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Burbank will get a $1.7-million state grant to restore a storm water channel and create 8 acres of habitat at Johnny Carson Park, officials announced Wednesday. The planned project would widen, thicken and add vegetation to the Tujunga Wash creek that...
Testing is underway at Bob Hope Airport that could spell the end of the facility’s diesel-powered bus fleet. The test involves a bus that is fueled by compressed natural gas. If the test is successful, airport commissioners could decide to convert...
A planned transit center for Bob Hope Airport got a $90-million boost this week after officials signed off on issuing the bond debt. The Burbank City Council approved the bonds, which will be issued by the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority....
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The taxi fleet in Burbank is getting greener, and soon those greener pastures will make their way to Glendale. The City Cab lot near Bob Hope Airport sports roughly 110 taxi cabs and minivans. Forty-six of those vehicles, or 42%, are now either gas-...
After two public hearings and lengthy discussions over the course of a month, the Burbank City Council has approved the $120-million transit center for Bob Hope Airport. The original proposal had been postponed to allow city officials to clarify the...
It's only natural for residents already dealing with unpleasant noise and traffic congestion levels around Bob Hope Airport to cast wary eyes at any proposed development there, but plans for a new ground transport hub at Empire Avenue and Hollywood Way...
DOWNTOWN — Burbank on Wednesday unveiled the first plug-in hybrid fuel cell bus in Southern California. The 35-foot-long bus, which emits water as exhaust and uses a hydrogen fuel cell instead of a gas or diesel engine, will be put into service on...
Change of SubjectThink Progress reports: A massive toxic waste spill from an oil and gas operation in northern Alberta is being called one of the largest recent environmental disasters in North America. First reported on June 1, the Texas-based Apache Corp. didn’t.....
A dangerous plant that has the potential to cause blindness has not been found in Indiana in 3 to 4 years. That is according to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. Other media organizations have reported the plant was found in two local...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is accepting applications to fund projects that will protect Missouri’s waters from pollution caused by stormwater runoff. Pollution caused by stormwater runoff, referred...
Tribune reporterGov. Pat Quinn today signed sweeping legislation to regulate horizontal hydraulic fracturing, better known as "fracking." The move, which was expected, adds a bevy of restrictions and protections to an industry that while legal, was largely unregulated....
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is considering a sweeping initiative to address climate change, including the first-ever limits on carbon dioxide from power plants, the country's biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions, according to...
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