Jason Henry, SGV Tribune

Jason Henry

SGV Tribune

California, United States

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Recent:
  • SGV Tribune
  • Pasadena Star News
Past:
  • Whittier Daily News
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • O.C. Register
  • Daily Breeze
  • The Sun
  • LB Press-Telegram
  • L.A. Daily News
  • Redlands Daily Facts
  • Daily Bulletin
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • and more…

Recent articles by Jason:

LA County District Attorney pushing to remove La Puente councilmember from office

David Argudo said he believes the effort to remove him from office is a result of recent clashes with other elected officials. → Read More

Cannabis company files federal RICO case against Baldwin Park, former city attorney

Several other public officials also named in federal lawsuit that claims the plaintiff was a victim of “a collusive scheme marred by bribery and corruption.” → Read More

Industry’s ousted reform monitor to pay $350,000 over allegations he failed to do his job

Though the reforms William Lockyer oversaw increased scrutiny of other projects, the Tres Hermanos solar project, now the subject of a criminal case, did not receive the same level of oversight. → Read More

Lobbyist’s $1,100 payment to El Monte councilmember for breast augmentation lawful, FPPC rules

The state’s political watchdog agency found no wrongdoing by Victoria Martinez Muela after reviewing complaint, which drew national attention. → Read More

Former Irwindale police chief accused of sexual harassment by dispatcher

The lawsuit alleges the dispatcher “desperately pleaded” with now-former Chief Ty Henshaw “to stop texting her inappropriately because their affair was over.” → Read More

Former Irwindale police chief accused of sexual harassment by dispatcher

The lawsuit alleges the dispatcher “desperately pleaded” with now-former Chief Ty Henshaw “to stop texting her inappropriately because their affair was over.” → Read More

Former Irwindale police chief accused of sexual harassment by dispatcher

The lawsuit alleges the dispatcher “desperately pleaded” with now-former Chief Ty Henshaw “to stop texting her inappropriately because their affair was over.” → Read More

Killer of California deputy had a history of violence, evading police

San Bernardino County’s district attorney said a failure to hold William Shae McKay “accountable for his crimes has resulted in the tragic loss of a law enforcement deputy.” → Read More

Killer of Riverside County deputy had a history of violence and evading police

San Bernardino County’s district attorney said a failure to hold William Shae McKay “accountable for his crimes has resulted in the tragic loss of a law enforcement deputy.” → Read More

As demand for truck storage spiked, Commerce let company set up parking lots for next to nothing

Experts suggest the city potentially missed out on hundreds of thousands — if not millions — of dollars in revenue over the duration of the leases. → Read More

LA taps contaminated aquifers at Superfund sites to boost drinking water supplies

Three filtration plants in the San Fernando Valley are at the center of a $600 million project to supply water to as many as 261,000 households annually. → Read More

Hiker rescued via helicopter after 200-foot fall near Cucamonga Peak

After the woman slipped on ice, another hiker found her against a fallen tree trunk and used a GPS device to call for help. → Read More

Compton turns over salary records, pays $7,500 to settle lawsuit

An official with Transparent California called the settlement a “great day for open government in California.” → Read More

California developer gets 4 years in prison for $45 million bribery scheme

Arman Gabaee paid $1,000 a month in bribes to a high-level LA County real estate official for preferential treatment, but the official went to the FBI. → Read More

Developer gets 4 years in prison for $45 million Hawthorne mall bribery scheme

Arman Gabaee paid $1,000 a month in bribes to a high-level LA County real estate official for preferential treatment, but the official went to the FBI. → Read More

Ex-Industry city manager files constitutional challenge to charges in $20 million embezzlement case

Attorneys for Paul Philips claim he was denied due process because testimony that could have exonerated him was banned during a preliminary hearing. → Read More

Former assistant coach in Rancho Cucamonga sentenced to 9 years for hidden camera in girls locker room

David Riden, 54, who secretly photographed girls from 2015 to 2021 at Los Osos High School, was sentenced under a plea agreement with prosecutors. → Read More

Compton sued for failing to reveal how much it pays employees

Transparent California, the public pay database, alleges Compton turned over payroll records, but not the names of its employees, in violation of state law. → Read More

Compton sued for failing to reveal how much it pays employees

Transparent California, the public pay database, alleges Compton turned over payroll records, but not the names of its employees, in violation of state law. → Read More

Ontario-Montclair’s highly paid school superintendent bypassed for out-of-state job

If James Hammond had been selected for a college chancellor’s job in Washington state, he would have left Ontario-Montclair with nearly $700,000 in extra pay. → Read More