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  • Crash sends two people to hospital

    Crash sends two people to hospital
    A two-vehicle crash in Burbank Friday night sent two people to USC University Hospital with serious injuries, police reported. A car headed east on Palm Avenue collided with a vehicle traveling north on Kenneth Road at around 11:50 p.m., Burbank...
  • Same semifinal hurdle for Indians

    Same semifinal hurdle for Indians
    This season's CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs have led the Burroughs High boys' tennis team to a familiar place against a familiar opponent. For the second-straight year, the Indians will travel to Palm Desert to take on the No. 1-seeded Aztecs...
  • Area squad off to World Series

    They have been playing together since they first learned to hit a softball or field a ground ball. Maybe that's why the So Cal Burbank Heartbreakers have been so successful as a team. The 10-and-under girls' squad came through with a big effort in a...
  • Getting a charge out of Burbank

    Getting a charge out of Burbank
    Tim Hebb lives about two miles from downtown Los Angeles, so charging station locations for his all-electric Nissan Leaf factor in heavily when planning leisure activities to other areas in the region. The vehicle can travel 75 to 100 miles per charge,...
  • Dining review: Serving up Thai spices courtside

    Dining review: Serving up Thai spices courtside
    The inside of 40 Love Café feels like a food court, the outside just the tiniest bit like Wimbledon courtside. Within the Burbank Tennis Center, the café's interior is all large white floor tiles and pinkish walls, with the tables and white tubular...
  • Lower parking fees, more income?

    I find it hilarious that the director of the Burbank Airport would complain about the fact that more people are dropping off passengers instead of using the parking structure. As bureaucrats have a tendency to do, they raised the prices to make up for...
  • Scandal at top of the list

    Scandal at top of the list
    Throughout the past year, the local community experienced its share of important, interesting and unfortunate sports stories. Some of the stories touched us, some informed us and others just entertained us. Although many of the stories deserve...
  • Field trip to the rescue

    Field trip to the rescue
    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,...
  • Mailbag: Metrolink could make some changes

    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...
  • Burbank hosting South Korean sister city

    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...
  • Along the Scouting Trail: Troop 507 members climb Mount Whitney

    Along the Scouting Trail: Troop 507 members climb Mount Whitney
    Members of La Cañada Boy Scout Troop 507 took part in a six-day, 40-mile backpacking trip in the Sierra Nevada mountain range that began July 9. The highlight of the trip was their trek to the 14,508-foot summit of Mt. Whitney. During their trip, the...
  • GCC trustee publishes photographic journey of Armenia

    GCC trustee publishes photographic journey of Armenia
    Although Vahe Peroomian was born in California, he has always felt a connection to the landscape of his ancestral homeland: Armenia. That link, and his many visits to the country, inspired him to publish "A Photographic Journey of My Homeland, Armenia,"...