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A 70-year-old Burbank man remained in jail Friday in lieu of $1.02-million bail as authorities awaited the official cause of death for his wife, who was found dead with a head wound in their home three days earlier. Than man, Joseph Robert Brancato,...
Youths enrolled in the city’s Summer Daze day camp learned how airport police and fire departments handle emergencies and fight crime during a tour of Bob Hope Airport on Wednesday. Police officers demonstrated the T3 electric stand-up vehicle&...
To the untrained eye, the options looked bleak. At the right were steep mountains sprinkled with cell phone towers and electrical lines. To the left a creeping marine layer blanketed the beaches. And even from the vantage of 4,500 feet, the landing...
Relief for the roughly 250 transients in Burbank could become more accessible after the City Council this week approved changes to city zoning laws that would allow homeless shelters to be built certain areas. State law requires all cities to designate...
Bob Hope Airport officials missed by millions when they estimated the costs of a proposed four-story transportation hub because of unrealistic expectations, last-minute design changes and unaddressed inflation concerns, according to contractors who sought...
A proposal to close firefighting operations out of a West Burbank station for nine months will allow the fire department to meet its 5% spending cut, but Chief Ray Krakowski warned that emergency response times will be affected citywide. Under the plan,...
City officials are looking into whether developers of a massive NBC Universal project are underestimating how the added traffic will affect surrounding streets in West Burbank. The influx could be significant. The nearly 400-acre site for the NBC...
BURBANK — From extinguishing a small fire to rescuing someone trapped under a refrigerator, six teams on Saturday demonstrated their best disaster-preparedness skills in an inaugural Community Emergency Response Team challenge. Teams assessed and...
WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistThe American Red Cross has 400 Emergency Response Vehicles (ERV) in the country. During Sandy, the entire fleet deployed. Each ERV can distribute up to 300 meals at a time, so usually it's breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The vehicles are packed with...
Organizers from the city of Newport Beach's emergency program recognized some of their own during an annual awards dinner last week. Friday's event for the CERT, or Community Emergency Response Team at the OASIS Senior Center in Corona del Mar honored...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents, FEMA
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsSo this is what rising sea levels look like. From South Florida's beachfront enclaves to the low-lying streets of Lower Manhattan, Sandy has given us a grim preview of what awaits a world where water wins out against man-made development.......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsPalm Beach County and the rest of Florida getting turned down for federal aid in the wake of Tropical Storm Isaac came as a surprising snub ??? especially given who signed the letter. The Federal Emergency Management Agency last week......
Tags: Jeb Bush, Politics, FEMA, Local Government, Charlie Crist
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