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  • Roger Broggie Jr. dies at 73; audio-animatronics whiz for Disney

    Roger Broggie Jr. dies at 73; audio-animatronics whiz for Disney
    The son of Disney's original Imagineer, Roger Broggie Jr. began working for the man he called "Uncle Walt" as a boy in 1950 when he tended the backyard railway at the studio mogul's Holmby Hills home. Broggie was 11 when he and his younger brother,...
  • Disney unveils plans to revive its video game business

    Disney unveils plans to revive its video game business
    Long stuck in low gear, Walt Disney Co.’s video game division is aiming for infinity. The entertainment conglomerate on Tuesday unveiled plans for a high-stakes initiative called Disney Infinity that could determine the success or failure of its...
  • Head of Burbank teachers union clashes with Assemblyman Mike Gatto

    Head of Burbank teachers union clashes with Assemblyman Mike Gatto
    A vote on delegates to the Democratic State Convention has led to some acrimony, with the head of the Burbank teachers union accusing Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silverlake) of using heavy-handed tactics to win. A slate of candidates endorsed by Gatto...
  • Sherman alleges Berman illegally overpaid brother for campaign work

    Sherman alleges Berman illegally overpaid brother for campaign work
    It's the latest twist in an increasingly vitriolic campaign for Congress: Rep. Brad Sherman is going after payments made to the brother of his rival, fellow Democratic Rep. Howard Berman. In a complaint filed Thursday with the Federal Election...
  • 5 Freeway closed in both directions; truck crashes through center divider

    The 5 Freeway is closed in both directions in Burbank after a big rig crashed through the center divider at Buena Vista Street. The crash has jammed traffic for miles, and officials are not sure when the freeway will reopen. [Updated at 5:45 p.m.: One...
  • Dining review: Grain Lab stands out from the chain crowd

    Dining review: Grain Lab stands out from the chain crowd
    Squeezed on all sides by chain shops and eateries in Burbank's Empire Center, Grain Lab is an independent island. The small eatery, which opened last month, has the minimal look of a hip chain, with a slightly industrial-meets-organic laboratory feel with...
  • 'The Tonight Show' experiences dark days

    'The Tonight Show' experiences dark days
    As the No. 1 late-night show for most of the past half-century, "The Tonight Show" has been vital to NBC's fortunes. It was the network's most profitable entertainment program during its 1990s peak, kicking an estimated $100 million to the bottom line...
  • Berman, Sherman taking campaigns to TV

    Rep. Howard Berman has begun running two cable TV campaign ads, the first since the primary election, in his bruising battle with fellow Democratic Rep. Brad Sherman. Unlike the increasing vitriol spilled on both sides as the two House veterans compete...
  • North Hollywood man suspected of burglarizing 200 cars

    Los Angeles police have arrested a parolee they suspect may have burglarized as many as 200 cars, most of them in parking structures, after first blocking out surveillance cameras with silver paint. Frank Chibbaro, 38, was arrested Tuesday while...
  • Water board wraps chromium 6 investigation at Walt Disney Studios

    Water board wraps chromium 6 investigation at Walt Disney Studios
    The Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board has concluded an investigation into contamination on the site of the Walt Disney Studios, a senior board official said. The agency’s decision comes a day after The Times reported the board, along...
  • Bullet train authority steps up hiring to fill long-vacant posts

    Bullet train authority steps up hiring to fill long-vacant posts
    Plugging long-standing vacancies in its management team, the agency that plans to build the state bullet train system announced Monday the hiring of a chief administrative officer and seven other individuals to fill a variety of top executive posts....
  • In China, Warner Bros. feels the sting of dueling film releases

    In China, Warner Bros. feels the sting of dueling film releases
    China is rolling up the red carpet for Hollywood. Just six months after Chinese and American leaders reached a new agreement allowing more foreign movies into the world's most populous nation, officials there are trying to torpedo the box office...