Burroughs High goalie Kate Wilke was named to the All-Area Girls' Water Polo Second Team. (Tim Berger/Staff Photographer)

All-Area Girls' Water Polo Second Team

Gaby Aghakian, Senior, Driver, Burbank

Crescenta Valley High first-year Coach Ricky Mulcahey was named the 2014-15 All-Area Girls' Water Polo Coach of the Year. (Raul Roa/Staff Photographer)

All-Area Girls' Water Polo First Team

Ani Aghakhanian, Senior, Utility, Crescenta Valley

Crescenta Valley High's Audrey Taylor is the All-Area Girl's Water Polo Player of the Year. (Tim Berger/Staff Photographer)

All-Area Girls' Water Polo Player of the Year: Crescenta Valley High's Taylor breaks out into spotlight

There’s rarely a break in the action for Audrey Taylor.

Martirosyan on wrong end of close decision against Jermell Charlo

LAS VEGAS — Vanes “Nightmare” Martirosyan moved forward and stalked. Jermell Charlo stayed to the outside and danced.

A registered nurse wears a strike button during a vote to strike or not at USC-Verdugo Hills Hospital in Glendale on Thursday, March 26, 2015. The Verdugo Hills registered nurses of the California Nurses Association are sponsoring the vote.

818 Roundup: USC-Verdugo Hills Hospital nurses vote on possible strike; 'Pretty Little Liars' at the library

Good morning, 818! Today is Monday, March 30, 2015. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 80 degrees and a low of 55 degrees with patchy fog in the evening, according to the National Weather Service.

Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in "Serena," a Magnolia Pictures release.

Film Review: Lawrence and Cooper can't save 'Serena'

At this exact moment in time, it's hard to imagine a film starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence getting only a token theatrical release after debuting on VOD. Are there any rising stars hotter?

Read On: Making plans for the big night

My beautiful and talented daughter Gabi is getting married two weeks from today. And it’s all great. She’s marrying a terrific guy with a fantastic work ethic and from top-notch stock. She’s 26. Not too young. Not too old. Nobody’s pregnant or anything. All is right in Hitchville.

Leader Editorial: It's better to get a heads-up on test scores

Burbank Unified officials are cautioning all to mentally brace for the fact that tests measuring progress under the new Common Core standards will likely show lower scores than have been seen here previously. A similar warning is going out from districts across the state as everyone adjusts to the new educational standards and testing.

Student Carlos Mejia happily waves an American flag at the New Citizenship Recognition Program honoring students who have recently become U.S. citizens at the Garfield campus of Glendale Community College on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. Students were treated to an appearance by an Abraham Lincoln impersonator, who also gave them a flag and pin as their names were read.

News-Press Editorial: A salute and welcome to new citizens

Leaving your homeland to establish yourself in a new country can be fraught with challenges, as any newcomer can attest. Learning a new language can be quite difficult for some, as can adjusting to a different culture and establishing fresh networks of friends. It takes a certain amount of courage to make the leap to a new world.

News-Press Cartoon: Council candidate's campaign HQ violates zoning, city says

News-Press Cartoon: Council candidate's campaign HQ violates zoning, city says

Bert Ring provides us his take Glendale City Council candidate Edith Fuentes' campaign headquarters in the Montrose Shopping District, which the city argues violates zoning rules.

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