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  • Baklava-loving bear may be back in Glendale ahead of trash day

    A baklava-loving bear may have returned Thursday night to Chevy Chase Canyon to have a feast before trash day, authorities said.  Residents reported seeing a black bear about 9:15 p.m. in the 3100 block of Linda Vista Road -- a few blocks from where a...
  • L.A. Mart trade center sold to Glendale investors

    The L.A. Mart, a 12-story complex in downtown Los Angeles, has been purchased for about $55 million by Glendale investors. The 784,000-square-foot property at 1933 S. Broadway is a combination design center, office and showroom, real estate brokerage...
  • Ron Kaye: Why local newspapers matter

    Great newspaper stories — like the shocking L.A. County tax scandal involving Assessor John Noguez — usually don't come from attending government meetings or going to press conferences. The tip that ignites a reporter's passion almost...
  • Senate passes high-speed rail funding, which now goes to governor

    The state Senate voted to fund California's ambitious high-speed rail project on Friday, handing a major victory to Gov. Jerry Brown and the Obama administration. The $8-billion legislation will fund the project's first stretch, covering 130 miles from...
  • 'Glen Bearian' given a '50-50' chance of returning

    'Glen Bearian' given a '50-50' chance of returning
    Glendale's most famous bear might be back in the forest, but officials wonder if it's only a matter of time before the unrelenting ursine returns to the foothills to forage for trash. The 400-pound male black bear, known to his social media fans as "Glen...
  • Southland prepares for fire season, high temperatures

    With temperatures on the rise, Southern California was bracing for the arrival in earnest of fire season. On Monday, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Altadena station announced that the fire danger level in the Angeles National Forest had...
  • Meatball the bear hits 'jackpot' after visiting La Crescenta again

    Meatball the bear hits 'jackpot' after visiting La Crescenta again
    The Glendale Bear appears to be getting impatient. Hunger waits for no man or beast. La Crescenta resident Kelly MacDonald said the bear -- known by some as Meatball -- returned to her home early Monday morning for the second time in recent weeks, this...
  • Najarian appeals his removal from Metrolink board

    Najarian appeals his removal from Metrolink board
    To his surprise and dismay, Glendale City Councilman Ara Najarian has been replaced with Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomason the Metrolink board of directors, where Najarian had served for six years. In one of his first acts as the new...
  • Colorado shooting suspect worked for a summer as counselor at camp above Glendale

    James Holmes, the suspect in the Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooting, worked for the summer of 2008 as a cabin counselor at a Los Angeles summer camp -- Camp Max Straus. Camp Max Straus, founded in 1938 in the hills above Glendale, is a nonsectarian...
  • DreamWorks Animation buys "Casper," "Lassie" parent Classic Media

    DreamWorks Animation, the Glendale-based studio behind the "Shrek" and "Madagascar" movies, is buying Classic Media, a company that owns the rights to "Casper the Friendly Ghost," "Lassie," "The Lone Ranger" and other iconic entertainment characters,...
  • Antonovich moves to have term-limits law overturned by voters

    Antonovich moves to have term-limits law overturned by voters
    Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, who has been in office since 1980 and cannot seek another term under current law, wants to have voters consider overturning the measure that limits supervisors to three terms. Antonovich’s motion...
  • Antonovich's term-limit measure is put on hold by county supervisors

    Los Angeles County supervisors postponed a vote Tuesday on a ballot measure that would let voters decide whether to extend their term limits. Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky criticized the proposed measure and pointed out that voters approved term limits...