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  • Walmart may take aim at Target

    Walmart may take aim at Target
    Walmart, the largest retailer in the world, has set its sights on Burbank. Walmart Real Estate Business Trust last month acquired a 12-acre property that houses the Great Indoors store at the Empire Center, which is already home to a Target store and...
  • Walmart's good, bad effects

    Walmart is the biggest and strongest department store in the world. And we could see it in Burbank soon (“Walmart to engage community,” July 20). It will have its good and bad effects on our community. After the public’s swift and...
  • Studios, companies unite for Burbank museum

    Studios, companies unite for Burbank museum
    The Falcon Theatre, Walt Disney Co., Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon are among the creative forces that will contribute to an art exhibit at the Burbank Creative Arts Center that opens Aug. 5. The center is celebrating 100 years of the city’s...
  • High-speed rail agency ordered to reach more minority businesses

    The California High-Speed Rail Authority was ordered Thursday to greatly expand its outreach to and inclusion of small and disadvantaged businesses, concluding a civil rights complaint filed last year with the U.S. Department of Transportation....
  • Gordon's mayoral time has come

    Burbank City Council members defied tradition and spitefully bypassed Councilman David Gordon for the post of mayor. With a new mayoral selection coming, it is hoped that the council majority will rise above the sandbox level with actions more closely...
  • Show's lost sheen hurts biz

    Show's lost sheen hurts biz
    While “Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen’s clash with Warner Bros. plays out under the klieg lights, many others are quietly feeling the economic impact of the Burbank studio’s decision to halt production of the hit comedy....
  • Boulevard burglaries may be connected

    A series of commercial burglaries last week on South Victory Boulevard that resulted in the loss of thousands of dollars worth of equipment may be connected, police say. Three burglaries from facilities in a building on the 800 block of the street...
  • Authorities warn of fire inspector scam

    Authorities are urging residents to be wary of people claiming to be fire inspectors. Cities surrounding Burbank are seeing an increase in scam artists targeting businesses in Los Angeles County and throughout the state. Los Angeles County District Atty....
  • An evening of pre-holiday bliss

    An evening of pre-holiday bliss
    Tomorrow is Thanksgiving eve — the day it all begins — the shopping, travel, food preparations, decorating, gathering, partying and everything else that comes with the hectic holiday hoopla we will all be caught up in over the next five weeks....
  • Walmart and the American worker

    The letters defending Walmart in the Dec. 14 Leader — “Crime isn’t any worse at Walmart” and “Can’t wait for Walmart to arrive” — are laughable because they reflect a total ignorance of the destructive...
  • Drab San Fernando Boulevard in Burbank set for make-over

    Drab San Fernando Boulevard in Burbank set for make-over
    The San Fernando Boulevard corridor is slated for a major revamp that city planners say will make it more attractive to pedestrians and boost real estate values. The City Council on Tuesday approved a conceptual plan to revamp the corridor to accommodate...
  • Green Party candidate: 'It's time to bail out the students'

    Green Party candidate: 'It's time to bail out the students'
    Offering what she called a “green New Deal,” Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein delivered a speech Thursday at Woodbury University in Burbank that focused on jobs, education and the economy. While President Franklin D....