Author: Craig Sherwood

About Craig Sherwood

Craig Sherwood is the Executive Editor and President of myBurbank.com. He has been in the news business since 1976 and is a lifelong Burbank resident

DUI Checkpoint Results in Zero Arrests

While there were no arrests, there were seven tickets issued along with seven drivers receiving field sobriety tests

Letter to the Editor: Councilman Wishes Burbank Well

As this year comes to a conclusion, I would like to wish everyone happiness and good health in the new year

Burbank City Council Elects Sharon Springer as New Mayor

She replaces Emily Gabel-Luddy for a one-year term, Bob Frutos selected as Vice Mayor

Pipe Bomb Turns Out to be Possible Movie Prop

What was thought to possibly be a pipe bomb found on Hollywood Way was probably a movie prop

Burbank Police Apprehend Man in Hills Above Nature Center

Police combine helicopter support, their drone and the Fire Department's 'Gator' to apprehend man above Nature Center

UPDATED: Man Hospitalized After Home Invasion Robbery

Man taken to hospital after two men broke into back of his residence on West Palm Ave.

Burbank Police, School District Issue Statement on Threats

Threats at Burroughs have no substance and are not credible according to officials

“Non-credible” Threat Made Against Burroughs High School

Threat made through fake Instagram BUSD account has since been removed with police investigating

First Investigative Genetic Genealogy Case Filed in Los Angeles County Involves Burbank Murder in 1986

22-year-old Mary Duggan was murdered on June 9, 1986 and found in the trunk of her car in a Burbank parking lot

War Memorial Celebrates 50 Years with Remodel

Re-dedication of the Memorial at McCambridge Park on Veterans Day attracts large crowd of citizens, veterans and elected officials

Burbank City Employees Reach Milestones and Honored Recently.

Here is a list of the employees who are celebrating individual milestones this year

Burbank and Burroughs Present 2019 Homecoming Courts

While the bed races, eating contests and band marches are now a thing of the past, the presentation of the Homecoming Courts is still a big event

Burbank Police’s Newest Tool Flies High

Burbank police recently debuted their newest weapon to fight crime and assist in investigations when they demonstrated their new drone