Jay Leno

Jay Leno talks to news media and photographers. (Alex Collins/Glendale News-Press)

Good morning, readers. Today is Tuesday, August 28. Police are investigating the robbery of a Burbank woman Saturday.

The woman was robbed of necklaces outside of her home as she returned home from shopping for jewelry in downtown Los Angeles. Police say the woman had just parked her car when a man approached her and grabbed the bag of jewelry from her arm. Burbank Leader

Police in Burbank are investigating the theft of a $100,000 car which belonged to television personality Dr. Phil. Authorities say the vehicle was stolen from a Burbank auto repair shop Sunday night. LAist

NBC’s “The Tonight Show” has seen brighter days. After spending years as the nation’s top-rated late-night talk program, “Tonight” recently saw wide layoffs for only the second time in the show’s history, with about 20 people losing their jobs and host Jay Leno taking a pay cut that lopped off more than 10% from his annual salary. Los Angeles Times

San Fernando Valley neighborhood councils are likely to experience high turnover rates this year. The expected high turnover is due to an increased effort to recruit new candidates to fill the seats of the community councils. Daily News

Things are expected to heat up this week in Woodland Hills. The National Weather Service predicts triple-digit temperatures to hit Woodland Hills this week, with today’s high reach 101 degrees. Patch

--Joshua Cox, Times Community News

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