Author: Devin Herenda

How Burbank High School Is Responding to COVID-19

Burbank High School Principal, Thomas Crowther, discusses how the student body is being impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Burbank-based Unique Vintage Releases “I Love Lucy” Collection

Unique Vintage is providing early access to their "I Love Lucy" collection in their Burbank store on Saturday, March 14.

Local Coyotes Alarm Burbank Neighborhood

Burbank locals have noticed coyotes become increasingly brazen in recent months.

Burbank Crossing Guard Supported by Community After Tragic House Fire

Burbank crossing guard George Contreras has received an outpouring of support from the community after losing everything in a house fire.

Students Give Back at Burbank Animal Shelter

Burbank middle schoolers volunteered to read to rescue animals at the Burbank Animal Shelter on Thursday, February 13.

How Impending Burbank Boulevard Bridge Reconstruction Will Affect the Community

Crews are set to begin a 14-to-6-month-long project of reconstructing the Burbank Boulevard Bridge with an estimated start date of February 14, 2020.

John Burroughs High School Honors Longtime Coach Mike Kodama

A large crowd was in attendance to honor longtime Burroughs boys' soccer coach Mike Kodama, who stepped down from his role as head coach this past season.

Local Artists Pay Tribute to Kobe with Burbank Murals

Local artist Isaac Pelayo, and the creative team of Arthur Akopyan and Haibert Sarkisian, have each created murals in Burbank to honor Kobe Bryant after his sudden passing.

Burbank High School Students Receive Nation-wide Award for Original App

Four Burbank High School students recently won the Congressional App Challenge for their district with their original app, "Go Green," which aims to raise awareness for climate change.