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  • Tri-Cities bandit still on the loose

    FBI investigators are trying to identify a man who they say has robbed three banks in Burbank, Glendale and Pasadena within a month. Dubbed the “Tri-Cities” bandit, officials say they don’t know the man’s motive for targeting the...
  • Glendale police locate robbery suspects

    Glendale police locate robbery suspects
    The hunt for two alleged robbers who got away with cash from a Bank of America Monday morning ended hours later after police found them at homes in Northridge and Glendale, officials said. Authorities did not release their identities Monday night....
  • FBI report: Violent, property crime down in Burbank, Glendale

    FBI report: Violent, property crime down in Burbank, Glendale
    A FBI report released this week shows violent and property crimes were down in Burbank and Glendale last year. The report mirrors numbers released this January by police officials in both cities, which saw decreases in the number of reported robberies,...
  • Film review: Casting comes up short in 'Edgar'

    Film review: Casting comes up short in 'Edgar'
    Biopics are often greeted with charges of inaccuracy, since the genre invariably requires simplifications, distortions and even fabrications. It's worse yet when the subjects are universally famous … like, say, J. Edgar Hoover. But “J. Edgar&...
  • Bill would expand DNA search parameters

    Bill would expand DNA search parameters
    A bill recently introduced by Congressman Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) would make it easier for police departments to use DNA technology to solve cold cases. Schiff pointed to last year's break in the 25-year-old so called “Grim Sleeper” serial...
  • Tri-Cities bandit pleads guilty

    A 39-year-old man known as the Tri-Cities bandit pleaded guilty Tuesday to robbing banks in several cities, including Glendale, Burbank and Pasadena, officials said. Ernest Viana, 39, accepted a plea agreement, which required him to enter his guilty plea...
  • Man allegedly flashes laser at private jet, and then police helicopter

    Man allegedly flashes laser at private jet, and then police helicopter
    The FBI is now investigating an incident in which an 18-year-old North Hollywood man allegedly pointed a laser at a private jet landing Thursday night at Bob Hope Airport, and then at the police helicopter sent to find him, officials said. At about 8:...
  • Burbank-based campaign treasurer pleads guilty to fraud charges

    Kinde Durkee, once a go-to campaign treasurer for Democratic candidates in California, pleaded guilty Friday to five counts of mail fraud after an FBI investigation found she pilfered more than $7 million in political funds from at least 50 clients,...
  • 'Tri-Cities bandit' likely suspect in Pasadena bank robbery

    The so-called "Tri-Cities bandit" may have struck again, this time at a Bank of the West in Pasadena on Wednesday afternoon. The Bank of the West branch on the 2500 block of East Colorado Boulevard was robbed Wednesday at about 3:30 p.m., Pasadena Police...
  • 'Tri-Cities Bandit' nabbed, FBI says

    'Tri-Cities Bandit' nabbed, FBI says
    A man suspected of being the Tri-Cities Bandit was arrested Friday by Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies after robbing a First California Bank in Westlake Village, an FBI spokeswoman said. Ernest Viana, 39, was apprehended along with his suspected...
  • Burbank's chief spokesman to take new job in Utah

    Burbank's chief spokesman, Keith Sterling, has announced that he will leave his post in January to become communications director at the University of Utah. Sterling, whose last day is scheduled for Jan. 17, has overseen a major revamp of Burbank's...
  • Man sentenced to six years in 'sextortion' case that started in Glendale

    A Santa Ana man who extorted sexual images from dozens of women via a computer virus was sentenced on Thursday to six years in federal prison. The man, Luis Mijangos, 32, was also allegedly hired to hack into the computer and monitor a woman in Glendale,...