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  • Search for permanent Burbank police chief could finish by mid-October

    Search for permanent Burbank police chief could finish by mid-October
    The search for a permanent Burbank police chief nearly three years after Scott LaChasse was appointed to the interim position could wrap up by mid-October, city officials said this week. During an update to the Burbank City Council on Tuesday,...
  • Falcon Theatre comedy spoofs modern big business

    Falcon Theatre comedy spoofs modern big business
    If you’ve ever been put off by a job interview that was intimidating, demeaning or just plain strange, be thankful you weren’t among the candidates for a job at Burnham & Burnham, the fictional Fortune 500 company in “The Grönholm...
  • Bob Hope Airport seeks to capitalize on West L.A. construction delays

    Bob Hope Airport seeks to capitalize on West L.A. construction delays
    Seeking to capitalize on the lengthy construction projects on the San Diego (405) Freeway and Los Angeles International Airport, officials at Bob Hope Airport will soon launch a $150,000 marketing campaign touting the regional airfield’s...
  • Brad Sherman leading Howard Berman in race, independent poll shows

    Rep. Brad Sherman had a 13-point lead over fellow Democratic Rep. Howard Berman, according to a poll taken for KABC Channel 7. Conducted by SurveyUSA, the poll is the first independent sampling of voters released since the June primary, in which...
  • Green Party candidate: 'It's time to bail out the students'

    Green Party candidate: 'It's time to bail out the students'
    Offering what she called a “green New Deal,” Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein delivered a speech Thursday at Woodbury University in Burbank that focused on jobs, education and the economy. While President Franklin D....
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: Carmageddon improves air quality, Federal school grants come with strings and candidates prepare for local races

    Good morning, readers. Today is Sunday, September 30. It's the last day of the month. We're getting close to the November election.  At this point, you've probably decided on a presidential candidate, but what about local races? Who's running and what...
  • Berman attacks Sherman over (legal) loans practice

    Berman attacks Sherman over (legal) loans practice
    Rep. Howard Berman, trying to come from behind in his fight with fellow Democratic Rep. Brad Shermanfor a San Fernando Valley congressional district seat, Monday slammed Sherman for having earned interest on loans he made to his campaigns over the years...
  • Democratic clubs to hold Burbank fundraiser

    The executive boards for three local Democratic clubs will hold a fundraiser for several candidates running in the 43rd state Assembly District at 5 p.m. May 27 at Flappers Comedy Club, 102 E. Magnolia Blvd. in Burbank. Called the “43rd AD Get...
  • Think Again: California incumbents face a new challenge

    It’s going to be a fun-filled year ahead as we try to figure out where we are going as a country, as a state and as local communities. If we’ve seen any lesson thus far, even with the early Iowa Republican Caucus, every vote counts. In Iowa,...
  • Council moves to block T-Mobile cell tower in Burbank

    Council moves to block T-Mobile cell tower in Burbank
    Residents were successful Tuesday in keeping a wireless telecommunications facility out of their neighborhood after Burbank City Council members pledged to block the project. Amid an overflow crowd at the council’s chambers, officials were directed...
  • Camphor trees back in Burbank spotlight

    Camphor trees back in Burbank spotlight
    A decision by Burbank City Council members last year to not remove a row of trees despite concerns the foliage would damage a new multi-million stadium at Burroughs High School has caught up with them. _________________________ FOR THE RECORD: This...
  • Public picks their favorite names for rescued lion cubs

    Public picks their favorite names for rescued lion cubs
    After more than 100 people submitted nearly 200 possible names for the two mountain lion cubs rescued in Burbank last month, these two names were your favorite: Olive and Magnolia. Readers voted in an online poll where Olive and Magnolia took the top...