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  • Donors cover ambulance bills for families of electrocution victims

    Donors cover ambulance bills for families of electrocution victims
    VALLEY VILLAGE -- Private donors have committed more than $10,000 to cover ambulance fees for the victims who were either injured or electrocuted as they tried to rescue a 19-year-old Glendale man who crashed into a fire hydrant and downed a power line,...
  • Rise in violent crime rate in Burbank attributed to robberies

    Rise in violent crime rate in Burbank attributed to robberies
    Violent crimes in Burbank jumped 27% last year — a trend police attributed to a spike in robberies, mostly at retail stores where security guards and would-be shoplifters tussle. As a whole, the number of violent crimes — which include...
  • Burbank infant dies of injuries, parents charged

    A five-week-old Burbank infant who was treated for multiple broken bones and brain swelling last month has died and now both her parents have been charged with allegedly playing a role in her death. After the infant was admitted to a local hospital Oct....
  • Mother's attorney disputes infant abuse charge

    The attorney representing the mother of an infant who died of internal injuries said his client had no knowledge of any alleged physical abuse, calling her “very loving, very caring, very soft-spoken.” The mother, 21-year-old Elizabeth...
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: NoHo dining car still closed, Paul Rudd's former life as a D.J.

    Good morning, readers. Today is Wednesday, November 28. With restaurants, coffee shops, bars and art galleries, nightlife is booming in North Hollywood. But Phil's Diner, which served dishes out of a renovated dining car, was shuttered less than a...
  • Animal shelter close to getting X-ray machine

    Gypsy, a German shepherd mix who was brought to the Burbank Animal Shelter with an injured knee, earned her nickname “hero girl” after having to endure two more weeks of pain and a trip to an outside clinic for an X-ray. But soon, others...
  • 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...
  • Ex-Hollywood exec claims bath salts had no role in LAPD encounter

    A former banking and Hollywood executive testified in court Tuesday that he was not under the influence of bath salts when, as he claims in his use-of-force lawsuit, he was badly beaten during a confrontation with two Los Angeles police officers. La...
  • Van strikes, critically injures 75-year-old woman

    Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a motorist of a white utility van which allegedly fled after striking and critically injuring a 75-year-old Glendale woman on Wednesday. The woman, whose identity wasn’t released, suffered head...
  • Three women struck, injured by vehicles in two recent incidents

    Three older women were struck by vehicles in two separate incidents this week, sending all of them to the hospital - one in grave condition. At around 8 p.m. Thursday, two women - one 59 years old and the other 73 - were struck by a car as they were...
  • News-Press Editorial: We must all share the road

    News-Press Editorial: We must all share the road
    Like one-two punches, the horrible news was reported: On Wednesday afternoon and then again on Thursday night, three Glendale pedestrians, all women, and two of them in their 70s, were the victims of hit-and-run accidents. As of this writing, one of those...
  • Gatto's hit-and-run legislation signed into law

    Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law on Saturday a bill introduced  by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) to address the high number of hit-and-run offenses in California. The legislation, AB 184, provides an additional tool to law enforcement...