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For families with autistic children, the stress and anxiety of air travel is a unique challenge – which is why JetBlue is partnering with Bob Hope Airport in Burbank to give those families a chance for an air-travel dress rehearsal. JetBlue’s...
Las Candelas will celebrate 60 years of serving emotionally challenged children during its Springtime's Promise fashion show luncheon on Monday at the Marriott-Burbank Airport Hotel. Members continue to provide mental health, life skills and cultural...
Tags: Health, Mental Health, Linda Evans
A woman enters unlocked homes, looking in mirrors combing what she thinks are silk worms coming from her head. A man is holed up in a room full of guns as he fights voices in his head that are telling him to kill himself. Prior to the establishment of a...
Burbank police now have a licensed clinician from the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health working with officers on a full-time basis — a program they say could be a model for other cities. The collaboration furthers the department's...
The Burbank Tennis Center has built a reputation for hosting community events that benefit a wide variety of individuals. When the Burbank Tennis Center was still in the planning stages, Steve Starleaf had a definite vision of what he hoped the...
Tags: Health, Special Olympics, Down Syndrome, Autism, Tennis
More than 150 law enforcement personnel, about 100 of them from the FBI, are searching for a missing FBI agent from Burbank who is believed to be suicidal and possibly armed. Stephen Ivens, 35, a Los Angeles-based agent specializing in national...
Tags: FBI, Justice System, Health, Suicidal Behavior, Suicide
When Burbank and Glendale went it alone on the homeless winter shelter front — significantly cutting down on the number of beds in the process — there was hue and cry from other shelter operators that the move would leave the masses out in the...
John Hall is a successful entrepreneur and is earning his doctorate in education from USC. He's married, 37, and has two kids. By all accounts, Hall has a successful life. And all of it despite an early childhood diagnosis that could have set him on a...
Tags: Health, Diets and Dieting, Gluten-free Diet, Autism
Burbank Police Sgt. Mike Parrinello envisions himself as the one to help keep homeless people on the path to recovery and off the streets. “We’re the go-betweens, since we have contact with them,” Parrinello said. “We’re...
Tags: Health, Mental Health, Social Issues, Conservation, Homelessness
The number of mental health-related emergency calls has increased significantly in the last two years, police said, prompting a fresh approach for tackling the problem. With the beating death of a mentally ill homeless man by two Fullerton police...
They are special individuals who have found a special place. For many from a group who have been told what they cannot do throughout their lives, a three-day event at the Burbank Tennis Center showcased that they can indeed accomplish a great deal...
Pam MacDonald’s answer to the scarcity of gluten-free products will open its store doors in three weeks on West Magnolia Boulevard. When it opens, it will become the largest such store in the nation, representatives said. Pam MacD’s Gluten...
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