Girls' Volleyball Preview: Expectations no different for Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy

Girls' Volleyball Preview: Expectations no different for Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy

There’s a huge void in the middle of the lineup that the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team will try to fill.

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Glendale Community College women's soccer team aiming for rebound campaign

Glendale Community College women's soccer team aiming for rebound campaign

Sitting in the stands near midfield, Glendale Community College women’s soccer Coach Jorge Mena had a bird’s eye view of his players scrimmaging.

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818 Roundup: IKEA breaks ground on new Burbank store; Joint police operation yields 24 arrests

818 Roundup: IKEA breaks ground on new Burbank store; Joint police operation yields 24 arrests

Good morning, 818! Today is Wednesday, September 2, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 80 and a low of 66, according to the National Weather Service.

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Girls' Cross-Country Preview: Expectations vary, but are still high for city trio

Flintridge Prep cross-country runners Sophie Gitlin, left, and Natalie O'Brien, right, give the Rebels a dynamic 1-2 punch. (Raul Roa/Staff Photographer)

Girls' Cross-Country Preview: Expectations vary, but are still high for city trio

Even though expectations vary for the three city girls’ high school cross-country programs, it’s clear that prosperity is to be anticipated for the Flintridge Prep, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and La Cañada squads.

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Boys' Cross-Country Preview: Improvement is top goal for city squads

Members of the Flintridge Prep boys cross-country team cool down after a practice run at school during the summer. Left to right: Nikhil Poole, Jack Van Scoter, Rab Moran, Joanthan Valhala, Evan Patinelli and Shayam Patel. (Raul Roa/Staff Photographer)

Boys' Cross-Country Preview: Improvement is top goal for city squads

Postseason expectations are all the talk for the city’s three high school boys’ cross-country programs.

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Sports Roundup: Crescenta Valley tennis doubles up Flintridge Sacred Heart

GIRLS’ TENNIS

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Burbank officials take part in groundbreaking for new IKEA store

Burbank officials take part in groundbreaking for new IKEA store

On a wide, flat swath of brown, exposed earth, local officials in business suits and IKEA employees in utilitarian blue-and-yellow garb gathered under a pair of white tents, surrounded by mounds of dirt and abutting concrete walls at 805 S. San Fernando Blvd. in Burbank on Tuesday.

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Joint police effort leads to two dozen arrests in Glendale

Joint police effort leads to two dozen arrests in Glendale

Police arrested 24 people Friday night during a crime-suppression operation conducted in southeast Glendale, authorities said.

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St. Francis Football Preview: Golden Knights have something to prove

St. Francis High, like every other football team at this time of the year, is looking to move forward, to pen another chapter.

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Burbank to give residents access to free recycled water

Burbank cut water usage by 29% in July, compared to a 2013 baseline, according to the latest data released by the State Water Resources Control Board. Overall, Californians cut water use by more than 31% for the month.

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Overall Glendale Unified student numbers drop

Overall, the number of students attending Glendale schools declined slightly this year compared to last year, but a growing number of students are attending elementary schools, according to district data.

Burroughs, Crescenta Valley girls' golf teams place third, fourth, respectively

PACOIMA — After one Pacific League match, Ashley Phelps already likes the makeup of the Burroughs High girls’ golf team.

Glendale Cruise Night delivers same roar

Glendale Cruise Night delivers same roar

Downtown Glendale became a classic car haven Saturday when Cruise Night rolled into town.

<p>St. Francis High senior running back Areg Nazarian is looking to have his best season yet. (Raul Roa/Staff Photographer)</p>

St. Francis' Nazarian poised for biggest season yet

At first glance, the 5-foot-7, 185-pound Areg Nazarian might not look all that special and certainly not intimidating.

<p>Crescenta Valley High's Vasil Halchev shoots at a summer water polo practice at Crescenta Valley High on Monday. (Tim Berger/Staff Photographer)</p>

Boys' Water Polo Preview: Pacific League might be up for grabs

Two traditional powerhouses fought to the last minute before ultimately sharing the Pacific League championship last season. In doing so, the Crescenta Valley High and Glendale boys’ water polo teams raised the bar and forced other teams throughout the league to take notice.

Burb's Eye View: A thank you to the readers for making this 'view' enjoyable

Burb's Eye View: A thank you to the readers for making this 'view' enjoyable

In 2011, I knew two things about Burbank: Its historical society celebrates Johnny Carson and motorsports in almost the same room, and “beautiful Downtown Burbank” had largely remained untouched since the days when “Leave It to Beaver” was filmed on its streets.

<p>Students head into the administration center at Glendale Community College on Monday during the first day of the fall semester.</p>

Fall classes start at Glendale Community College

By Monday afternoon, Meshach Honrado had already attended his sociology and math classes, as well as his speech course on the first day of fall semester at Glendale Community College.

<p>If you like the jolly face and spirit of a cartoon doggy, then you're going to love Atlas. This handsome 2-year-old German Shepherd mix is a smart, affectionate fellow with a smooth tan and white coat. Atlas, A064684, is available for adoption now.</p>

Leader Pet of the Day: Atlas

If you like the jolly face and spirit of a cartoon doggy, then you’re going to love Atlas.

<p>The electronic marquee at Verdugo Woodlands Elementary School displays the high temperature on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015. Woodlanders Are Volunteers for Education, a foundation that supports the school, will have its next meeting on Tuesday, Sept 8, 2015.</p>

Glendale PTA: District parents' groups join in national arts contest

Schools with active PTAs and PTSAs in the Glendale Unified School District are all launching the 2015-16 Reflections art program.

<p>In this photo illustration, a man visits the Ashley Madison website on August 19, 2015 in London, England.</p>

In Theory: Do Ashley Madison hackers have the moral high ground?

Computer hackers calling themselves the Impact Team made news in recent weeks after hacking into the affair-enabling website AshleyMadison.com and threatening to release the information of millions of users if the site’s parent company didn’t cease operations.

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