On Tuesday morning students from John Burroughs High School, law enforcement officer from the Burbank Police Department and California Highway Patrol (CHP), and the Mercedes Benz Driving Academy joined forces to kickoff California Teen Safe Driving Week and National Distracted Driving Month.
Four candidates who want to lead Burbank for the next four years are asked some tough questions by staff and readers
Candidates were asked five questions that will be part of the District’s equation for the next five years
KFI 640 Radio Show Host and Burbank resident selected to head Burbank on Parade on April 6.
“I also believe we should roll back the special immunity that the gun industry enjoys that no other industry in America does. And that is that the gun sellers can act in a negligent way, and can turn a blind eye to the straw purchasers that come and buy dozens of weapons and then turn them over to people who can’t pass a background check”
Having won three consecutive league championships, the Indians have the enviable task of trying to “4-peat” in 2013
Eight percent of eligible voters elected a Councilman and just over 6% approved a $110 million bind issue to raise taxes.
The Bulldogs are back in business again and will field a varsity team for a second consecutive year
Police to use pilot program to gather statistics in a neighborhood to better combat crime and local problems as well as giving residents a single point of contact to streamline the process
The Bulldogs will rely on one of the top pitchers in the area to lead them
Recently retired Burbank Fire Department Chief Ray Krakowski and Logix Federal Credit Union were given awards for past service
Indians will be challenged by a strong Burbank squad