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  • 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...
  • Florist pleads no contest to identity theft

    Florist pleads no contest to identity theft
    A Glendale florist and his wife pleaded no contest Thursday to multiple charges of identity theft following accusations that they stole financial information from customers who shopped at their Glenoaks Boulevard shop, officials said. Vahik Ghookasian...
  • Council Oks Veterans Village

    Council Oks Veterans Village
    Once slated for a multifamily housing project, to be built by an affordable housing developer that the city is now suing for fraud, a central Glendale site is on its way to becoming a “Veterans Village.” With a unanimous vote, the City...
  • Hollywood tax credit extension moves forward in California Legislature

    Hollywood tax credit extension moves forward in California Legislature
    California lawmakers gave initial approval Thursday to a proposed five-year, $500-million extension of the state’s film tax credit, despite opposition from teachers and others to giving Hollywood so much financial help when the state is cutting...
  • State film tax credit extension clears a hurdle but is scaled back

    Lawmakers gave a preliminary thumbs up to a two-year extension of California's film tax credit, a mixed result for Hollywood backers who had pressed for a five-year extension but were relieved to get more money given the state's budget crunch. By a 5-1...
  • Krikorian shrugs off cash woes

    Krikorian shrugs off cash woes
    The Republican candidate in the 43rd Assembly District who has touted himself as a “business conservative” extinguished more than $49,000 in credit card debt after he and his wife emerged from Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, court records...
  • Men allegedly bought $100 Target gift cards using stolen identities

    Two Hollywood men face multiple charges of theft after they allegedly bought $100 gift cards at the Target in Glendale using stolen credit card information, officials said. Arthur Darbinyan, 21, and Alik Dzhanoyan, 20, were charged with five counts of...
  • City moves ahead with ban on pot dispensaries

    An ordinance that would permanently ban medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits was introduced by the City Council on Tuesday, just two months before a moratorium prohibiting the shops is set to expire. Current zoning codes so far have kept...
  • 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,...
  • Man found with counterfeit gift cards arrested

    A man was arrested Monday night after he allegedly drove his vehicle into a fire hydrant, police said. Officers responding to the crash allegedly found several fraudulent gift cards in the driver's pockets. Police found Edmound Nasiri, 26, of Glendale...
  • Bill would extend film tax credit

    A bill was introduced in the state Assembly Thursday to extend by five more years the film and television tax credit program, which proponents say has created more than 20,000 jobs and generated more than $200 million in tax revenues. The bill, AB 2026,...