BURBANK — It might not be the more glamorous part of producing offense, yet the members of the Burbank High baseball team seemed to have perfected the art of bunting.
Protection from discrimination based on sexual orientation will now be part of the Defense Department’s equal-opportunity policy, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announced Tuesday, June 9.
The person of interest in the double homicide in Glendale was hospitalized with "significant" injuries several days ago after crashing his car, police said.
The Burbank City Council is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, June 30 at 6 p.m. inside the council chambers at City Hall, 275 E. Olive Avenue.
A fire ripped through a metal finishing business in Burbank early Monday morning, officials said.
A former John Burroughs High School employee pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges that he had sexual relationships with two female students, officials said.
Kumiko (Rinko Kikuchi, who was Oscar-nominated for her role in “Babel”) plays a 29-year-old Tokyo office worker with no life to speak of. Her job is demeaning, and she has no close friends (except her bunny rabbit). Her future is a void.
[UPDATED 6/29 3:46 p.m.] Burbank police are looking for two robbers who reportedly tied up a cell phone store employee and customer and made off with $20,000 worth of merchandise on Sunday, authorities said.
The six Angulo brothers spent most of their teen years in a crowded apartment in a New York housing project. They didn't merely live there; they lived there. That is, their strict father refused to allow them to leave those few rooms. Once or twice a year, he relented, but, otherwise, the family was almost completely insular. (Mom dealt with the groceries and pretty much every other practical aspect of their existence.)
Those of you old enough to remember will recall Delacey’s Club 41 in Old Town Pasadena. It was there for years, the only place in town to get a nice steak and Caesar salad. It closed in 2007, paving the way for a succession of replacement restaurants like the Spitfire Saloon and Cheval Blanc. Luckily none of them changed the interior too drastically because the building has great bones.
The grandson of an elderly couple found dead inside their Glendale home over the weekend has been taken in for questioning by police, officials said Monday.
The poster as a medium of communication underwent a renaissance in the 1960s. Provocative statements, bold colors and clever images were everywhere — from retail spaces to protest marches to classrooms and college dorms. Important graphic designers like Milton Glaser, Andy Warhol and the rock music artists working in San Francisco have all been critically examined and exhibited. That only makes the omission of innovator Sister Mary Corita Kent puzzling.
Cartoonist Bert Ring on the current state of the roads in Burbank.
An anonymous tip led authorities to a 32-year-old man suspected of leading a former Burbank police cadet on a vehicle pursuit in Bakersfield that claimed his life, police said.
GLENDALE — When the Burbank Junior All-Stars rallied to defeat Crescenta Valley-Foothill-Vaquero on Saturday to even the District 16 softball championship series, they didn’t just force the deciding game, they carried the momentum into Sunday that ultimately proved to be a major factor.
GLENDALE — Complete and utter domination by the Burbank 9-10 All-Stars in their sweep of the Tujunga-Jewel City/Jewish War Veterans-Foothill All-Stars in the District 16 Minor Softball championship round has them going to the Section 2 Tournament.
Police said they were investigating a possible double homicide Sunday after discovering the bodies of a couple in their 70s and 80s in their Glendale home, KTLA reported.
GLENDALE — Thirty-three runs, 32 hits and three hours and 18 minutes worth of play produced one exciting game, while also lining up a potentially thrilling finale between the Burbank and Crescenta Valley-Foothill-Vaquero Junior softball all-stars.
GLENDALE — Down to its final out and on the verge of having its summer season come an end, the Burbank Major All-Stars softball team needed a savior.
With the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage anticipated Friday, two of the plaintiffs in the landmark case that struck down California’s voter-approved same-sex marriage ban Proposition 8 in 2013 were waiting with the TV on, laptops and iPad at the ready.
Good morning, 818! Today is Friday, June 26, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 86 and a low of 63, according to the National Weather Service.
LA CAÑADA — St. Francis High’s new-look basketball team and first-year coach Todd Wolfson, who came from Mission League rival Chaminade in May, have been working together to make a seamless transition.
The median price for a single-family home in Glendale dropped last month, but to a price that’s the second highest point so far this year, while the number of homes for sale was the most for 2015, according to the latest real estate report.
Police and fire officials made up most of the top earners at City Hall in 2014 with the pay of some nonmanagement employees clocking in well above that of their supervisors.
Last summer, a few months before his September wedding, Burbank native Robert De Leon thought he’d found the perfect home for his future family — a one-story English Tudor Revival-style house on Magnolia Boulevard.
Glendale school officials agreed to hire a Realtor for a potential property exchange, a few months after Burbank-based development firm, Chandler, Pratt & Partners expressed interest in the district’s headquarters and surrounding property.
A portion of Burbank residents’ costs for purchasing pool covers will be covered under a new Burbank Water and Power rebate approved by the City Council on Tuesday.
After 45 years serving as a hub of charity and conviviality, St. George’s Dragon Thrift Shop on Foothill Boulevard closed its doors last week, to the surprise of many of its volunteers and patrons, as well as those who benefited from its goodwill.
Do extreme sports get you going? Are you stoked to witness the glory of alternative super athletes? Then wait till you get a load of Tommy ... the bunny.
As utilities operators look to a future with greater power generation coming from renewable resources, they face a challenge described in what’s known as the “duck curve,” a graph showing how electricity supply and demand change sharply throughout a one-day period.