Author: Staff

Jeepers Creeper – Detectives Arrest Suspect Dubbed The “Office Creeper”

Suspect struck three times in the City of Burbank, stealing wallets from three separate employees in medical offices at Providence Saint Joseph’s Medical Center

Pasadena High Players Lose More than Football Game to Burbank High

Police investigating after three football players from Pasadena High reported a theft of items from their bags left in locker room during game

Metrolink to Perform Late Night Construction for New Station

Four-week period beginning on Monday, October 9, 2017 from 10pm - 6am

Caltrans to Close Alameda Avenue for Five Nights

Alameda Avenue from Flower Street to Lake Street will be closed from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Sunday, October 8 through Thursday, October 12

State Senator Portantino Gives Luther Students “Words of Wisdom”

The “Words of Wisdom” messages discusses topics such as honesty, respect, responsibility, diversity, the importance of education, and taking a stand against bullying

Elvis Enters The Pool At Rock A Hula

Burbank's active seniors got to dance to the music of Elvis Presley while enjoying Rock-A-Hula at Verdugo Park Aquatic Facility.

Walk Bike Burbank to Hold Bicycle Festival Sunday

First city-wide Burbank Bicycle Festival to be held at Edison Elementary on Sunday, October 1st from 12pm to 4pm

LA County Public Works to Perform Maintenance on Burbank Debris Basins

Facilities are located within burned canyon areas that have the potential to release large amounts of sediment and debris when it rains

Six Citations Issued During Railroad Crossing Enforcement Operation

Operation was conducted by Burbank Police and Metrolink in conjunction with Rail Safety Week, which runs from September 24 to September 30

City of Burbank Warns of Hepatitis A Virus Among Homeless

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) has declared an outbreak of Hepatitis A virus (HAV) among populations who are homeless and/or use illicit drugs

Rap Superhero Coming to Burbank Schools

Environmental Message Will Reach Hundreds of Students in Burbank

Zonta Club Provides Educational Grant For Women Seeking Change

Zonta Club is a non-profit service organization providing grants and programs, which empower women locally and globally through service and advocacy

Burbank Police Honor Fallen Officer Richard Kunkle

Burbank police remember Officer Richard “Dick” E. Kunkle each year by laying a wreath at The Guardians statue