Benghazi still under scrutiny

Last year’s terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, left four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, dead. The attacks are still under intense investigation. The attack involved several assailants from major international terrorist networks, and according to a bipartisan Senate report released in January, the State Department is being blamed for the lack of security. […]

Recreation Center receives design award

The 2013 American School & University’s magazine’s Architectural Portfolio issue recognized California Baptist University’s Recreation Center for its outstanding design and construction. Released at the end of last November, there were 145 facilities profiled that the magazine considered as “idea books for education design and construction.” The Recreation Center received the annual Tilt-Up Achievement Award […]

Fire set in Azusa

Fires swept across Azusa, Calif., Jan. 16, leaving at least three injured and damaging 17 structures. The Los Angeles Times reported that Glendora police Chief Tim Staab said the fire began when three men started an illegal campfire near Colby Trail and Glendora Mountain Road because they were cold. The men were allegedly throwing paper […]