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  • Things finally click for Guards in win

    MALIBU — With a relatively simple offensive change, an identity was found, drives were sustained and points were put up in droves. It took four games of experimenting with different formations and players switching positions, but in Saturday's...
  • Courageous comeback completed

    Courageous comeback completed
    It was a routine move, on a routine play, during a routine practice. It was just about a year ago that Bellarmine-Jefferson High junior baseball player Philip Diaz-McTague was taking part in a fielding drill at shortstop at Burbank's Brace Canyon Park....
  • Retired cop in fatal shooting identified

    Burbank Police officials Tuesday identified the retired Burbank police officer who shot and killed an armed robber Friday at a McDonald’s restaurant in Sunland as Dennis Fischer, of Sunland. Los Angeles police have not yet released the name of...
  • Burroughs can't keep pace with Falcons

    LA CRESCENTA — With the Pacific League finals scheduled for later in the month, many track and field athletes are heading down the home stretch in search of refining their strategies to possibly get there. That proved to be the case during...
  • Burbank win is crucial

    MEMORIAL FIELD — The Burbank High and Crescenta Valley football teams expected nothing less that a tough, physical battle Friday. With the Falcons clinging to hopes of making the postseason and the Bulldogs trying to stay in the hunt for a...
  • Paul, Kermah double up

    ARCADIA — There were plenty of high points and one major disappointment with the Burbank High and Burroughs track and field teams Friday in the Pacific League finals at Arcadia High. The successes were led by the Indians' Shannon Kermah and...
  • Report: Traffic safety improving

    Burbank's pedestrian safety record improved in 2009 among similarly sized cities in California, according to a recent state report. The California Office of Traffic Safety last week ranked Burbank as 31 out of 56 in overall pedestrian safety among...
  • Friendship survives test of time

    I commend the Grove Theater Center for putting on works as challenging as "Bobby and Matt." Kevin Cochran's exciting new play about two friends who endure war, personal hardship and love over the course of a lifetime, is just one of many new works the...
  • No leads on MelroseMac robbers

    Police still have no leads on four suspects who robbed a computer store at gunpoint and injured one employee on Saturday morning At 9:45 a.m. Oct. 16, the group of four black men forced their way into the rear entrance of MelroseMac, located on the...
  • Texting driver's arraignment postponed

    A 24-year-old North Hollywood man facing arraignment on felony reckless driving charges after he allegedly struck an 88-year-old Burbank woman while he was texting and driving was given more time Wednesday to find an attorney by the judge presiding over...
  • Man who allegedly shot two officers outside Kmart pleads not guilty

    The man accused of stealing from a Kmart in Burbank and then shooting and wounding two police officers while handcuffed and being taken to a patrol car pleaded not guilty to attempted murder charges this week. Jamie Warren Willard, 30, of Gresham, Ore.,...
  • Looking to build on success

    Looking to build on success
    It was a successful 2010-11 girls' basketball season for the four local programs. While Burroughs High and Bellarmine-Jefferson won championships in their respective leagues, Providence shared a league title and Burbank was able to advance to the CIF...