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  • Drew Ferraro case will not go to trial

    Drew Ferraro case will not go to trial
    The case involving former Crescenta Valley High School student Drew Ferraro, who killed himself on campus in 2012 when he was 15 years old, will not go to trial as his parents’ attorneys had hoped, following a Superior Court judge’s ruling...
  • 818 Roundup: Toxicology report released in fatal accident; Trial for CVHS suicide

    818 Roundup: Toxicology report released in fatal accident; Trial for CVHS suicide
    Good morning, 818! It's Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 71 degrees and a low of 53 degrees. Your headlines for the day: - The 19-year-old driver in the off-roading car crash that claimed the lives of...
  • Around Town: When a lawyer had the region to himself

    La CaƱada Flintridge boasts more lawyers and judges per square foot than any other region in the county. Do you want proof? I don’t have any, just an opinion based on anecdotal evidence. Our demographics were different in the 19th century. The...
  • Lawsuit alleges Glendale councilman caused firing of antismoking hospital worker

    Lawsuit alleges Glendale councilman caused firing of antismoking hospital worker
    An antismoking advocate who claims Ara Najarian got him fired from Glendale Adventist Medical Center after he spoke out against the councilman’s proposal to loosen smoking rules at restaurants is scheduled to have his day in court next spring. A...
  • Santos' case will not be heard

    The California Supreme Court declined on Wednesday to review the case of a reputed gang member convicted in a series of armed robberies — one of which was witnessed by undercover Glendale detectives — from November 2010 to June 2011, court...
  • 'Horrible care' alleged at Montrose nursing home

    [UPDATED Oct. 9, 2014 at 4:52 p.m. ] A proposed class-action lawsuit was filed this week against the owner and operator of dozens of California nursing facilities, including one located in Montrose, alleging that the facilities are chronically...
  • Glendale resident accused in loan-shark case

    A Glendale man is one of six people accused in a loan-sharking case in which the defendants allegedly ran several sham businesses in Southern California offering “exorbitant” car title loans to unsuspecting customers who lost thousands of...
  • GUSD files complaint against county

    After a Hoover High instructor was sentenced to three years in prison in May for sexually assaulting a female student on campus, the teen filed a lawsuit against Glendale Unified and Los Angeles County the next month. Now, the school district also...
  • Lawsuit over utility-fund transfer continues

    As a trial on the legitimacy of Glendale's utility-fund transfer continues to inch forward, critics of the practice continue to claim it is illegal, while city attorneys counter the transfer has always been proper. Both sides are due back in court Dec....
  • Drayman's payments lowered

    Former Councilman John Drayman's monthly $1,000 restitution payments to the victims he embezzled from were reduced by more than half after financial evaluators showed he wasn't earning much income, though a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge told him this...
  • Glendale man heads to prison as part of fraud scheme

    A Glendale man was sentenced in a North Dakota courthouse on Wednesday to serve seven months in prison for his role in a multimillion-dollar scheme defrauding Medicare. Last September, Hovakim David Mkhitarian pleaded guilty to fraud charges for his...
  • Comfort-women statue opponents file appeal

    Comfort-women statue opponents file appeal
    Opponents of a controversial statue in a city park filed an appeal this week to a judge's decision against removing the installation dedicated to women coerced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. U.S. District Court...