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.
On Tuesday, June 23, the Burbank City Council meeting included passing new measures to end the ongoing disruption in the Starlight Estates neighborhood of Burbank.
Legendary weathercaster Fritz Coleman is retiring from his role as NBC4 LA's weekday weatherman after nearly 40 years with KNBC.
On Thursday, June 18, a fire was started in the Starlight Estates neighborhood of Burbank after ongoing disturbances from visitors.
David Aaron and neighbors gathered to show support for human rights with the message that Burbank is "No Place for Hate" after he was the subject of repeated hateful harassment.
Burbank resident Ivan Cregger celebrated his 99th birthday in a ceremony honoring his years of service to the country.
The Burbank Parks and Recreation Department has plans to develop a new off-leash dog park named after the late Dick Clark.
16-year-old Burbank resident Micah Homoyounian is battling a rare chronic kidney disease and is in search of a donor.
Protesters gathered in downtown Burbank to peacefully support Black Lives Matter after the murder of George Floyd.
The Burbank Unified School District Food and Nutrition Services staff provided 10,000 meals a week to community members in need.
A Burbank rent control initiative introduced by Konstantine Anthony was recently dismissed by the city.
Emerging comedian Noah Copfer has a new show, entitled "Alpha Beta Comedy with Noah Copfer and Friends," being held online on May 31.
Burbank local Angel Roman used challenges he faced growing up as a motivator when starting his own business.