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  • Glendale denies pedestrian death claim

    The city has denied a wrongful death claim filed by the family of an 83-year-old Glendale man who was struck and killed by a minivan last year on Broadway in a section of the street they allege is dangerous. Members of Kourkin Anouchian’s family...
  • Court denies petition to man found guilty of murdering wife, microwaving Pomeranian to death

    Court denies petition to man found guilty of murdering wife, microwaving Pomeranian to death
    The California Supreme Court on Wednesday denied a petition to review the conviction of a Glendale man who killed his wife and microwaved his Pomeranian dog to death. John Levin, 49, had in May unsuccessfully appealed his second-degree murder conviction...
  • Suspects in La Cañada home burglary arrested

    Two suspects arrested last week were found with $7,000 worth of property, including jewelry, laptop computers and an iPad, that had been stolen from a La Cañada Flintridge home, authorities said. Dominique Mims, a 25-year-old Inglewood resident, was...
  • Glendale backs away from questionable free money offer

    A representative of a humanitarian organization promised to solve Glendale's financial problems with loads of money during a City Council meeting this week and Mayor Dave Weaver was excited about the offer. "Free money, can't turn that down," he said,...
  • Man outwits would-be thief in a scuffle over Craigslist iPad sale

    A Glendale man clung to the trunk of a getaway car Friday after refusing to give up his friend’s iPad to a man who tried to use counterfeit money to buy it, police said. The 25-year-old man advertised the sale of his friend’s iPad for $500 on...
  • La Cañada Crime: House ransacked on Chevy Chase Drive

    La Cañada Flintridge June 21 Vehicle burglary: 1919 Verdugo Blvd., between 9 and 11:45 p.m. Navigation/radio, third-row leather seats and a rear hatch were stolen from parked vehicle. June 21 Possession of marijuana/switchblade: Foothill Boulevard...
  • Emotions high at Glendale High School graduation

    Emotions high at Glendale High School graduation
    A happy face made of yellow masking tape topped Roselynn Pedroza's red cap at Glendale High School's graduation Tuesday night. It was a symbol of her excitement, but also a marker for her family to pick her out of the roughly 650 other seniors donning...
  • Ron Kaye: Progress isn't often in pursuit of perfection

    Frankly, I’m fed up with politicians telling me, “Don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good,” when they really mean you better not get in the way of them serving some special interest at the public expense. I’m dismayed...
  • Artists and their special books

    Artists and their special books
    If you think all paper books can be replaced by a Nook, iPad or Kindle, take a good look at “Picasso, Braque, & Léger: Twentieth Century Modern Masters,” an exhibition of works on paper at the Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale. Three early...
  • Editor's Note: Upcoming changes

    Beginning next month, the Glendale News-Press, Burbank Leader, La Cañada Valley Sun and Pasadena Sun will be undergoing some changes. Here's a preview of what to expect. To start, we will be launching a News-Press app for iPhone, iPad and Android users...
  • Editor's Note: New ways to read the News-Press

    We’re pleased to announce the unveiling of an app for the Glendale News-Press for the iPhone, iPad and Android-powered devices. The app is in response to our readers, who have long asked for it, and our own internal need to grow with the digital...
  • Start the Presses: More digital, less paper

    In my nearly four years in the editor’s chair, I’ve used this space on occasion to talk about our joys, our pains or to announce changes. This column has a bit of all three. Though I risk repeating myself, I want to make sure everyone is...