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Burbank High Graduates Celebrate Home Field Graduation

Burbank High Graduates use their football field after moving from the Starlight Bowl.

Seniors Become Graduates During Ceremony at Burroughs

Seniors receive diplomas during graduation ceremonies held on Memorial Field Thursday evening

Walk Bike Burbank Presents “ADVOCATE OF THE YEAR” Award

Burbank resident and daily bike rider, Susan Yamamoto was recently awarded “Burbank Bike Advocate of the Year” by Walk Bike Burbank, local chapter of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition.

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Remembering Burbank’s Sacrifice for Our Country

Each Memorial Day the names of those who were lost are read aloud and a Red Rose placed on their monument to assure that their names ring out in our city once again so their sacrifice is not forgotten

Caltrans Gives Latest I-5 Construction Updates

Caltrans construction activities continue

Adult School Students Graduate as Burbank High Prepares For A Change

The Adult School Class of 2017 graduated Wednesday evening in the Luther Middle School Auditorium. There were speeches, scholarships were presented and all the Pomp & Circumstance those students deserved.

Bike, Walk to Work Day Again A Total Success

Each year in May, the Burbank Transportation Management Organization partners with the business community to celebrate Clean Air Month.

Jordan Middle School Unveils “History Of Burbank” Mural

Jordan Advanced Art students contributed to the design and painting, collaborating with professional muralist Henry Goods, of the freshly completed mural "History of Burbank."

Enjoy Burger Month With One Of Black Angus’ Six New Burgers

(Courtesy of Black Angus Steakhouse)

May is National Hamburger Month and Black Angus Steakhouse has six Bad @ss Burgers for you to try out. Each…

Get Out Of Town!: EvolvCycle

One of the best indoor cycling studios in Los Angeles is located just a few minutes drive west of Burbank in Studio City.

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Burbank Public Library Apollo 8 Program Features Author Talk

The Burbank Public Library offers a free program on the risky and monumental Apollo 8 space mission, with a conversation between author Jeffrey Kluger and space historian Amy Teitel.

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Burbank’s Own Song

If you would like to hear a performance of this home town song I will be giving a slide presentation this Saturday afternoon at the Burbank Historical Society Gordon Howard Museum at Olive Rec at 2 pm.

Have You Seen This Burbank Bank Robber?

The Burbank Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect responsible for a bank robbery at U.S. Bank on Olive

Fire Service Day Joined with National Police Week Celebrated by Thousands Locally

This past Saturday The Burbank Fire and Police Department opened their doors for the community to see it's operations and all the services they both offer the community.

Burbank Police Arrest Driver After Long Low Speed Pursuit

Burbank Police Officers responded to call of a possible DUI driver near Hollywood Way and Verdugo.

Muir Middle School Teacher Becomes Published Author

Bill Esparza, a Special Education Teacher at John Muir Middle School, recently had his book, L.A. Mexicano, published

Thursday is Bike to Work Day

Embracing the theme, “Bike. Walk. Breathe!” to promote healthy living, clean air, and getting people out of their cars to get to work

Things To Do in Burbank for Mother’s Day!


Did you forget tomorrow is Mother’s Day and now you don’t know where to take her? Here is what is going on Burbank, so you can make her…