Although there has been an achingly slow, but steady recovery in the real estate market, experts remain bearish on new commercial developments, and for good reason. The demand just isn’t there yet.
Glendale police have found themselves busy this week apprehending criminal teams allegedly involved in identity theft by the use of credit card readers or “skimmers” — the latter of which are surreptitiously placed in gas stations or at automated teller machines to capture the credit information and pin numbers of unwitting victims.
If there’s one thing we have already learned this holiday season, it’s that we want our gratification instantly or not at all.
A Word, Please: Readers have every right to expect clarity from writers. Especially when pronouns are involved.
Randy in Orange County wrote recently to ask about the following passage, which he came across in a newspaper article: “Pat Haden didn’t fire Kiffin. He fired himself.”
A bullet from a neighbor’s discharged handgun came within foot of striking a Glendale teen who was sleeping Friday in her bed inside her parent’s apartment, police said.
A water main break caused flooding and road delays for Burbank motorists early Saturday morning as utility crews worked to repair the broken pipe and road surfaces undermined by the flood.
Local students channeled their inner Tiger Woods on Friday at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in a competition to hit a hole-in-one in record time.
A popular digital picture frame used by a test group of Glendale Water & Power customers has significantly increased consumers' awareness of how much electricity and water they use, according to a survey released by the utility on Thursday.
A federal jury rejected a Glendale police lieutenant’s claim Friday afternoon that he was harassed and discriminated against because he is Armenian-American.
Santa Claus is coming to town on Saturday — rain or shine — for the mayor’s annual tree-lighting ceremony, along with a host of other kid-friendly activities in downtown Burbank.