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  • Gatto and Ramani go into detail

    MIKE GATTO: 1) California faces projected budget deficits of close to $20 billion annually for the next several years. What specific steps must the state take to achieve a balanced budget? To paraphrase Winston Churchill, the next few years are likely...
  • Nurses may strike

    SOUTH GLENDALE — American Red Cross medical employees on Wednesday announced plans to strike over a proposed contract they said would affect their health benefits and minimize staffing at blood collection drives. More than 300 nurses, blood...
  • Student drowns in Lake Piru

    GLENDALE — Friends and family of a 36-year-old Glendale student who drowned Saturday in Lake Piru said he dreamed about becoming a licensed vocational nurse. Los Angeles resident Roberto Barros Jr. was taking several courses at Allied Medical &...
  • Week In Review

    Week In Review
    CITY HALL City officials on Tuesday settled on a five-year plan for spending a projected $30.2 million in federal funding for local social service programs, homeless services and affordable housing offerings. The plan outlines allocations of the funds,...
  • Keeping up the house

    Community members celebrated one of Glendale's remaining Victorian houses in a unique fashion on Sunday afternoon. The Doctor's House, now in Brand Park, was moved from East Wilson Avenue in the middle of the night in September 1980 after being...
  • Blood flows in an effort to help

    Blood flows in an effort to help
    Fremont Elementary School parent Cara Ruyle Wednesday waited calmly in the school auditorium for her turn with the nurse. That a pint of blood would soon be drawn from her body didn’t bother her. “After you have two kids, no biggie,”...
  • Healing Barden bides time during lockout

    GLENDALE — It most likely won't be an injury that keeps Ramses Barden from playing football in the NFL this season. The 2004 Flintridge Prep graduate, who was drafted in the third round by the New York Giants out of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in...
  • Judge orders driver to pay crash victim's bills

    PASADENA — A Glendale man who was convicted of paralyzing the 38-year-old driver of another car that got caught up in a street race was ordered Wednesday to pay nearly $277,000 to cover the victim’s medical bills so far. Los Angeles County...
  • A Word, Please: 'Comprise' is uncompromising

    A Word, Please: 'Comprise' is uncompromising
    A lot of people like to use the phrase "is comprised of" -— about 136 million of them, if a recent Google search is any indication. "Houston is comprised of many neighborhoods," one website tells me. "Workforce planning is comprised of a number of...
  • 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,...
  • Bail denied in largest ever Medicare fraud scheme

    LOS ANGELES — Three Glendale men who were arrested last week on suspicion of taking part in the largest Medicare fraud scheme in history were ordered to remain in jail on Tuesday because they were considered a flight risk and a danger to the...
  • Political Landscape: Sherman speaks to Burbank students

    : Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) took time during election season to address a crowd mostly too young to be registered. On Monday, the seven-term congressman spoke to about 200 students during a morning assembly at Burroughs High School in Burbank....