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  • The Valley Line: Pasadena Showcase House of Design to open this weekend

    The Valley Line: Pasadena Showcase House of Design to open this weekend
    I just received a note from Jan Du Plain, daughter of Joe Du Plain, the late former owner, publisher and editor of ye old Valley Sun. Jan, who grew up here in La Cañada, for many years has lived in Washington, D.C. She is a faithful reader of our newspaper online and now and then sends me little love notes of what is going on in her world. For those of you who don’t know Jan, she is a mover/shaker up on and down Capitol Hill.
  • Former Burbank police detective seeks reinstatement

    A former Burbank detective fired in the wake of allegations of officer misconduct during an investigation of a robbery at Porto’s Bakery in 2007 filed a petition to reverse his termination, citing an arbitrator’s decision that he should be...

    City agrees to pay former detective $451K in settlement

    The city reached a $451,000 settlement with a former detective who challenged in court a decision by the Burbank city manager to not reinstate him, citing an independent arbitrator’s recommendation that he should get his job back, officials said....

    Following Glendale case, federal appeals court urges police departments to crack down on misconduct

    Following Glendale case, federal appeals court urges police departments to crack down on misconduct
    A federal appeals court called on police departments Thursday to investigate and discipline officers who engage in sexual misconduct with crime victims and others involved in investigations, the Los Angeles Times reports.  The U.S. 9th Circuit Court...

    Tentative opinion seems to support Walmart's appeal to open in Burbank

    Tentative opinion seems to support Walmart's appeal to open in Burbank
    A three-judge panel appeared poised on Thursday to allow Walmart to proceed with a project to open a store in Burbank, according to a tentative opinion on an appeal seeking to overturn a trial court’s ruling that halted the project. “We are...