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  • Glendale again ranks near bottom of list of safest cities to drive

    Glendale again ranks near bottom of list of safest cities to drive
    If you’ve driven in the nation’s capital, you already know this: It’s full of bad drivers.  A new report from Allstate Insurance Co. confirms it, putting the District of Columbia at the bottom of the list of the safest-driving cities,...
  • Jack Scott, community college chief and former state senator, gets new job

    Jack Scott, community college chief and former state senator, gets new job
    Students at the Claremont Graduate University's School of Educational Studies soon will be hearing from one of the most veteran voices in California’s higher education and political systems. Jack Scott, who is retiring this week as chancellor of...
  • What Arnold Schwarzenegger can teach about the presidential campaign

    CHARLOTTE, N.C – In 2005, California voters spanked Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, rejecting a series of ballot measures he had promoted to change state government and shake up the public education system. A year later, he won reelection in a blowout....
  • California Democratic chair compared GOPs to Nazi Joseph Goebbels

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The chairman of the California Democratic Party likened Republicans to a Nazi propagandist Monday morning. “They lie and they don’t care if people think they lie … Joseph Goebbels – it’s the big lie,...
  • 4,000-acre brush fire shuts down San Gabriel Canyon on Labor Day

    4,000-acre brush fire shuts down San Gabriel Canyon on Labor Day
    Fire crews were battling a 4,000-acre brush fire Monday morning in rugged terrain in the Angeles National Forest as the blaze forced officials to shut down the popular San Gabriel Canyon to Labor Day visitors. The Williams fire was just 5% contained as...
  • Bell sues, says ousted Police Chief Randy Adams must pay back entire salary

    Bell sues, says ousted Police Chief Randy Adams must pay back entire salary
    When he was the top cop in Bell, Randy Adams was one of the highest-paid police chiefs in the nation. Now the city wants it all back. After years of scandal that has left the city on the brink of insolvency,  officials filed suit Tuesday, saying Adams,...
  • Barneys New York plugs into Disney for 'Electric Holiday'

    Barneys New York plugs into Disney for 'Electric Holiday'
    From an over-the-top Lady Gaga to a fashion-forward Minnie Mouse? That, in a nutshell, is the direction Barneys New York is headed for with its 2012 holiday campaign. The luxury retailer announced Wednesday that it has collaborated with Walt Disney Co....
  • 'Meatball' still in a cage; bear's move to Colorado on hold

    'Meatball' still in a cage; bear's move to Colorado on hold
    The fate of the Glendale bear remains in flux as officials from California and Colorado sort out the nuances of a wildlife law in the Rocky Mountain state that has put any move on hold.    The meatball-loving bear who frequented the Glendale and La...
  • Officials haggle over fate of 'Meatball,' the beloved bear from Glendale

    Officials haggle over fate of 'Meatball,' the beloved bear from Glendale
    “Meatball,” the Glendale bear that was to be shipped off to a Colorado wildlife sanctuary after being trapped last week by a fish and game warden, has now found himself in caged limbo. The 400-pound black bear that returned to the La...
  • Alberstons in Glendale among 26 locations to close nationwide

    Alberstons in Glendale among 26 locations to close nationwide
    The parent company of the Albertsons supermarket chain is closing 26 stores nationwide, including its lone branch in South Glendale, as it tries to overcome sharp operating losses and stiff price competition from big-box rivals. Supervalu Inc. said...
  • L.A. County leads California in wildfire risk to homes

    L.A. County leads California in wildfire risk to homes
    More homes face high risk of being destroyed in a wildfire in densely populated Los Angeles County than in any other county in the state, according to new insurance industry research that underscores that fire danger is not confined to rural areas....
  • Albertsons store closures show industry's travails

    Albertsons store closures show industry's travails
    Jackie Dancy has been to the Albertsons supermarket near her Baldwin Hills home many times, but she couldn't care less that the store is closing permanently. The retired accountant now does most of her grocery shopping at a nearby Target, which she likes...