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  • Judge gives OK to move forward with life insurance policy murder trial

    A Glendale man, his brother and a friend who are accused of killing his estranged boyfriend to collect on his life insurance policy were held Wednesday to answer to murder charges. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Hayden Zacky ruled that...
  • Murder trial hearing focuses on life policy

    A life insurance agent testified Friday that she spoke to a 34-year-old Glendale man — who is accused of killing his estranged boyfriend — about the couple’s policies the day before he was found dead. Hovanes “John”...
  • On the Town: Noted attorney brings color to Oakmont League; YMCA ballroom dance lessons

    On the Town: Noted attorney brings color to Oakmont League; YMCA ballroom dance lessons
    This year, the Oakmont League of Glendale celebrates 75 years of service to the community. The first event in the group's Diamond Jubilee year was a recent dinner meeting at the Oakmont Country Club. These gals can never be accused of inviting staid...
  • Lawsuit discussion connected to plane crash postponed

    Lawsuit discussion connected to plane crash postponed
    City officials postponed this week a closed-door discussion by City Council about a roughly $91,800 lawsuit the city filed against a man who crashed a single-engine plane into a Glendale neighborhood two years ago, and a new meeting date is yet to be set....
  • Op-Ed: Obamacare, a child's fair chance at life

    For the first time, many families with children who have mental illness can sleep better at night knowing their child may have the opportunity to receive proper mental health treatment with the new Affordable Care Act, known by many as Obamacare. It seems...
  • Pilot agrees to pay $20K to Glendale for damages, expenses in 2012 plane crash

    Pilot agrees to pay $20K to Glendale for  damages, expenses in 2012 plane crash
    A man who crashed a Cessna plane into a Glendale neighborhood in 2012 has agreed to pay the city $20,000, according to a city announcement this week. The City Council agreed during a closed-door meeting on Tuesday to accept the payment as a settlement...
  • Firm to examine Armenian Genocide fund dispute

    An accounting firm will review 178 insurance claims as part of a deal struck in a case involving a multimillion-dollar compensation fund for descendants of Armenian Genocide victims, attorneys announced Monday. Lawyers Mark Geragos and Roman Silberfeld,...
  • Firefighters get jump start on emergencies

    Firefighters get jump start on emergencies
    With the switch of a color-coded light, Glendale firefighters will now get a jump start on emergency calls before leaving the station. The new system, installed in Glendale fire stations at the end of November, sends out a digitalized voice message...
  • Pasadena hotels, repair shops see surge in business

    Pasadena hotels, repair shops see surge in business
    Insurance agents, hoteliers and auto-body shops are among those who have seen a surge in business in the wake of wind storms that pummeled the region and knocked out power to thousands of Pasadena area residents Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. “We’re...
  • Armenian Genocide law goes back to court

    A federal appeals court will rehear a challenge to a California law that has resulted in lawsuits against insurance companies on behalf of victims of the Armenian Genocide. The state law, passed in 2000, extends the statute of limitations for life...
  • Battered Bears rebuild again

    The Glendale Bears Youth Football and Cheerleading organization has begun the painful process of paying its debts after coming to terms with twice being defrauded of tens of thousands of dollars. While the group has been making strides to reduce its...
  • Former youth sports leader pleads guilty

    GLENDALE — The former president of a Glendale youth football organization has been sentenced to serve 16 months in prison for embezzling more than $42,000 from the group to pay for personal bills and items, officials said Wednesday. Tina Marquez,...