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  • Brother of woman killed in fiery car crash warns against drunk driving

    Brother of woman killed in fiery car crash warns against drunk driving
    After Mohamed Hariri lost his 19-year-old sister to a fiery, alcohol-related car crash in Burbank last year, he decided to join the campaign against drunk driving, something he feels is entirely preventable.
  • Obituary: Richard Dale Cutler

    Richard Dale Cutler, a former Burbank police lieutenant, died July 18 after battling cancer. He was 79. Born on Nov. 29, 1931 in Salt Lake City, Utah, he was the eldest of four children. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1950 and served until 1954. He...

    MADD recognizes Glendale officers for DUI arrests

    MADD recognizes Glendale officers for DUI arrests
    Officers from the Glendale Police Department’s Traffic Bureau were recognized Thursday by Mothers Against Drunk Driving for their efforts in cracking down on motorists who drive under the influence of alcohol. The officers, along law enforcement...

    Burbank police, school district to host teen event

    Burbank police and school officials on Wednesday will host Teen Awareness Night, with guest speakers from Mothers Against Drunk Driving and Erik's Cause, an organization that works to end "the choking game" among teenagers. The free event, from 6 to 8 p....

    Glendale police officer recognized by state for DUI arrests

    Glendale police officer recognized by state for DUI arrests
    Having racked up nearly 100 driving-under-the-influence-related arrests so far this year, Glendale police Officer Bryan Duncan received special recognition Wednesday from the state for his efforts to make streets safer. Duncan was one of a group of about...