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  • The I-210 Bridge two main column structures in the center median are com-plete and the form was moved earlier in the week to the southern shoulder and is now installed around the

    third. The abutments are also well underway, and crews are getting ready to turn their at-tention to the super-structure according to Foothill Exten-sion press releases.

    Gold Line officials said

    they still hope to aquire land owned by Monrovia Re-development Agency for a maintenance yard needed for the massive project. How-ever the state Supreme Court ruling last week could serious

    affect the Gold Lines hopes of getting the land.

    In the coming weeks, installation of the falsework will begin on this aspect of

    A woman who alleg-edly attacked deputies with a hammer was shot and killed Wednesday out-side a clinic that deals with sunstance abuse and men-tal health issues.

    Three deputies from the sheriffs Temple Sta-tion responded to a report that a possibly mentally ill woman was sitting in the lobby of the clinic with a hammer in her lap and act-ing in an unstable manner.

    The shooting at the Asian Pacific Family Cen-ter, 9353 Valley Blvd in Rosemead took lace at 3:30PM

    Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sher-iffs Department Homi-cide Bureau have learned that initially deputies from

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    Officer Involved Shooting in Temple City

    Woman Shot and Killed by Deputy After Threatening Officers with Hammer

    Supreme Court Ruling Could Affect Gold Lines Hopes of Acquiring Maintenance Yard

    Assemblyman Tim DonnellyApologizes for Attempting toTake Loaded Gun on Flight

    Sheriff's Internal Af-fairs Bureau investigators re-sponded to the 10600 block of Lower Azusa Road, Tem-ple City, to investigate the circumstances surrounding a deputy-involved shooting on Monday.

    Detectives have learned that a deputy conducted a traffic stop of a bicycle at the location. After conducting an investigation, the deputy began to affect an arrest of the bicyclist (suspect) for a narcotics charge. The deputy

    and the suspect became in-volved in a physical struggle, during which a deputy-in-volved shooting occurred.

    The suspect fled the scene and it is unknown if he was struck.

    The deputy was trans-ported to a local hospital where they were treated for minor injuries and later re-leased.

    The suspect is described as a male Hispanic, approxi-mately 35 years old, 5'8" tall, and 135 pounds.

    The search and investi-gation is still on-going.

    Anyone with informa-tion about the suspect is en-couraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's De-partment's Temple Station at 626-285-7171. If you prefer to provide information anony-mously, you may call "Crime Stoppers" by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), or texting the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637), or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org.

    Assemblyman Tim Donnelly was cited for hav-ing a loaded .45-caliber handgun in his carry-on bag at the Ontario airport ac-cording to the Sacramento Bee. He was not arrested.

    The paper went on to say The Twin Peaks Re-publican was stopped at a security checkpoint early Wednesday morning, de-tained, and cited by airport police, said Nico Melendez, spokesman for the federal Transportation Security

    Rosemead Sheriff s DeputyNunez Makes Arrest ofAttempted Bank Robber

    At approximately 9:30 AM on Tuesday, Los Ange-les County Sheriffs Temple Station desk received a tele-phone call of an attempted robbery at the Bank of America located on Valley Boulevard, Rosemead.

    Simultaneously, Dep-uty Nunez, who was pa-trolling near the bank on

    Muscatel Avenue, was be-ing flagged down by a bank employee. The employee pointed out the suspect and advised Deputy Nunez what occurred. Deputy Nunez immediately detained the suspect.

    Suspect Daniel Solis had entered the bank and presented a note to the

    teller demanding cash. The suspect became suspicious and fled prior to obtaining any money. As the suspect casually walked from the lo-cation, he was detained by Deputy Nunez. Agents from the FBI and Major Crimes Bureau responded to the location to conduct further investigation.

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    An apt in the 700 block of W. Walnut Av-enue was apparently a growing, albeit illegal busi-

    ness complete with hydro-ponic equipment used to grow the marijuana.

    A water leak tipped off

    officials. The leak was due to the irrigration system. Monrovia PD confiscated the plants.

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    An El Monte Man Remembered During the Rose Parade

    An El Monte Man Remembered during the Rose Parade

    For the eighth year a float in the Rose Parade re-minded people about organ donations. This years Do-nate Life float was the work of hundreds of people led by a coalition of organ donation

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    Santa Anita Park, which opened its winter/spring meeting with an on-track crowd of 44,579 on Dec. 26, posted significant across the board gains through the first six days of its 79-day meet ac-cording to racetrack officials. Through six days, on-track attendance is up 21 percent, while on-track handle is up 11 percent.

    Our opening day crowd was the biggest its been since 1994 and our pa-ri-mutuel figures have been up on-track and across the country, said Santa Anita President George Haines. Were obviously very pleased to be off to such a strong start and we want to sincerely thank our fans and horsemen for making this possible. Its great to be able to renew acquaintances with so many of them and weve also seen a lot of new people here in the first week as well. We cant thank them enough and we want all of them to know that cus-tomer service continues to be a huge priority for us here at Santa Anita.

    Weve been lucky with the weather and our field size has been good. We