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  • Woman arrested on suspicion of embezzling $260K

    CENTRAL GLENDALE — A woman has been arrested on suspicion of embezzling roughly $260,000 from a Glendale-based film production company and then racking up bills that included visits to hair salons. Police arrested Jaquetta Coleman, 41, after...
  • Council to ponder pot dispensary ban

    Council to ponder pot dispensary ban
    CITY HALL — The City Council today will consider permanently banning marijuana dispensaries in Glendale after spending nearly two years vetting their legal standing to do so. Medical marijuana dispensaries are prohibited under the city's zoning...
  • Pot shop ban is a step closer

    After a nearly two-year moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits, the City Council on Tuesday moved toward enacting a permanent ban of the shops. Glendale has no dispensaries, which are not allowed under the city's zoning codes,...
  • Airport is 'a good steward of public funds'

    In the June 4 print versions of the Burbank Leader and Glendale News-Press, the sub-headline said Fitch “questioned” the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority’s proposed use of bonds for the transportation center (“Airport...
  • Man arrested for alleged robbery attempt at gas station

    A 25-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested today after he allegedly tried to rob a gas station customer of his credit card, sheriff’s deputies said. Jose Hernandez was taken into custody about 1:40 a.m. in the 3000 block of Community Avenue,...
  • Scam targets utility customers

    GLENDALE — Officials on Wednesday warned that several Glendale Water & Power customers have fallen prey to a scheme in which a caller posing as a utility representative asked for credit card information to cover a bogus past-due balance. Some...
  • Bob Hope Airport faces tough times

    Bob Hope Airport faces tough times
    Thanks to the loss of an airline, declining parking revenues and fewer passengers using the airfield, Bob Hope Airport is facing one of its roughest budget years ever, officials reported this week. Airport officials also are staring at a multimillion-...
  • A Word, Please: A grammar quiz for the college-bound

    August is a time when soon-to-be college freshmen are “preparing” for school. For just about any red-blooded American teenager, this means shopping, shopping and more shopping. But a worn-out credit card does not a prepared freshman make. So,...
  • Glendale appeals redevelopment payout amid legal challenge

    Glendale appeals redevelopment payout amid legal challenge
    Glendale officials say the state is overcharging the city by $1 million to keep its redevelopment agency, prompting them to file an appeal with the Department of Finance. State lawmakers earlier this year essentially forced local redevelopment...
  • Support builds for tax credit

    Lawmakers are pushing to extend the California Film and Television Tax Credit program, which has resulted in billions of dollars of economic activity. Enacted in 2009, the legislation was designed to create jobs, increase production spending and generate...
  • Alleged identity theft scheme uncovered at Glendale flower shop

    Alleged identity theft scheme uncovered at Glendale flower shop
    A Glendale florist was arrested at his hillside home Thursday for allegedly using bank account information stolen from his customers to buy $1,900 in gift cards at Target stores in Glendale and Burbank. Vahik Ghookasian, owner of Daisy’s Florist on...
  • Red kettle donations off to a good start in Glendale

    Red kettle donations off to a good start in Glendale
    The Glendale chapter of the Salvation Army is working to raise about $100,000 this holiday season, sending more of its ubiquitous red kettles to local storefronts on the weekends to capture a piece of the shopping crowd as the nonprofit tries to move past...