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Burbank Los Angeles Swim Team a Splash Hit for the Community

Burbank's newest swim program, BLAST, is thriving at Verdugo Aquatics Center and welcomes others to join

Sharkey’s Bistro Cooks Up Tasty Memphis-Style BBQ

The family-owned restaurant serves up delicious 100% hand-crafted home-cooked meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Their BBQ plates and burgers are "Tops in Town."

Charlie Peebles, DPM: Burbank Native Provides Friendly Foot Care in Atlanta, Georgia

The 1987 graduate of John Burroughs High School has been the team podiatrist for the Atlanta Hawks since 2006 and also works with the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, University of Georgia and Georgia Tech

Scott Powell, MD: Singer Turned Surgeon Making a Difference for Others Here in Burbank

Dr. Powell is also the team physician for the United States Soccer Federation Women’s National team

Dr. David Gordon Appointed Burbank Mayor

Vice Mayor is elevated to top position by a 4-0 vote; Mayor Emily Gabel-Luddy abstains

“Tonight Show” Employees Remember Good Times Working with the King of Late Night

Wally Wingert and Dave Banks share their memories with Jay Leno

Elks Honor Four People For Outstanding Community Service

Elks Community Service Awards spotlight four individuals who continue to make a difference in Burbank: a police officer, a teacher, a city employee and a firefighter.

Take A ‘Journey To Bethlehem’ This Weekend In Burbank

Step back to the time of Jesus' birth when you take the "Journey To Bethleham" this weekend at Village Church.

Tim Cates: Burroughs Graduate Transcending Sports Talk Radio

The 1996 Burroughs alum has risen through the ranks of sports talk radio and become one of the elite producers in the profession

Magnolia Park Draws Large Crowds for Holiday in the Park

Sounds of Christmas Carols, jazz, blues, and folk singers delighted hundreds of residents and visitors in the Magnolia Park district of Burbank on Friday evening.

Burbank House Fire Kills Woman

Elderly woman is killed and son and daughter-in-law are injured in Saturday night fire on Evergreen St.

Burbank Police Go High Tech in Predicting Crime Trends

Jessica Statland from the Burbank Police Department discusses intelligence-led policing, community policing, crime reduction, and data analytics.

Northwest Library Reopens to Great Reviews

Reading community celebrates reopening of Northwest Library following 11 months of renovations including seismic reinforcing, fire sprinklers and monitoring, disabled access and improved lighting. Some of the aesthetics are large windows framing park views and better flow in floor plan