A 47-year-old Glendale man pleaded guilty on Monday to charges that he helped launder $1.1 million in proceeds from a healthcare fraud scheme, officials said.
Four people were arrested for driving under the influence during a grant-funded sobriety checkpoint conducted on Saturday evening, police said.
You can probably guess that Yoga Blend, a friendly studio in Burbank, has classes influenced by the various schools of yoga.
An elderly man found dead in his La Crescenta residence Friday has been identified, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
Good morning, 818! Today is Monday, July 27, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 84 and a low of 63, according to the National Weather Service.
It’s been a phenomenal summer for the Burbank Major All-Stars softball team.
Last week, Burbank City Manager Mark Scott apologized for some watering warning letters, which he said were mailed out not only to those watering on the wrong days, but also to customers watering on the proper days who were not violating the water-saving ordinance, but who appeared to using among the highest volumes of water on those days. several hundred residents who received those letters have complained that they were doing nothing wrong, and the utility had to put more staff on duty to handle the volume of complaint calls.
Academic experiments rarely achieve fame, but, of the few that have, the 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment — the subject of a new like-titled movie from director Kyle Patrick Alvarez — is only equaled by the earlier Milgram study, which dealt with similar issues in a smaller, more controlled way.
The 90-year-old Alex Theatre in Glendale has survived through generations of moviegoers and live entertainment, as well as a period of uncertainty as developers hungrily vied for the prime downtown property.
In place of its regularly scheduled open meeting, the Burbank City Council will host an open house at City Hall on Tuesday.
After nearly two years of construction, the structure that will become Glendale Community College’s largest building will not be open to students before the spring semester as college officials had hoped.
Dionne is an incredibly affectionate 3-year-old, spayed, female medium-haired cat. She is always at the front of her kennel looking for people to pet her. She purrs upon touch and will rub against your hand.
One of the greatest features of Southern California living in the spring and summer seasons is the many free music festivals and series that take place all over the Southland. With enough free time, to say nothing of gasoline, a music lover can seemingly find an open-air music event every night of the week.
Frankie’s Italian Kitchen has been a Tarzana mainstay since 1993. They recently brought their unique brand of tasty, comforting fare to the Burbank media district. Situated in what was previously Luca’s Italian Kitchen, in a shopping mall anchored by a Vons, and courageously next door to a legendary Burbank Italian joint (Sardo’s), Frankie’s Italian Kitchen is already pulling in a steady stream of customers.
Like some plants that take a few seasons to mature before they blossom, plans for a proposed pilot community garden in Burbank that have been nurtured since October 2008 may soon be flowering.
A $1.84-million contract to build two parks along the Glendale Narrows was awarded to a company Tuesday night, but some City Council members took issue with part of the money being allocated coming from a fund they say is meant for parks and libraries in the downtown area.
Good morning, 818! Today is Saturday, July 25, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 90 and a low of 64, according to the National Weather Service.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s homicide detectives are investigating the suspicious death of a man on Friday in the 3000 block of Frances Avenue in La Crescenta, according to authorities.
The La Cañada Flintridge City Council discussed Tuesday increasing the cap on property tax reductions guaranteed by the Mills Act, a state incentives program designed to encourage the restoration and preservation of historic, privately owned properties.
A proposed 20% raise in salaries for Burbank City Council members got a little sweeter this week when a council majority introduced an ordinance and approved a resolution outlining the pay hike and other changes to their benefits in a pair of 3-2 votes on Tuesday. It’s the first increase in council salary since 2007.
Min Kim, Senior, Outside Hitter, Crescenta Valley
Raymond Barsemian, Senior, Outside Hitter, Crescenta Valley
SAN BERNARDINO — For one of the rare instances this postseason, the Burbank Majors All-Stars softball team finds itself in unfamiliar territory.
An independent audit of the Burbank Police Department, which was reviewed by city officials this week, praised the agency for its transparency while also listing several recommendations to strengthen how officers respond to certain incidents.
All-Area Boys' Volleyball Player of the Year: Flintridge Prep's Dante Fregoso earns place in spotlight
There has been a steady stream of talented boys’ volleyball players who have done their handy work in the Flintridge Prep gym over the years.
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level.
The following are updates on local baseball players at the minor league level.
Planes, trains and automobiles — and buses and bikes and even good-old walking.