| Oct 20, 2010
Do you want to know what is wrong with America? Just take a look at the Saturday edition of the LATEXTRA section of the Los Angeles Times.
Staring at you on the front page, a photo of two of our more infamous leaders. Gavin Newsom, who had an affair...
| Oct 26, 2010
| 8:09 PM
I read with interest your article on Assemblyman Mike Gatto's hearing in Glendale on pension reform ("Lawmakers talk pension reform following the Bell scandal," Oct. 21).
It was abundantly clear that bureaucrats (whose interests align with the status...
| Jan 15, 2011
A major source of funds for city services would be diverted to state coffers under a proposal Gov. Jerry Brown unveiled this week as part of his effort to slash a $28-billion state deficit.
Brown's budget calls for the Burbank Redevelopment Agency and...
| Jan 19, 2011
The Burbank City Council is reconsidering its decision to cut a $52,000 after-school program as the nonprofit that stepped in to fill the void warned that it may not be able to shoulder the financial burden for much longer.
The Burbank Boys and Girls...
| Apr 24, 2015
| 12:07 PM
As California water officials met to determine how much cities will be forced to conserve in the coming year, Foothill Municipal Water District changed its own conservation status Tuesday to “orange,” warning residents of drier times ahead....
| Apr 9, 2015
| 8:38 AM
Last week, Gov. Jerry Brown issued an order for statewide mandatory water reductions.
“For the first time in state history, the governor has directed the State Water Resources Control Board to implement mandatory water reductions in cities and...
| Apr 8, 2015
| 4:34 PM
When it comes to using water in a period of statewide drought, La Cañadans are going to have to pay to play.
That was the message handed down Tuesday by the State Water Control Resources Board, which determined communities grossly exceeding the...
| Feb 11, 2015
| 1:11 PM
Los Angeles County Deputy District Atty. and La Cañada resident Debra Archuleta has announced plans to run for Los Angeles County Superior Court judge next year, a move she hopes will bring new challenges to her law career, now in its 24th year....
| Dec 23, 2014
| 11:02 AM
Leondra R. Kruger Gov. Jerry Brown's third appointment this term to the California Supreme Court, won unanimous approval Monday from a three-member state commission.
Kruger, 38, a deputy assistant U.S. attorney general, will be the first African...
| Jul 2, 2014
| 2:34 PM
As La Cañada Unified enters a new fiscal year, officials find themselves caught between conflicting state legislation that mandates districts to pay more into the teacher retirement system but limits the amount of money they are able to save from year...
| Sep 18, 2014
| 6:50 PM
David Dowell likes living in Glendale. He likes eating at local restaurants with his wife, a school teacher. He likes riding his bike to work about 5.5 miles from his home.
In short, Dowell loves living and working in California, he said. But if he has...
| Jun 14, 2013
| 2:13 PM
The new state budget could push Glendale Unified out of contention for extra money earmarked for school districts with a majority of students who are poor or are learning English.
The budget draft originally proposed that districts would receive the...