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  • In Theory: Should the U.S. use its military might against ISIS?

    In an open letter issued in late August, 53 religious leaders, mostly Protestant and Catholic, called on the U.S. to stop using airstrikes against Islamic extremists in Iraq and Syria and instead seek more peaceful means to resolving the human rights atrocities there.  But Republican party officials and other prominent Christians, Catholics and Jewish leaders have pushed for more forceful U.S. military action in the region.
  • Burbank police officers placed on leave identified

    Sources have confirmed the identities of the two police officers placed on administrative leave in recent months. Burbank police officers Anthony Valento — who has been outspoken about problems facing the department in the past — and...

    On the Town: Celebrating St. Patrick's Day

    On the Town: Celebrating St. Patrick's Day
    What could have been more perfect for St. Patrick's Day than to have the sun shinin' bright during a wee sprinklin' o' rain that resulted in a rainbow arched over Burbank? While, as of yet, there been no reports of any pots of gold being discovered,...

    Communities rally behind injured Crescenta Valley High graduate, former Navy SEAL

    Communities rally behind injured Crescenta Valley High graduate, former Navy SEAL
    A graduate of Crescenta Valley High School who went on to become a Navy SEAL, is now recovering from a severe injury to his spine and three broken vertebrae after he escorted a patron from a bar, while working as a bouncer in Spokane, Wash. Jason Hogan,...

    English-language students, instructors celebrate citizenship

    English-language students, instructors celebrate citizenship
    Aliza Garabet was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq, the descendant of Armenians who survived the Armenian Genocide. But as the war’s conflict affected the only home she’d ever known, where she had also raised her son and three daughters,...