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  • Man admitted shaking infant, police say

    A Burbank detective on Tuesday testified that a 20-year-old Burbank man accused of killing his five-week-old daughter said in an interview that he shook the baby out of frustration that she wouldn't stop crying or go to sleep. Matthew Wojcik, a graduate...
  • Woman allegedly steals beer at Ralphs, injures store employee

    Woman allegedly steals beer at Ralphs, injures store employee
    A 26-year-old woman was arrested Friday evening after allegedly fighting with two Ralphs supermarket employees while trying to steal a 12-pack of Corona beer, police said. Lestee Singleton of Los Angeles allegedly attempted to leave Ralphs located at...
  • YMCA to host Game+Hack 2014

    The Burbank YMCA, in collaboration with the city and Nickelodeon, is hosting a three-day hackathon — called Game+Hack 2014 — this weekend for computer programmers with ideas for mobile applications. From May 2 to 4, participants will be...
  • Verdugo Pool hosts meningitis talk with Olympic medalist Dara Torres

    Verdugo Pool hosts meningitis talk with Olympic medalist Dara Torres
    Dozens of young swimmers hopped into the Verdugo Pool on Tuesday with twelve-time Olympic medalist Dara Torres to swim 24 laps, signifying that meningococcal meningitis can claim a life in just 24 hours. Swimmers from Burbank and Hancock Park gathered to...
  • Lanes closures expected on Golden State (5) Freeway during construction

    Transportation officials are warning motorists about a number of lane closures this week that are part of the $355 million Empire interchange construction project in Burbank. From Wednesday to Friday, up to two lanes of the Golden State (5) Freeway...
  • Man accused of stabbing to death girlfriend's son competent to stand trial

    A 27-year-old man accused of stabbing to death his girlfriend’s son – a student at David Starr Jordan Middle School in Burbank – was found mentally competent to stand trial after a months-long psychiatric evaluation, authorities said....
  • City offers shuttle service to seniors living in complex with broken air conditioning

    City officials on Friday offered to shuttle seniors who live in the Wesley Tower retirement complex to cooling centers after hearing the air conditioning was broken during the extreme heat. Councilwoman Emily Gabel-Luddy heard the air conditioning wasn&...
  • David Gordon selected mayor

    David Gordon selected mayor
    After eight years of serving on the Burbank City Council, David Gordon was selected — for the first time — to serve as the city’s mayor. Gordon has been elected three times in the last eight years yet has been passed over multiple...
  • Update: Injured cyclist expected to survive

    Update: Injured cyclist expected to survive
    A bicyclist remained hospitalized Tuesday after he was struck by a vehicle in Burbank Sunday night, police said. The 38-year-old man was apparently riding his bicycle southbound on Hollywood Way, on the wrong side of the road, at 11:21 p.m. when he was...
  • Burbank council to take a swing at DeBell backlog

    The City Council on Thursday will consider how to tackle the backlog of unfunded capital improvements at DeBell Golf Club, with city officials having suggested a number of options that include forgiving two loans that together total $3.5 million or...
  • Former member of hip-hop duo New Boyz arrested at Ramada Inn

    A 22-year-old Victorville rapper, formerly of the hip-hop duo New Boyz, was arrested in Burbank Tuesday evening on suspicion of three outstanding arrest warrants, police said. Earl Benjamin, part of the pair best known for viral hit “You’...
  • Sidewalk repair project reaches completion

    Sidewalk repair project reaches completion
    Over the last decade, city officials have repaired roughly 40 miles of damaged city sidewalks, or more than a million square-feet of concrete, marking the completion of a multimillion dollar project to fix every tripping hazard citywide. Public works...