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  • Mountain lion spotted in Burbank backyard

    A mountain lion was spotted Friday morning in the backyard of a hillside home in Burbank, and the resident suspects it was drinking water out of a swimming pool, authorities said. The sighting was reported in the 1000 block of Hamline Place by a...
  • Closing arguments begin in stabbing-death trial

    Closing arguments began Monday in the murder trial of a man suspected of stabbing a Burbank resident to death. The arguments marked the culmination of a four-week trial against Jorge Villalobos, 47, who is accused in the stabbing death of Glen Giles,...
  • Police look into series of vandalism incidents

    Police are investigating a series of vandalism incidents after three vehicles within three blocks were found Wednesday with slashed tires and etched with derogatory words, police said. In the 700 block of North Valley Street at 6:30 a.m., a 2014 Bentley...
  • Early morning high-speed chase ends in freeway crash

    Two burglars wound up in the hospital Wednesday morning after allegedly breaking into a car in Burbank and initiating a high-speed chase that ended with the stolen vehicle crashing on a freeway off-ramp. The Burbank Police Department responded to a...
  • Schiff invites students to try for military academy

    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) is accepting applications for nominations to the United States military service academies. The deadline to apply for a nomination is Nov. 1. Schiff, like all members of Congress, can nominate qualified high school students...
  • Three arrested for alleged embezzlement

    A T.J. Maxx employee and two customers were arrested Tuesday after allegedly stealing more than $3,375 worth of items from the Burbank store over a three-month period, police said. On seven occasions since August, the 26-year-old employee, Hayk Avalyan,...
  • Burbank police want old prescription drugs

    This Saturday, Burbank police, in partnership with the Drug Enforcement Administration, will host a drug take-back event in which they’ll collect expired or unwanted prescription drugs in an attempt to prevent medication abuse or accidental...
  • Pair acquitted of seat-switching charges

    A mother and son were acquitted last week of charges that the pair switched seats after the son hit a parked car while driving drunk, their attorneys said. Witnesses told police at the time that they saw Catherine Miljanich exit the passenger seat after...
  • Another scam reported involving bogus utility workers

    Fraudsters scammed a Burbank hair salon out of nearly $500 Tuesday after posing as utility workers on the phone demanding payments for outstanding power bills, police said. At 2:15 p.m., a man called Beauty Works Hair Salon – located at 2424 W....
  • Student becomes ill after eating alleged 'pot brownie'

    A 16-year-old Burroughs High School student was hospitalized Thursday after consuming an alleged marijuana brownie in the morning, and later getting sick at school, police said. The male student reportedly consumed what he said was a “pot brownie&...
  • Female student cited for allegedly being drunk at school

    A 14-year-old female student at John Burroughs High School was cited and released Monday after reportedly coming to school drunk, police said. Police and paramedics were called to the school just before 9 a.m. after a teacher noticed the student “...
  • Runners race to sign up for Turkey Trot

    More than 1,600 people have signed up so far to run Thanksgiving morning in the Burbank YMCA’s fourth annual Turkey Trot, in which participants are encouraged to “race before you stuff your face.” Organizers are hoping to attract 2,700...