Saying she felt that she’d run out of things to say, Carla Schwam continued addressing City Council even a while longer in her last-ditch effort to block a proposed second phase route of the Burbank Channel Bikeway, which she fears could bring hundreds of people within a stone's throw of her...
In addition to that grande iced sugar-free vanilla latte with soy milk or the triple venti half-sweet nonfat caramel macchiato or just the simple tall coffee, at several Starbucks locations in the Los Angeles area customers can grab a pinot noir, a Malbec or a “curated” craft beer as...
In a special closed session of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, the commission authorized its real estate broker to seek best and final offers from three firms for the “B6” property, also known as the “Opportunity” property, near Bob Hope Airport, according to...
Following impassioned opposition from residents of Shadow Hills and other communities along the proposed Palmdale-to-Burbank section of the California High-Speed Rail line, the Burbank City Council agreed to accept $800,000 in state grants for planning activities related to a proposed Burbank bullet...
A bill that would have expanded access to carpool lanes along the Ventura (134) Freeway through Glendale and other neighboring cities during off-peak hours was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday.
A new $12-million agreement with Dallas, Texas-based MV Transportation Inc. means new, compressed-natural-gas buses to shuttle passengers between Bob Hope Airport’s parking lots and terminal building, but without the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority taking on the capital expense...
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Monday, introduced by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Glendale), that will create a “Revocable Transfer on Death Deed,” which could save millions of households from paying probate and attorney’s fees.
In the midst of tense ongoing negotiations between the city of Burbank and the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, Councilman David Gordon has raised questions about the authority’s hiring of a former airport commissioner.
Burbank City Council has rescheduled its normal meeting to Thursday in order to accommodate those observing the Yom Kippur holiday.
BurbankBus is one of 25 municipal transit providers and agencies in Los Angeles County that have joined the TAP network along with Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority.
Burbank city staff members are preparing to go before City Council to discuss a proposed route for the second phase of the Burbank Channel Bikeway, and on Thursday staff will be available to discuss the plans with the public during an open house.
Tuesday’s rain may offer a welcome relief from the hot and dry weather, but with wet days few and far between, many Burbank residents and city officials are concerned about the drought’s impacts on trees.
Heading into its third year, an agreement that made Bob Hope the official airport of the Rose Bowl Stadium and UCLA Athletics has raised awareness of the Burbank airfield, but officials aren’t sure how that translates into its recent passenger increases.
At the end of the summer swim season, Burbank's Public Works Department empties the McCambridge Pool for winter to allow for maintenance work and painting, but that no longer means dumping the water down the storm drain.
Last month, coinciding with Burbank students returning to school, Burbank Water and Power made free wireless broadband Internet service available throughout the city on a “best efforts/as-is” basis, using the city's existing Wi-Fi network, which is used to collect usage data from...
New residents in Burbank will get some help setting up their cable, Internet and phone services under a new program approved by the Burbank City Council on Tuesday. They can also get help hiring moving companies, cleaners and other services.
The Burbank City Council approved a 2% raise for the salaries and pay ranges of the City Clerk, City Treasurer, 11 of the city’s department heads and 80 unrepresented midlevel managers who report to the department heads.
The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority Commission and its operations, legal and finance committees are scheduled to meet Tuesday morning in Burbank.
When the city of Burbank installed temporary cul-de-sacs on four streets and an alley in the city’s Media District at the beginning of the year, it erected a barrier to keep drivers on Cordova, Avon, Lima and California streets from cutting through to Alameda Avenue.
That moment when it’s 10 p.m. and some mystery up ahead on the freeway has caused the right lanes of traffic to stall, while the high-occupancy vehicle lane sits frustratingly empty — it could be a memory for drivers along the Ventura (134) and Foothill (210) freeways.
The Metrolink commuter railroad announced Thursday that it will evaluate the safety of dozens of new crash-resistant passenger cars — the type officials claimed reduced casualties in the collision of a truck and train near Oxnard this year.
In bringing electric vehicle chargers out from the oft-hidden corners of parking garages where they have typically been found, Burbank may have taken the lead in the nation for the number of public, curbside charging stations.
The Burbank city clerk's office is seeking applications from Burbank residents interested in filling a vacancy on the Burbank Housing Corp. board of directors.