The driver of a stolen vehicle died early Thursday after being shot at by a police officer in Burbank following a short high-speed pursuit, according to KTLA.
The finish line for the 2015 season has been pushed back and there will be considerable reward for those who have enough for the extra mile.
GLENDALE — There are plenty of ways Jimmy Smiley can contribute as a member of the Crescenta Valley High baseball team. He provided a couple of examples Wednesday night.Looking to further bolster Crescenta Valley’s pitching rotation, the senior right-hander might have made a case for himself to be the No. 2 starter behind Brian Gadsby. He can also pose a threat while batting in the middle of the lineup.
Following a phenomenally memorable 2014 campaign for the Crescenta Valley High baseball team, the Falcons return hoping to make some more memories for the 2015 class.
818 Roundup: Education challengers outpace incumbents in fundraising; Council, school board candidate forums
Good morning, 818! Today is Thursday, March 5, 2015. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 78 degrees and a low of 48 degrees with mostly clear skies in the evening, according to the National Weather Service.
Two seasons have passed since Guillermo Gonzalez took over the helm of Flintridge Prep baseball and Alex Valadez grabbed the reins at La Cañada.
With plenty of pop in the lineup, the La Cañada High softball team lifted itself to a surprising CIF Southern Section Division IV quarterfinal run a season ago.
If there’s a common thread that runs through the city of La Cañada’s three track and field programs, perhaps it’s that each has a steady cross-country program to poach from.
During an election forum this week hosted by the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce, school board candidates were quizzed about their top priorities for Glendale Unified and were asked to answer questions specific to them.
Several City Council hopefuls sounded off against splitting Glendale into voting districts during a candidate forum Monday night at the Sparr Heights Community Center, saying the change could limit representation and bring important decisions to a stalemate.