| Sep 14, 2010
| 9:17 PM
A practice of charging students for travel and other extracurricular expenses might end, Burbank Unified officials said.
The ACLU of Southern California called those tactics discriminatory and unlawful pay-to-play policies in a lawsuit involving...
| Sep 28, 2010
| 7:51 PM
The phrase "life-changing experience" has a new meaning for two Burbank High School teachers.
Gaborone, the capital of Botswana, has been a sister city of Burbank since 1975 after the request of a former city mayor, but there has never been an official...
| Nov 3, 2010
Parking revenues in October spiked at Bob Hope Airport, hopefully a harbinger of better days ahead, officials said.
Parking revenue, the biggest source of operating income for the airport, grew from $1.67 million in September to $1.85 million in...
| May 19, 2010
Your May 1 editorial "Few riders on Metrolink" hit the mark when it stated that attracting new riders has proved challenging to Metrolink. Ridership is down 13% on the Ventura County line, and 6% on the Antelope Valley line, the two routes that serve...
| Jun 30, 2010
WEST BURBANK – South Korean university freshman Hwi Ryeong Kim was still recovering from her long-distance flight but insisted she didn't feel tired because being in Burbank was too exciting.
The 21-year-old was one of 10 Korean students enjoying...
| Jul 17, 2010
The Aircraft Rescue Firefighting vehicle picked up speed and headed west in front of the Bob Hope Airport fire station Thursday morning while a crowd of youngsters waited patiently.
Then, as it reached the group, it sprayed water over their heads,...
| Nov 12, 2014
| 1:15 PM
I’m walking in Arlington National Cemetery on the Sunday before Veteran’s Day. I can feel the weather changing seasons in real time, and within a few minutes, I have to put on my coat again as I make my way across the grounds.
| Oct 21, 2014
| 7:01 PM
How does an old-fashioned print-era company — formerly known as the Yellow Pages — attract top Westside talent to its offices in Glendale as it tries to remake itself as an online local search company? For those who live in hip parts L.A., the...
| Sep 24, 2014
| 12:31 PM
Triple-digit heat outside did not curb the enthusiasm that abounded in the Los Angeles Dodgers' Stadium Club on Tuesday, Sept. 16 when some 400 people turned out to honor George and Annsley Strong with the Hathaway-Sycamores' Celebrating Children Award....
| Sep 24, 2014
| 1:40 PM
Oakmont League, formed 75 years ago by the Oakmont Country Club, soon moved from being merely social and took on a philanthropic thrust, particularly during the war years.
“Gold Gulch,” one of their first major fundraisers — and so...
| Sep 10, 2014
| 1:57 PM
We know a lot about L.C. Brand, who is often called the father of our city. A park, a library and our main street all bear his name. But the location of his summer getaway, a remote hunting lodge in the eastern Sierra Nevadas, has remained a mystery....
| Sep 11, 2014
| 6:24 PM
The mood is still euphoric among four campaign workers in the wee hours following the history-making 1973 election of Maynard Jackson as Atlanta’s first black mayor. But as post-campaign fatigue sets in, an unexpected arrival gives surfacing...