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  • 'The Incredible Hulk' attends Montrose Search and Rescue training exercise

    'The Incredible Hulk' attends Montrose Search and Rescue training exercise
    Montrose Search and Rescue members were joined by “The Incredible Hulk” on Sunday during a training on a stretch of Angeles Crest Highway where hundreds of motorcycle accidents have occurred. Sheriff Reserve Lt. Lou Ferrigno, who played the...
  • La Cañada wants to end liquor sales after midnight

    La Cañada Flintridge is expected to move forward with an ordinance that will prohibit stores in the city from selling alcohol past midnight. The city chose to study the issue after receiving complaints from residents who claimed that stores that stay...
  • School agents in D.C. to collect award

    Principal Christine Castillo and teacher Sue Fuelling were in Washington, D.C. this week to collect the National Blue Ribbon School award on behalf of La Cañada Elementary School. The school was one of three Los Angeles County schools who received...
  • Teen driver intentionally hits other truck, speeds away before crashing in Glendale

    A 17-year-old Glendale motorist was arrested Thursday after police say he intentionally crashed into another driver who was watching him “doing doughnuts” in a parking lot, police said. The motorist, whose name wasn’t released...
  • Glendale Galleria bans man after incident with girls

    Glendale Galleria bans man after incident with girls
    A 44-year-old Hollywood man has been banned from the Glendale Galleria for allegedly sexually harassing a group of teenage girls at the mall while dressed in a zebra-print spandex outfit complete with a feather boa and fedora. The man, Scott Basko,...
  • Year in Review: Woman drives into Verdugo Wash, a wedding brawl, baths salts, and Glendale Galleria bans man in feather boa

    Year in Review: Woman drives into Verdugo Wash, a wedding brawl, baths salts, and Glendale Galleria bans man in feather boa
    Many times in the news business, truth ends up being stranger than fiction. And in Glendale, 2012 was full of stories that no doubt had people talking around the water cooler. A man dressed in a skintight zebra-print outfit at the Glendale Galleria...
  • 'Modern Family' star to stay with sister; dad to manage money

    "Modern Family" teen star Ariel Winter, who accused her mother of abusing her, will continue to live with her adult sister while her father temporarily handles her personal finances, according to an agreement hammered out Wednesday.  L.A. County...
  • Woman accused of exposing herself on Skype to Glendale teen

    Woman accused of exposing herself on Skype to Glendale teen
    A Tennessee mother of two pleaded not guilty Wednesday to exposing herself to a 16-year-old Glendale teen via Skype, police said. Lanora Mae Harrell, 35, was charged with one felony count of sending "harmful matter" with the intent of seducing a minor,...
  • Judge to decide if 'Modern Family' teen star should stay away from mother

    A judge is set to consider Tuesday whether "Modern Family" teen star Ariel Winter should stay away from her mother, a Montrose resident who has been described in court documents as physically and emotionally abusive. L.A. County Superior Court Judge...
  • 'Modern Family' teen to stay with sister until trial, judge rules

    'Modern Family' teen to stay with sister until trial, judge rules
    Teen actress Ariel Winter of "Modern Family" will stay with her sister under temporary guardianship and her case will be set for trial, a judge ruled Tuesday. L.A. County Superior Court Judge Michael Levanas said a report by the county Department of...
  • Legislators praise their bills

    Legislators praise their bills
    With the deadline for signing legislation into law upon Gov. Jerry Brown, local state lawmakers this week were able to claim early success in getting their own bills past his desk. Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) had eight bills signed before the...
  • Teens cited for alleged Glendale, Burbank home burglaries

    Three teens were cited this week for allegedly burglarizing seven homes in Burbank and Glendale and stealing four guns, cash and jewelry, police said Wednesday. Police cited and released a 17-year-old Sun Valley boy and two Burbank boys, ages 16 and 17,...