City transportation planners gauge residents' interest in adding barriers to high traffic neighborhoods during first of three community workshops. One Keystone resident says city needs to address characteristics of individual blocks before adding bicycle/vehicle share lanes. Kenneth residents say no to traffic circles and entry islands but want the city to explore more options.
Burbank Animal Control Officers are forced to euthanize a badly injured coyote discovered caught in a trap in bushes near the freeway at Bob Hope Park.
“Best Business and Consumer Reporting” and "Best News Videography of a Hard News Story” honors go to Burbank's Station Manager
Scott Scozzola now oversees all of the golf, maintenance and restaurant operations as of January 1.
Burbank Tournament of Roses Association's Lights! Camera! Action! is a winner once again
Drop off old Christmas trees at a designated park now, cut it up to fit in the green bin or put the tree out at the curb after January 2.
Burbank couple wins first place two years in a row in the city's Holiday Outdoor Decorating Contest. All winners will receive certificates from City Council Tuesday evening.
Former Burbank Officer finds out decision after deliberation by Burbank's City Manager. Arbitrator had ruled for reinstatement
Burbank Civic Pride Committee is seeking entries for the 31st annual Holiday Decorating Contest. Last year only 24 entries were received. Deadline to submit entry forms is 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Tons of mud & debris causes street closures.
Passengers may now receive expedited screening benefits when traveling out of the BUR’s Terminal ‘A’ and ‘B’ during peak travel periods.
The 4,100 square foot rink will accommodate up to 165 skaters per session, and will remain open for six weeks from Friday, November 22 through January 5, 2014
Members of the Retired Senior Volunteers Program were honored for giving 147,483 hours to more than 50 nonprofits and public agencies for a 12-month period