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  • Right-to-die supporters rally outside Gatto's office

    Right-to-die supporters rally outside Gatto's office
    About two dozen supporters of a right-to-die bill that would let doctors in California prescribe lethal doses of medications to terminally ill patients rallied outside of Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s (D-Glendale) office Friday afternoon to try to win his support.
  • Antonovich voices interest in state Senate seat

    Antonovich voices interest in state Senate seat
    Stump speeches are common in politics, but this weekend when longtime Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced he’s running for California state Senate in 2016, he made what might be called a bumper speech. Antonovich spoke...

    Start the Presses: Midsummer notes around town

    Start the Presses: Midsummer notes around town
    I want to remind everyone that we'll be having our community advisory boards on Aug. 10 at 6:30 p.m. for Glendale and Sept. 14 at 6:30 p.m. for Burbank. Though it is not a closed group, you need to let me know if you'd like to come so I can make sure we...

    Legislation could allow California firefighters to take down intruding drones

    Legislation could allow California firefighters to take down intruding drones
    If George Lucas were to make a movie about this, you could call it “Attack on the Drones.” Tired of the unmanned devices flying into the airspace of craft trying to fight wildfires, two California politicians — Assemblyman Mike Gatto...

    Glendale Unified renews online monitoring policy

    Glendale Unified renews online monitoring policy
    Glendale school officials will continue monitoring students’ public posts to social-media sites to intervene when students express intent to harm themselves or others under a new $40,500 agreement the school board approved last week. This coming...