Sports Roundup: La Cañada High boys' basketball takes down San Marino



Sports Roundup: Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer rallies past Notre Dame



Glendale High boys' basketball gets 'gigantic' win over Pasadena

GLENDALE — It was not the most conventional way to win a basketball game, but the Glendale High boys’ basketball team will surely take it.


Crescenta Valley High boys' basketball halts Burroughs

LA CRESCENTA — Berj Krikorian wanted a fresh start while playing guard for the Crescenta Valley High boys’ basketball team against Burroughs on Friday night.


Flintridge Prep girls' basketball shows it's No. 1 in Prep League

LA CAÑADA — It was the sort of statement game the Flintridge Prep girls’ basketball team didn’t just want to send, but felt compelled to send.

Burroughs girls' basketball holds off Crescenta Valley in another thriller

Burroughs girls' basketball holds off Crescenta Valley in another thriller

LA CRESCENTA — When the Crescenta Valley High and Burroughs girls’ basketball teams met for the first time earlier this season, the Indians were able to pull out a close victory in overtime.


School board hopefuls join race in narrow field

At the start of the race, the candidate field for those vying for a seat on the Glendale school board and Glendale Community College trustee board appears narrow.


Burbank Channel wins regional awards


Ronda Rousey-Cat Zingano title fight moved to main event at UFC 184

“Rowdy” Ronda Rousey is once again taking the main event spotlight.


Seven sign up for council election

Seven hopefuls have signed up to run for two open seats on the Glendale City Council, and the pool ranges from a pair of incumbents to those making a second or third attempt and a couple of newcomers.


Planners ask staff to research hedge rules

The La Cañada Flintridge Planning Commission considered Tuesday whether restrictions on residential hedge height would be helpful or burdensome, after a fed-up homeowner broached the matter before city officials. Longtime La Cañada resident John Spencer claims homeowners and developers too often line properties with hedges that grow upward of 30 feet, blocking both views and sunlight.

Reviewers support addition to Chevy Chase Country Club

The proposed expansion of the nearly 90-year-old Chevy Chase Country Club clubhouse won support from the city's Design Review Board meeting Thursday evening, the first step toward gaining final approval to expand the structure by 20,795 square feet with the hopes of drawing in new members.

Christopher Rizzotti, Burbank city council candidate, 2014.

Rizzotti answers to 'anti-gay' accusation

Burbank City Council candidate Christopher Rizzotti said he's being unfairly criticized for his faith and affiliation with an evangelical youth group after a Burbank man alleged that Rizzotti holds anti-gay views.

Student shows potential measles symptoms

A child attending St. Mark's Preschool in Glendale showed mild symptoms that "are not yet confirmed as measles," said Susie Fowler Kenny, deacon and head of the school, on Friday.

R.D. White Elementary school third grader Anush Melikyan places flowers on bench after dedication of the bench in honor of school volunteer Raffi Kasparian, on school's grounds in Glendale on Friday, Jan. 30, 2015.

School dedicates bench in honor of 'Mr. Raffi'

Raffi Kasparian would typically show up at R.D. White Elementary with a newspaper tucked under his arm and wearing a tie — and the students would call him "Mr. Raffi."

Council candidates field tough questions at forum

At the second forum for City Council candidates in Burbank's upcoming primary election, hopefuls faced pointed questions on development and their backgrounds before a near-capacity crowd at Woodbury University Wednesday.

Nickelodeon's Richard Martin sketches the pattern for a mural that a crew of Nickelodeon employees painted at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in Burbank on Friday, April 19, 2013.

BUSD honors Nickelodeon for partnering with schools

In the past five years, Nickelodeon Animation Studio has donated more than $200,000 worth of technology to Burbank schools, in addition to having its artists visit local schools and create mentorship programs.

Nurses in the neonatal intensive-care unit, including Samira Motazedi, presented Bobby Natoya with a red wagon during his return visit to Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center.

Boy receives gift from Providence nurses

Bobby Natoya weighed just 1 pound, 3 ounces when he was born Dec. 3, 2013, at just under 23 weeks gestation. He spent five months in the neonatal intensive-care unit at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center and today weighs 17.8 pounds at nearly 20 months.

A Word, Please: Parentheses can drive a sentence off a cliff

Letter: School safety is also a top issue

I am very disappointed in our school board candidates. During my 31-year career at the Burbank Police Department I had the chance to work as a school resource officer and was a member of the School/Law Enforcement Partnership, a cadre of professionals providing compliance training in California law requiring schools to have comprehensive safety plans. I also have a fifth-grade student.