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  • Ramani undecided about election

    While Sunder Ramani's name will appear on the ballot in November, his campaign staff says it is not yet clear whether the Republican nominee for the 43rd Assembly District will actively run against Mike Gatto (D-Silver Lake). In June, Gatto defeated...
  • Legislators react to Arizona shooting

    Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) was gearing up to schedule talks at local high schools when the news hit that Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords had been shot in the head and six people had been killed by a gunman at a public constituent event in Tucson....
  • Think Again: Congress comes up lame in last session

    Think Again: Congress comes up lame in last session
    The 111th Congress held its lame-duck session until Christmas to wrap up unfinished business before Democrats ceded control of the House of Representatives to the Republicans. But the business it failed to address is a most fundamental one. Up until the...
  • Learning intangibles: leadership, ethics and decision making

    Learning intangibles: leadership, ethics and decision making
    If a teenager observes a schoolmate and standout athlete consuming alcohol at a party the night before a big game, should he intervene? If a girl knows a friend is digitally harassing a third party, posting nasty messages on social networking sites,...
  • Teachers union will not support bond

    A $270-million school bond lost a key potential ally this week after the Glendale Teachers Assn. voted to not endorse the April ballot measure, citing a lack of assurances from district officials that a chunk of money would be earmarked for classroom...
  • Six vie for two council seats

    GLENDALE — Incumbent City Councilmen Dave Weaver and John Drayman will likely face four challengers in the April 5 election for City Council, according to a list of candidate filings. Weaver and Drayman were among six residents who filed...
  • Political Landscape: Huff plans to hold the line

    Last time a California governor asked voters for a tax increase, Sen. Bob Huff (R-Diamond Bar) offered his support. That won’t be the case this time. Huff, whose district includes the Montrose Shopping Park and parts of La Crescenta, said this week...
  • Campaigning begins for school bond

    The organization dedicated to passing the $270-million school bond measure on the April 5 ballot opened its campaign headquarters at 936 Brand Blvd. last week. The Yes on S committee also launched a new website where residents can find additional...
  • Survey: Voters support bond

    GLENDALE — A majority of voters would support extending the Measure K school bond to bring in more money for cash-starved Glendale Unified, even if it were to be spent on salaries or top shelf projects like a new gym, according to a survey...
  • Political Landscape

    Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) addressed everything from terrorist trials to Sacramento shenanigans at a Glendale Kiwanis Club meeting Aug. 28. While the club is used to lighter fare, the six-term Congressman explained his bill inspired by the cases of...
  • From the Bullpen: Let your local voice be heard

    Hey everyone, the election is here! Oh, I’m sorry to bother you with this trivial information. I know there are much more pressing matters, like what to do Friday night, or whether that vacation should be in July or August. Let’s face it,...
  • Start the Presses: What's on tap at the News-Press & Leader

    Now that we've gotten the Sunday News-Press & Leader off the ground, it's time to celebrate. Please stop by our launch party from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at our offices: 221 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale. You'll need to let us know you're coming so we have enough...