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  • Burbank and Glendale to purchase new helicopter as part of joint agreement

    Burbank and Glendale together are purchasing a new helicopter to replace a two-decades-old one that officials say is past its service life. The Burbank City Council last week unanimously approved the purchase. The city will split the $2.9-million cost...
  • Burbank police investigate vandalism of cars

    A series of car vandalism incidents were reported in Burbank late last week, some of which were similar in nature, police said. Three car owners reported discovering slashed tires and key marks on their cars Thursday morning, said Burbank Police Sgt....
  • Man pleads guilty in bathroom filming case

    A 28-year-old Arleta man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to secretly filming someone in a restroom where he worked in Burbank, authorities said. Eduardo Herrera pleaded guilty to one count of secretly filming an identifiable person who may be undressed, and...
  • Burbank man charged with attempted murder in stabbing

    Felony charges were filed Thursday against a 22-year-old Burbank man suspected of stabbing a Sunland man last month. Eric Wang was charged with one count of attempted murder using a knife and another count of assault with a deadly weapon, according to...
  • Debate heated over Burbank zoning rules

    A contentious Burbank City Council meeting Tuesday where residents continued to protest transitional and supportive housing in residential neighborhoods ended with city officials promising more community outreach and communication with state legislators...
  • Burbank City Council opts for more meetings

    The Burbank City Council will be meeting more frequently starting this month after not holding meetings several times last year, which some city officials said caused regular meetings to run past midnight. In the 10 Tuesdays since Thanksgiving, the...
  • Group housing issue pushes buttons

    The Burbank City Council on Tuesday continued the discussion on how to effectively and legally regulate group homes in residential neighborhoods, ultimately requesting that city staff bring back more information on a number of ideas generated by council...
  • Woman files discrimination lawsuit against city of Burbank

    A 50-year-old African American city employee has filed a lawsuit against the city of Burbank alleging race and age discrimination after multiple unsuccessful attempts to get a new job with the city, records show. Terri Quickley, an 11-year city clerical...
  • Mieliwocki to lead Burbank on Parade

    A Burbank teacher honored by President Barack Obama in 2012 after being selected as National Teacher of the Year was chosen this week as the grand marshal for this year’s Burbank on Parade. Rebecca Mieliwocki, a Glendale resident and seventh-grade...
  • Burbank Water and Power to host town hall meetings

    Residents will have an opportunity to weigh in on Burbank Water and Power operations at two upcoming town hall meetings hosted by the utility. The meetings will be held Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to noon and April 16 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Both meetings will...
  • Police, Red Cross seek blood donors

    The Burbank police and fire departments, in collaboration with the American Red Cross, are hosting a blood drive this month. Donors can register online or just show up to the Feb. 18 drive, which will be held in the community room of the Community...
  • Antique shotguns, golf clubs stolen in residential burglaries

    Two antique shotguns were among the numerous items stolen from a Burbank home in one of two residential burglaries reported to police over the weekend. Sometime between 7:20 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. Saturday, a home in the 600 block of East Palm Avenue was...