Tuesday morning report, March 29

Five things to know this Tuesday morning: 

1.) Chino Hills' boys basketball team finished its season perfect, prompting memories of Downey's 1956 football team. 


2.) Downey High's robotics team is fundraising in hopes that it can travel to St. Louis this summer for a national competition. 

The Striking Vikings were formed last September under the tutelage of Glenn Yamasaki, and already have been quite successful in regional competitions. 


3.) Yesterday's story about a homeless Downey family in need of help has a happy update

Alex Aguirre, an employee at the new Active store at the Promenade, purchased the boy new shoes, socks and a T-shirt. 

 "I work two jobs to get what I want and live comfortably, but I don't mind helping out a family during rough times, especially when they're greatful for whatever they can get," Alex wrote on Instagram. 


4.) The office building on the northeast corner of Downey and Florence avenues is for sale. Asking price: $4.95 million. 

Bonus: you'd be the Patriot's landlord!


5.) An old photo of Rancho Los Amigos is gaining popularity on Twitter, with more than 400 retweets as of this morning. The image was tweeted by New York Times bestselling author Steve Silberman.