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  • Alleged Kmart shooter case may proceed to trial

    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has ruled that the case against a man accused of shooting two Burbank police officers can proceed to trial. The ruling came after two days of testimony this week during the preliminary trial for James Willard,...
  • Selena Gomez obtains restraining order against 46-year-old man

    Selena Gomez obtains restraining order against 46-year-old man
    Disney star Selena Gomez has obtained a restraining order against a 46-year-old man who allegedly planned to kill her based on conversations he had with God. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge William Stewart last week ordered Thomas Brodnicki,...
  • Selena Gomez obtains restraining order against serial stalker

    Disney star Selena Gomez has obtained a restraining order against a 46-year-old convicted stalker who allegedly planned to kill her based on conversations he said he had with God. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge William Stewart last week ordered...
  • Burbank's new city attorney sworn in

    Burbank's new city attorney sworn in
    Burbank's new City Attorney Amy Albano received the oath of office from City Clerk Margarita Compos during her first city council meeting Tuesday evening. Albano joked with the audience and City Council Members that it was her second day on the job, and...
  • Hearing scheduled for man accused of killing Burbank offiicer, injuring another

    After years of postponements, a pre-trial hearing is scheduled next month for David Garcia, the man accused of killing Burbank Police Officer Matthew Pavelka in November 2003. A routine stop outside the Ramada Inn that year escalated into an exchange...
  • Families of Metrolink crash dead to get average of $4.2 million

    Families of Metrolink crash dead to get average of $4.2 million
    Families of the 24 Metrolink passengers killed in the collision with a freight train three years ago in Chatsworth will receive an average of $4.2 million each in compensation under a distribution formula worked out by a Los Angeles judge and made...
  • Q&A: Amy Albano, Burbank's first female city attorney

    Q&A: Amy Albano, Burbank's first female city attorney
    Amy Albano was sworn in this week as Burbank’s first female city attorney, replacing Dennis Barlow, who retired after 14 years. Albano joined Thousand Oaks in 2005 as city attorney after spending 14 years in the City Attorney’s Office at...
  • Gym opens after weighty concerns

    Gym opens after weighty concerns
    After facing initial rejection and then litigation, the new 24 Hour Fitness Super Sport center in Burbank opened on Saturday. The 40,000-square-foot gym, located at 1903 W. Empire Ave., has an indoor lap pool, full-sized outdoor basketball court and a...
  • Burbank accountant accused of stealing from assemblyman's campaign fund

    A Burbank accountant who has worked as a campaign treasurer for many prominent California Democrats is accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the election fund of Assemblyman Jose Solorio (D-Santa Ana), according to a criminal complaint...
  • Police Chief: overhaul in progress

    Police Chief: overhaul in progress
    Twenty months into the job as police chief, Burbank’s top cop continues working to modernize a department besieged by lawsuits and investigations into misconduct and excessive use of force by the FBI and Los Angeles County sheriff's department....
  • Squirrel vs. Burbank, Round 2

    A judge this week ruled in favor of a man who filed a claim against the city of Burbank for another incident in which a squirrel chewed on aluminum wiring, causing a power surge that damaged electrical equipment. Following a hearing on Wednesday in the...
  • Decision on former Burbank officer's case put on hold

    Decision on former Burbank officer's case put on hold
    A federal judge who was scheduled to make a final decision Thursday in a case involving a former Burbank police officer’s claims of discrimination and retaliatory firing instead put the matter on hold until Dec. 5. Last week, U.S. District Court...