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  • Letter: Damage from big stores is already done

    Letter: Damage from big stores is already done
    I'm sure that I was not the only Burbank citizen disappointed by Judge Allan J. Goodman's final decision ordering Burbank to rescind Walmart's permits to renovate the former Great Indoors building. I'm sure there are many, many more. The benefits to the city from a Walmart store would more than out-weigh any negative aspects that opponents claim.
  • Gatto's Prop 65 reform bill likely to be law

    Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s bill reforming Proposition 65 looks likely to become law, and no one is happier than the business owner whose suggestion spurred the legislation. AB 227, which passed the Assembly state Senate with unanimous votes, modifies...

    Eddie 'Piolin' Sotelo alleges extortion, sues former workers

    Eddie 'Piolin' Sotelo alleges extortion, sues former workers
    Spanish-language radio star Eduardo "Piolin" Sotelo, formerly based in Glendale, has filed a lawsuit against six former staff members who worked on his canceled Univision Radio program, claiming the group banded together to try to extort $4.9 million from...

    Verdugo Hills Golf Course will challenge historical designation in lawsuit

    Verdugo Hills Golf Course will challenge historical designation in lawsuit
    The owner of the Verdugo Hills Golf Course is suing the city of Los Angeles to halt the designation of part of the property as historically significant, but the suit may not gain traction if a residential development on the site can proceed as planned....

    Battle between attorneys settled

    The lengthy legal battle between the attorneys who won tens of millions of dollars for descendants of Armenian genocide victims has run its course. Mark Geragos and Brian Kabateck, two of the attorneys in class-action lawsuits that descendants of...