A petition lobbying for diversity in classroom curriculum that started amongst Northern California students has expanded as a Burbank high schooler is leading a campaign for its me ...
New regulations for the Starlight Estates neighborhood were approved at Burbank’s most recent City Council meeting, which took place on Tuesday, June 23, 2020. The meeting included ...
Students from the John Burroughs High School Vocal Music program will perform popular hits from the 1980s for the Total Eclipse of the Stream show via the Twitch platform on Saturd ...
The Fourth of July arrived early this year—nearly a month and a half early – and Burbank residents are not enjoying the fireworks. Terrorized, tortured, and just plain scared ...
The City of Burbank will resume parking enforcement for street sweeping services starting July 6, 2020. Parking enforcement will begin with warnings from July 6th to July 11t ...
Three Burbank High School sophomores have started Project Teens Teach, a free online mentoring program targeted for preschool and elementary students. The six-week program provides ...
Burbank Police were on scene and on patrol in the Starlight Estates after a nearby resident called complaining about a group gathering at Bel Aire Drive and Vista Ridge, upon the o ...
The National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) recently announced the winners of the San Gabriel Valley chapter’s annual scholarship program, including ...
Talent, hard work and determination have all led local star to reach Hamilton College, an NCAA Division III program, as an assistant coach.
Nobody in a hurry to get back to the gridiron until they are safe from Covid-19.
For much of her collegiate softball career, the one-time Burbank High standout, was sidelined because of an assortment of injuries.
Burbank native finds success covering college football locally and nationally for the Columbus Dispatch.
A leadoff hitter and center fielder, the recent graduate played every game with enthusiasm and made an impression on the field.
Former Burbank High star running back isn't giving up on his football career just yet, one year removed from being stunned at not being selected in the NFL Draft.
Burbank resident Ivan Cregger celebrated his 99th birthday in a ceremony honoring his years of service to the country.
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“Every day Burbank is Broadcast to the World”! began the advertisement for Magnolia Park radio station KELW […]
All academic classes during the fall 2020 semester at Providence High School (PHS) will continue to be conducted online as Block Online Learning Days
Two PPE vending machines have been installed in both Terminals A and B, making personal protective equipment readily available by all users of the Airport
The 4th of July in the time of COVID-19 has changed how Burbank will celebrate the 4th. No annual firework displays, picnics in the park with friends and family, or parties at the beach.
Most Burbank residents had their lights flicker and some internet connections go down around 7:30 pm on Tuesday evening after a Fire Hydrant was sheared off and the water geyser went some 100 feet high into powerlines on Victory Blvd. near Chandler.
Police are investigating after a vehicle was stolen early Tuesday morning from the Starlight Estates
Teenager Sophia Moore is leading the Burbank chapter of "Diversify Our Narrative," a campaign which calls for ra more diverse required reading list in English classes throughout California.
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