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  • Burbank infant dies of injuries, parents charged

    A five-week-old Burbank infant who was treated for multiple broken bones and brain swelling last month has died and now both her parents have been charged with allegedly playing a role in her death. After the infant was admitted to a local hospital Oct....
  • Man arrested after allegedly publicly whipping teen, 15, in Burbank

    A 20-year-old Sacramento man was arrested Thursday on suspicion of child abuse after allegedly whipping his girlfriend’s 15-year-old son with a belt in front of the Kawasaki dealer in Burbank, police said. At 2:20 p.m., police responded to...
  • Burbank daycare owner, employee charged in infant's death

    A Burbank daycare owner and employee were arrested Tuesday after an 11-month-old boy in their care died last year from allegedly suffocating from a car seat chest strap, officials said. Milena Nikodijevic, 51, owner of Twinkle Little Stars in Burbank,...
  • Man arrested after allegedly kidnapping, stabbing ex-wife during child custody exchange

    A 48-year-old man who allegedly stabbed his ex-wife during a child custody exchange in Burbank on Wednesday was arrested after witnesses intervened and tied the suspect down, police said. The man –- identified by police as Trino Godinez –-...
  • Mother's attorney disputes infant abuse charge

    The attorney representing the mother of an infant who died of internal injuries said his client had no knowledge of any alleged physical abuse, calling her “very loving, very caring, very soft-spoken.” The mother, 21-year-old Elizabeth...
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: NoHo dining car still closed, Paul Rudd's former life as a D.J.

    Good morning, readers. Today is Wednesday, November 28. With restaurants, coffee shops, bars and art galleries, nightlife is booming in North Hollywood. But Phil's Diner, which served dishes out of a renovated dining car, was shuttered less than a...
  • Fired Woodbury University exec files lawsuit

    Fired Woodbury University exec files lawsuit
    The wife of Woodbury University's former president filed a complaint in Los Angeles County Superior Court this week alleging she was fired from her job as senior director of development without cause after reporting alleged mistreatment of other employees...
  • Burbank man pleads not guilty to abuse charges

    A Burbank man pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of ongoing sexual abuse against a child, authorities said. The man – identified as Daniel Lee Gibson, 52 – was arrested Monday after his juvenile daughter reported being sexually abused on...
  • In Theory: Faith and the decision to fight

    President Barack Obama this month asked Congress to authorize punitive military action in Syria. He made the request in response to the Assad regime's alleged use of chemical weapons near Damascus. Q: How would your faith and/or worldview guide you in...
  • Cars are the stars at Kiwanis for Fun show

    Cars are the stars at Kiwanis for Fun show
    Car enthusiasts shared their reasons for owning classics during Sunday's Kiwanis for Fun Car Show at Johnny Carson Park. Lori Wilcox's 1944 convertible with a rumble seat was among the 300 vehicles displayed. It's bright pink with flames painted on...
  • Care Walk supports school counseling

    The Family Service Agency of Burbank, commemorating 60 years of service, is having its sixth annual 5k CareWalk event on April 27 at Johnny Carson Park. Pre-walk activities begin at 7:30 a.m. and the walk starts at 8 a.m. The event wraps up at 10:30....
  • Burb's Eye View: Checking in with Zonta's good works

    Burb's Eye View: Checking in with Zonta's good works
    Below the din and electric stress of last week's Burbank Literacy Spelling Bee, a little blue card floated my way. I sat at the judges' table looking out at a beaming team of library employees, folks who "have had 30 years, eight hours a day" to...