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  • Sex offender arrested in Burbank pleads not guilty to possessing child porn

    A 69-year-old convicted sex offender pleaded not guilty Friday to one felony count of possessing child pornography, which police said was found during a routine traffic stop in Burbank. Donald Cowan of Moreno Valley was arrested Wednesday on suspicion...
  • Federal grand jury still probing Burbank Police Department, records show

    Federal grand jury still probing Burbank Police Department, records show
    A federal grand jury is continuing to examine evidence as part of a years-long investigation into alleged civil rights violations by Burbank police officers, according to court documents and sources familiar with the investigation. Officials with the U....
  • Judge denies Burbank's request to throw out former police officer's lawsuit

    A judge on Wednesday denied Burbank's request to throw out a lawsuit filed by a former police officer who claims he was fired in retaliation for exposing alleged misconduct by his colleagues. The attorney for former officer Pete Allen hailed the judge&...
  • Schiff hails legislation for DNA collection of those arrested for felonies

    Schiff hails legislation for DNA collection of those arrested for felonies
    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) on Monday hailed the bipartisan support of a bill that would award grants to states that start programs to collect DNA samples of people arrested on suspicion of violent felonies. The legislation, which is headed to...
  • Judge rejects bid to halt California high-speed rail project

    Judge rejects bid to halt California high-speed rail project
    A Sacramento County judge has rejected a bid by agricultural interests to temporarily halt California's bullet train project in the Central Valley until a lawsuit can be decided. After a three-hour hearing, Superior Court Judge Timothy Frawley on Friday...
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: Driver pleads not guilty in electrocution deaths of Good Samaritans, Pacoima man sentenced in San Fernando Valley robbery spree

    San Fernando Valley roundup: Driver pleads not guilty in electrocution deaths of Good Samaritans, Pacoima man sentenced in San Fernando Valley robbery spree
    Good morning, readers. Today is Tuesday, November 20. Arman Samsonian, 19, pleaded not guilty to charges related to the death of two women, who were electrocuted as they tried to help after Samsonian crashed into a fire hydrant and light pole in Valley...
  • Burbank infant dies of injuries, parents charged

    A five-week-old Burbank infant who was treated for multiple broken bones and brain swelling last month has died and now both her parents have been charged with allegedly playing a role in her death. After the infant was admitted to a local hospital Oct....
  • Family sues BUSD in Beck case

    The family of a Burbank teenager who had a sexual relationship with his middle school teacher has filed a lawsuit against the school district alleging that it failed to safeguard the student from an aggressive predator. In March, Amy Beck, a sixth-grade...
  • Government drops airport applesauce assault case

    A judge has dismissed the final complaint against the woman who engaged in a tussle last year with a federal transportation security agent over carry-on applesauce and other snacks for her 93-year-old mother at Bob Hope Airport. An administrative...
  • Police: Man went on robbery spree

    A 23-year-old Sun Valley man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to committing five street robberies at knifepoint within 30 minutes. Andy Alvarado was arrested Sunday night after allegedly demanding cash, car keys and even a bicycle from people along the North...
  • Man pleads not guilty to burglary

    A Burbank man on Thursday pleaded not guilty to burglarizing a parked car while pushing his 2-year-old son in a stroller. Frederic Strobel, 31, was pushing his son in a stroller at about 3:50 p.m. Tuesday along the 2600 block of Wyoming Avenue when he...
  • Local man facing charges in Illinois

    A Burbank man is facing fraud charges in Illinois for allegedly charging customers for unsolicited identity theft protection services. The owner of Glendale-based ID Lifeguards Inc., Arthur Natanyan, faces charges under the provisions of Illinois'...