6-1; Sebastian’s Heart, Agapito Delgadillo, 30-1; Hero Ten All, Tyler Baze, 10-1; Firing Line, Gary Stevens, 7-5; and Dortmund, Martin Garcia, 4-5. James Cassidy3255616%$193,610 Peter Eurton3884721%$364,508 Elvis Trujillo1021214912%$804,026 (Current Through Thursday, Feb. 5) Rafael Bejarano12029211824%$1,421,394 Martin Garcia57812714%$820,050 JOURNEYMAN VAN DYKE EYES SAN MARCOS WINDrayden Van Dyke lost the bug but not his confidence or ability.The 20-year-old riding star, who surrendered his five-pound apprentice allowance on Jan. 20 and has been riding as a full-fledged journeyman since, has maintained his place among Santa Anita’s leading riders and has no intention of losing it.“I had a good first week once I lost the allowance,” Van Dyke said during a rare lull on another busy work day. Through 25 racing days, Van Dyke, who tacks 111 pounds and is represented by agent Sarah Wolfe, had 11 wins, 13 seconds and 16 thirds. His mounts have earned $656,626.“I had my first winner (as a journeyman) my first ride back, which was really cool to do. I’m riding the same. If anything, I’ll ride better because I’ll be stronger and weigh a little more.“I just have to get the better horses, that’s all.”One such horse is Patrioticandproud, a 6-year-old Pennsylvania-bred gelding he rides in Saturday’s Grade II San Marcos Stakes at 1 ¼ miles on turf.Trained by Mark Casse, Patrioticandproud rallied for second, beaten only a length by Finnegans Wake last out in the Grade II San Gabriel Stakes. In the race prior, Finnegans Wake again got the better of Patrioticandproud, winning by a neck in the Grade II Hollywood Turf Cup.“Finnegans Wake got the jump on me in that race,” Van Dyke said of the San Gabriel. “In fact, my horse’s last two races were pretty much the same. If we can get the jump on Finnegans Wake and a better trip this time, I think I can beat him.”The field for the San Marcos: Finnegans Wake, Victor Espinoza, 5-2; Patrioticandproud, Drayden Van Dyke, 4-1; Majestic Harbor, Mike Smith, 8-1; Power Ped, Flavien Prat, 9-2; Little Jerry, Edwin Maldonado, 12-1; Diamond Bachelor, Martin Pedroza, 20-1; Dynamic Sky, Corey Nakatani, 3-1; and Power Foot, Kieren Fallon, 8-1.Quadrivium was scratched. AMERICAN PHAROAH COULD MAKE 3-YEAR-OLD DEBUT IN SAN FELIPEAmerican Pharoah, who on Monday had his first published workout since last Oct. 26, prior to missing the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile on Nov. 1 due to a suspensory-related injury, is a candidate for the San Felipe Stakes on March 7, Bob Baffert said.“Either that or the Rebel,” Baffert said of the Eclipse Award winner as leading 2-year-old male of 2014. “He looks good. He’ll come around quick. We have the Rebel, and the San Felipe. If all goes well, he’ll be in one of those.”The Rebel will be run at 1 1/16 miles at Oaklawn Park March 14. The Grade II, $400,000 San Felipe at 1 1/16 miles will be run at Santa Anita March 7.American Pharoah was 12-1 in Pool 2 of the 2015 Kentucky Derby Future Wager which opened at 9 a.m. Pacific Time today. Fernando Perez9099710%$377,204center_img Carla Gaines2353122%$290,865 Doug O’Neill6787912%$420,136 HORSEMEN, HORSE PLAYERS ON EDGE FOR SAN ANTONIOThe San Antonio has captured the fancy of the whole of racing, California Chrome trainer Art Sherman included.“I think you’ll see a lot of people at Santa Anita Saturday,” the 77-year-old said. “Being Horse of the Year now and being as popular as he is here in California, I think you’ll see one of the biggest crowds you’ve seen at Santa Anita in a long time.“My good friend’s horse, Shared Belief, is in there and he’s a good horse. I’m very excited to hook up again. It’s an old-timer’s thing with me and him (Jerry Hollendorfer).”As the colt’s regular rider, Victor Espinoza is a charter member of the California Chrome Fan Club. “I’m very excited,” he said. “For once, I have a good post. I’m really looking forward to it. I think it will be an exciting race for California Chrome and a good day for racing. The race isn’t that easy, but California Chrome is doing good, and we’ll see what happens.“I know there are a couple tough horses in there. Shared Belief is an amazing horse, but I have a lot of confidence in California Chrome.”Suggested there would be less pressure on Chrome than there was last year during his Triple Crown run and pursuit of Horse of the Year honors, which he ultimately won, Espinoza had a refreshing take.“Now,” he said, “I have to ride him like Horse of the Year.”Regarding strategy, California Chrome should be forwardly placed early on from his No. 8 post position“He’s got enough tactical speed but he’ll get out and get over,” said Alan Sherman, Art’s son and assistant.Alpha Bird, 30-1 on Jon White’s morning line, is just outside California Chrome in post nine and has been on the lead virtually from start to finish in four of his five starts, although his class is unproven since the San Antonio is his first stakes start.“There are a couple of horses in there that probably shouldn’t be,” Alan Sherman said. “But our horse is doing good and we’re looking forward to starting the New Year.”The San Antonio field: Hoppertunity, Martin Garcia, 4-1; Tonito M., Rafael Bejarano, 15-1; You Know I Know, Drayden Van Dyke, 30-1; Imperative, Flavien Prat, 20-1; Shared Belief, Mike Smith, 7-5; Clubhouse Ride, Aaron Gryder, 30-1; Bronzo, Gary Stevens, 20-1; California Chrome, Victor Espinoza, 6-5; and Alfa Bird, Tyler Baze, 30-1.The San Antonio, with an approximate post time of 4 p.m., will be televised nationally on Fox Sports 1. John Sadler52581010%$359,432 Jerry Hollendorfer8117111021%$1,545,334 Flavien Prat5172614%$295,830 Philip D’Amato3658614%$319,190 Bob Baffert46811717%$919,118 Tyler Baze11914111612%$913,344 Victor Espinoza751414819%$801,470 Richard Baltas2853318%$163,528 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Mike Smith561211921%$917,121 Martin Pedroza831015612%$395,170 Kent Desormeaux851914922%$1,103,992 Richard Mandella2653519%$234,000 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won HECTOR PALMA GOING STRONG AT AGE 77When it comes to winning races, there is no wasted motion with Hector Palma.Through 25 racing days at Santa Anita, the 77-year-old trainer had five wins and two seconds from 12 starts, a sparkling 42 percent average, not too shabby for a barn of 25 horses.Palma hopes to enhance his norm with The Mad Hungarian, 9-5 morning line favorite in today’s second race, but win or lose, he’ll take it in stride.“The key in this game is having the right horses,” said Palma, who owns the speedy son of Dixie Chatter along with George Yager, who races as B G Stable.“I’ve been training since 1971 and been coming to Santa Anita since 1956, when I was here as a groom with (the late) Riley Cofer,” said Palma, who with Yager recently purchased a 50-acre spread in Hemet from Benjamin Warren, and operates as BJ Thoroughbred Farms.“I’ve won over 1,000 races and I’m going for 1,100,” Palma said. “For someone who came from Mexico with nothing, that’s pretty good.” Hector O. Palma1252042%$93,310last_img read more