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Rick’s Sports Corner: High School Basketball Through The Decades

The common thread is that there are important life lessons learned by playing prep hoops.

Rick’s Sports Corner: Hector Rodriguez Loves Baseball, Coaching

Former Burbank High catcher played college and professional baseball and is now coaching the game he loves to youngsters.

Rick’s Sports Corner: Keith Knoop Wears Numerous Hats

Former prep and college football standout returned to Burroughs High where he coached the football team for 19 years and brought the Indians back to prominence.

Burroughs’ McGovern Picks Harvard

Volleyball star picks Ivy League school after Stanford drops program.

Rick’s Sports Corner: Burbank High’s Adam Colman, Winner, Culture Builder

Onetime standout quarterback returns to his alma mater and finds success and a sense of purpose.

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James Williams Experiences Life in the Real World of Pro Football

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.

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Local Veteran’s 99th Birthday Celebrated by Burbank Community

Burbank resident Ivan Cregger celebrated his 99th birthday in a ceremony honoring his years of service to the country.

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Windy Weather Rips Through Burbank

The largest Santa Ana Wind event since October of 2019 has impacting the Southland. Gusts of up to 30 mph were recorded at the Hollywood Burbank Airport.

Burbank Library Hosts Racial Diversity In Animation Discussion

Four industry artists talk about challenges and experiences as Black people working in the animation world for the Burbank Library's panel "Color Changes Everything: Racial Diversity in Animation."

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Cusumano Family Offers Large Donation to Burbank Boys & Girls Club

The Cusumano Family has donated a $1 million dollar gift to the Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley to help them secure a new main clubhouse location.

Burbank Tournament of Roses Association Continues Work on 2022 Float

The Burbank Tournament of Roses is steadily working on the city float for the next Rose Parade, which will take place on Jan. 1, 2022.

Burbank Unified Outlines Plans For Possible Return To In-Person Instruction

Burbank public schools are planning for a return to in-person instruction and shared a wealth of information with students, parents, teachers and staff at a recent Q&A Session. District officials are currently gathering information on the numbers of students interested in continuing with distance learning or returning in a hybrid learning model, in order to better plan for a possible return.

Weekly Burbank Police Log: October 7 – October 12

It's another busy week for the men and women of the Burbank police department.



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