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  • 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...
  • Political Landscape: Brown sifting through last-minute bills

    Gov. Jerry Brown is currently going through a massive number of bills that were approved by the Legislature at the last minute before lawmakers went into recess until January. One bill awaiting Brown’s signature would require the California...
  • Fred Sheldon Dultz

      Fred Sheldon Dultz Lt. Col, United States Army Reserve, retired, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at his home with family by his side. Born January 30, 1918 in Illinois to Sam and Sara Dultz, he relocated to the Los Angeles area...
  • Brown vetoes bill impacting future Walmarts, extends film tax credits

    Brown vetoes bill impacting future Walmarts, extends film tax credits
    Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have hindered the construction of Wal-Mart Supercenters and other big-box stores by requiring cities and counties to prepare economic-impact reports first. He said SB 469, by Sen. Juan Vargas (D-San Diego), would...
  • 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...
  • Florists plead not guilty to identity theft charges

    Florists plead not guilty to identity theft charges
    A Glendale florist and his wife pleaded not guilty Monday to multiple charges for allegedly stealing bank information from their customers to buy Visa gift cards at Target stores that they later redeemed at their own store, officials said. Vahik...
  • Credit rating agency uneasy about Bob Hope Airport transit center

    Credit rating agency uneasy about Bob Hope Airport transit center
    The credit rating agency Fitch this week warned that a planned $90-million transit center could significantly increase Bob Hope Airport's debt burden. In maintaining its AA- rating for the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, the agency warned...
  • Glendale Water & Power warns customers of impersonators

    Glendale Water & Power officials on Thursday warned of an employee impersonator who been calling customers in an attempt to coax them into releasing credit card information over the phone. The man threatened customers that their power would be turned...
  • Glendale OKs electric rate study

    Without a single comment or question, the Glendale City Council this week unanimously approved spending roughly $71,000 on a study that will lay the groundwork for a proposed electric rate increase. The council doesn't expect to vote on the issue until...
  • It's time for a gun show moratorium

    The words “Gun Show” are plastered over the Glendale Civic Auditorium a few blocks from my home of 30 years. Those signs go up several times a year and signal the buyers, the sellers, the collectors of weapons to descend upon my neighborhood....
  • Glendale mulls tapping federal tax credits for library project

    Glendale mulls tapping federal tax credits for library project
    Roughly $10 million in bonds issued in 2010 to improve the Central Library may not be enough to cover the revamp, and with redevelopment money constricted, the City Council plans to review an “exotic” alternative. Glendale officials say they...