<p>Verbum Dei High School senior Mark Palmer works at the office of Allen Lund Co. in La Ca&ntilde;ada Flintridge as part of a work-study program.</p>

Local company, work-study program prepare students for the future

Unlike most 17-year-olds, Mark Palmer maintains a full school schedule and holds down a job — and has done so for the past four years.

<p>A man posing as a tree trimmer distracted a La Crescenta homeowner Wednesday while a team of burglars snuck into the residence, police said.</p>

Burglars distract residents, sneak into home

Police are looking for a team of burglars who sneaked into a La Crescenta home Wednesday while one of them posed as a tree trimmer, police said.

<p>The Glendale Community College&nbsp;football team runs drills during practice on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015. The team has struggled early and head into their bye week with a 1-4 overall record and remain winless (0-2) in&nbsp;Pacific Conference American Division play.</p>

Glendale Community College football regrouping during bye week

With their starting quarterback lost for the season and having not yet been able to generate the takeaways that led them to past success, it's been a frustrating first half of the season for the Glendale Community College football team.

<p>In this March 2015 photo, a cone with a sign for passing motorists next to the site of a memorial for 4-year-old Violeta Khachatoorians in Glendale. Four-year-old Violeta was killed Friday by a hit-and-run driver who turned himself in over the weekend.</p>

818 Roundup: City Council votes to take on hit-and-run reward program plan

Good morning, 818. Today is Friday, Oct. 9, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 103 and a low of 72, according to the National Weather Service.

Sports Roundup: Flintridge Prep volleyball notches first Prep League win


<p>Toronto Blue Jays starter Marco Estrada is slated to pitch game three of the American League Division series Sunday at Texas. (AP Photo/Steve Nesius)</p>

Major League Baseball Update: It's on to postseason for Estrada, Toronto Blue Jays

The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players.

Glendale girls' tennis edges rival Hoover, 10-8

GLENDALE — If there’s been a model of consistency throughout the season for the Glendale High girls’ tennis team, it’s been the doubles combination of Eli Guzman and Kavitha Ambatipudi.

<p>Burbank's Aki Arlington gets to the outside and scores one of his three touchdowns in the Bulldogs' 61-7 Pacific League victory over Glendale on Thursday evening at Memorial Field. (Tim Berger/Staff Photographer)</p>

Burbank football routs Glendale

BURBANK — They scored in nearly every fashion Thursday evening, including quickly.

<p>Glendale's Angela Salazar hits a serve into play against archrival Hoover in a Pacific League girls' volleyball match on Thursday. Glendale won the the match 3-0. (Tim Berger/Staff Photographer)</p>

Glendale girls' volleyball takes down rival Hoover

GLENDALE — After completing a sweep against its cross-town rival to wrap up the first half of Pacific League competition, the Glendale High girls’ volleyball team began pondering the last stretch of competition.

Flintridge Sacred Heart volleyball doesn't 'show up' against Harvard-Westlake

NORTH HOLLYWOOD — Following the first defeat in the Mission League for Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team, the Tologs stepped away, garnering two nonleague wins, but it was time to get back to league action on the road against rival Harvard-Westlake.