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  • A Word, Please: Nouns can object to plurality rule

    A Word, Please: Nouns can object to plurality rule
    Recently, Jim in Glendale saw a newspaper headline that said something like "Five school board members lose seat." That didn't sit right with him. "Using the singular 'seat' — instead of the plural 'seats' — is incompatible with 'members,'...
  • Descendants win the right to sue

    The descendants of Armenian Genocide victims won an unexpected victory Friday when a federal appeals court ruled they can sue to recoup unpaid insurance benefits tied to the atrocity. The decision by the same three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit...
  • Political Landscape: Gatto garners post and speaker positions

    Gatto garners post and speaker positions On Wednesday, California Assembly Speaker John Perez (D - Los Angeles) named Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake) assistant speaker pro tempore, while tapping the freshman lawmaker for several influential...
  • Attorney hit with more fraud charges

    Prosecutors on Wednesday filed additional charges against a Glendale attorney who already faces 38 counts in connection with a 2009 auto insurance fraud investigation. The attorney, John Akopian, 39, was charged with nine more counts of insurance fraud...
  • I'm Just Sayin

    I'm Just Sayin
    Six months ago in Washington, there was a fierce battle over health-care reform and today is the day that several major insurance changes go into effect. As a mother of a young child with hydrocephalus, a lifelong, life-threatening medical condition,...
  • A mouse in the house

    At least six property owners have filed insurance claims for damage to their homes that they say was caused by the construction of a childcare center on the sprawling Walt Disney Co. campus in west Glendale. The residents have complained that the...
  • 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,...