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  • Newspaper files suit against Burbank for public records

    The Burbank Leader on Friday filed a lawsuit against the city of Burbank for refusing to disclose detailed information about millions of dollars in merit-based bonuses paid to employees during the past three years. Burbank officials initially provided a...
  • From The Bullpen: Don't vilify families that work together

    OK class, your vocabulary word this month is “nepotism.” Wikipedia defines nepotism as favoritism granted to relatives or friends regardless of merit. What it seems to mean in Burbank is if you have a relative also working for the city, you...
  • Bell fiasco can't be repeated

    If manure flows downstream, cities like Glendale and Ventura have found themselves in it up to their knees. In the weeks since news of the excessive executive salaries at the city of Bell broke, the cascading effects of those pay decisions have...
  • Brothers plead not guilty to fraud charges

    Two Burbank brothers pleaded not guilty to allegedly billing the government at least $300,000 for transporting injured U.S. Postal Service employees to medical appointments that never took place. Roman "Mike" Aghajanyan, 27, and Roland "George"...
  • Gatto hopes for pension reform

    State lawmakers will hold a public hearing in Glendale next month on a pension reform measure proposed by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) that would protect cities from having to contribute to bloated pension obligations for former employees....
  • Studios give back locally

    The Burbank and Glendale movie studios famous around the world know charity begins at home. The Walt Disney Co., Warner Bros. Studios and DreamWorks Animation each donate hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash, gear and volunteer time to a host of...
  • Legislators try to revive old bills

    Local lawmakers used a brief legislative session this month to dust off old bills that never made it, and to push new proposals ahead of the new year. State Sen. Carol Liu (D-La CaƱada Flintridge) reintroduced two measures that failed last year,...
  • State Fund workers to leave town

    More than 700 state workers will leave Glendale and Burbank over the next two years as the State Compensation Insurance Fund consolidates its operations. The department will relocate 512 jobs from the 25-story Unum building to offices in Fresno, Stockton...
  • Start the Presses: What's on tap at the News-Press & Leader

    Now that we've gotten the Sunday News-Press & Leader off the ground, it's time to celebrate. Please stop by our launch party from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at our offices: 221 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale. You'll need to let us know you're coming so we have enough...
  • Restaurant automation has arrived

    It's official. The future has finally arrived. Just like in "The Jetsons" cartoon, you can now push buttons on a computer and the meal of your choice slides out on a tray. OK, maybe not immediately and certainly not for free, but at the new Specialty's...
  • Salaries get prime online placement

    As state officials push for transparency in the wake of the salary scandal in the city of Bell, public employee compensation figures for Glendale and Burbank have recently been moved to more prominent positions on their respective websites. The...
  • Public shrugs at budget cuts

    A proposed city budget that will slash millions in services and raise an assortment of fees to help bridge an $18-million shortfall prompted few people to address the City Council on Tuesday. The relative silence came during a public hearing Tuesday on a...