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  • Authorities continue search for missing FBI agent on foot

    Burbank police on Friday continued their search for an FBI agent on foot in the Verdugo hills, one week after he was reported missing from his home. Authorities had been relying on air support in their search for 35-year-old Stephen Ivens, who on May...
  • Man pleads not guilty to killing estranged girlfriend in Studio City

    A Burbank man pleaded not guilty Friday to charges that he stabbed his estranged girlfriend and left her in a Studio City park, officials said. Stephen Joanou Jr., 26, is charged with killing 32-year-old Rosamond resident Patrina Sabella, who was...
  • Elderly man rescued from Burbank wash

    Elderly man rescued from Burbank wash
    A 76-year-old Burbank resident was sent to a local hospital after he was found at the bottom of a wash on Alameda Avenue Friday afternoon. Burbank firefighters arrived at the scene after receiving reports of an injured person laying in the wash east of...
  • Authorities stop searching Verdugo Mountains for missing FBI agent

    Authorities stop searching Verdugo Mountains for missing FBI agent
    Authorities have stopped actively combing local mountains and hillsides for an FBI agent who went missing from his Burbank home nearly two weeks ago, instead basing their search on tips from the public, a police official said Wednesday. The decision came...
  • Judge to rule on former police officer's suit

    A federal judge is reviewing whether a lawsuit filed by a former Burbank police detective who claims he was fired in retaliation for whistle-blowing may proceed, or if he must first complete the city's appeal process. Former Det. Pete Allen claims the...
  • Brothers sentenced to federal prison for public housing fraud scheme

    Two Burbank brothers were each sentenced Monday to nearly two years in federal prison for conspiring to steal more than $500,000 that was intended for public housing for the disabled, according to the U.S. Attorney General’s Office. In addition...
  • Prayer is not enough for councilmen

    Note to Mailbag contributor Bob Hastings, who believes he needs to pray more for his civic leaders (“Fuzzy reasoning from this council,” May 26). Don't waste your time. Instead, use your vote, the only power you have over them, to drum out...
  • Taylor trial: Witness says investigation didn't show evidence of interference

    The attorney for a former Burbank deputy police chief who claims he was fired because he complained about internal issues questioned the validity Thursday of an outside investigator's report that played a role in his client's termination. The former...
  • Family of missing Burbank FBI agent launches own search

    Family of missing Burbank FBI agent launches own search
    The family of an FBI agent who disappeared from his Burbank home more than a month ago made an emotional plea on Wednesday for the public’s help in preventing the case from going cold. It was the second time the family of Special Agent Stephen...
  • Volunteer search effort for missing FBI agent comes up empty

    More than 30 people volunteered this past weekend to join in the ongoing search for FBI Special Agent Stephen Ivens, who disappeared from his Burbank home more than a month ago. The volunteers were “mostly strangers who cared enough to help us out,...
  • Armenian cop alleges ethnic slurs, harassment

    Testimony in another trial pitting a police officer against the city began this week in Los Angeles County Superior Court, this time centering on claims that an Armenian American detective endured ethnic slurs and other forms of harassment. Burbank...
  • Karagiosian trail: Burbank officer tells of years of ethnic harassment, discrimination

    The Armenian American police detective who is suing the city over allegations he was harassed and discriminated against because of his ethnicity took the stand during his suit’s trial this week, sharing with the jury years of alleged ethnic slurs...