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  • Public safety instructor pleads not guilty to alleged lewd acts with student

    Public safety instructor pleads not guilty to alleged lewd acts with student
    A public safety instructor pleaded not guilty Monday to multiple charges allegedly that he sexually assaulted a 14-year-old Hoover High School student. More than a dozen family members and students appeared in a Glendale courtroom to support Delvon...
  • Japanese politicians call on 'comfort women' statue removal

    Japanese politicians call on 'comfort women' statue removal
    Three members of Japan's House of Representatives called on Glendale to remove an 1,100-pound statue honoring an estimated 80,000 to 200,000 women from Korea, China and other countries forced into prostitution by the Japanese Army during World War II....
  • Two Glendale police officers from Las Vegas joy ride incident reinstated

    Two former Glendale police officers who were fired for allegedly taking a department-issued car on a joy ride to Las Vegas almost three years ago have been reinstated. The Civil Service Commission voted 4-to-1 last week to give Fernando Salmeron and Mike...
  • Glendale water rates found to be severely flawed

    After discovering that water rate increases approved by the City Council in 2012 are riddled with errors, city officials this week decided to scrap the current rate system and start over. The flawed rates, which were supposed to span four years, caused...
  • Gatto opens up 'Wiki Bill'

    Assemblyman Mike Gatto wants to hear from you. The democratic legislator, whose 43rd Assembly District in part blankets Burbank, Glendale, La Caņada Flintridge and Montrose, is giving the ordinary Joe and Jane a unique opportunity to help craft...
  • Ron Kaye: Glendale's decision, L.A's problem

    Ron Kaye: Glendale's decision, L.A's problem
    This is a tale of two cities — yours and mine, each with its own water and power utility companies. In your city, base rates for electricity did not go up for six years until the City Council narrowly approved a plan last week to raise rates by...
  • Glendale City Council calls for no sale of historic post office

    Glendale City Council calls for no sale of historic post office
    The City Council on Tuesday called on the U.S. Postal Service to keep open a historic downtown post office that is at risk of closure. In addition, advocates of historic preservation and postal service users rallied in favor of keeping the 80-year-old...
  • Bail cut for assault suspect in Glendale

    Bail cut for assault suspect in Glendale
    A public safety instructor pleaded not guilty Monday to formal accusations that he sexually assaulted a 14-year-old Hoover High School student. More than a dozen family members and students appeared in a Glendale courtroom to support Delvon Jackson, 38,...
  • Glendale's Japan sister city deal may collapse

    Glendale's Japan sister city deal may collapse
    A Japanese city is considering dissolution of its sister-city relationship with Glendale, a move its officials say is unrelated to the installation of a controversial “comfort women” memorial, despite statements in the local media and a...
  • Glendale shelter may move south

    Glendale shelter may move south
    For the first time in several years, the Glendale emergency winter shelter may not be located at the National Guard Armory, a downtown site that has sparked controversy in the past, in large part because of its proximity to the Central Library and...
  • Glendale police disciplinary appeals agreement challenged

    The Glendale Civil Service Commission this week challenged a new agreement that would change the way appeal hearings are heard for disciplined police officers, claiming the revision violates the city charter. The city adopted a one-year contract in...
  • Video: People ignoring warning lights at Burbank Metrolink

    In a drive to combat pedestrian fatalities, Los Angeles County transit officials unveiled a video Tuesday showing dozens of people walking, running, bicycling -- and in one case, rolling in a wheelchair -- across dangerous railroad tracks despite flashing...