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Burbank High Welcomes Dr. Tom Crowther to Top Job

As a former Burbank High School Assistant Principal it was always passion of his to return to Burbank High School

Burbank Detectives Arrest Two for Attempted Murder

Detectives working the case served a warrant that netted two suspects in the attempted murder April 27 on Kling Street

Councilman Bob Frutos and BPD Honored at Luncheon

On November 3, the Burbank Coordinating Council honored City Councilman Bob Frutos and the BPD, while collecting funds to deliver holiday baskets for families in need.

John Burroughs High School Red Cross Club Hosting Shoe Drive for Texas Disaster Relief

The John Burroughs High School Red Cross Club is hosting a shoe drive drop off event to provide support for Texans who have faced damaging winter storms.

Get Out Of Town!: SUGARFISH By Sushi Nozawa

While SUGARFISH By Sushi Nozawa in Studio City was at the top of their game for indoor dining and service pre-pandemic, during the past...

Police Asking for Public’s Help in Locating a Home Intruder Who Allegedly Sexually Assaulted...

Intruder entered the residence in the early morning hours on March 10

Burbank Firefighters Add Nine to Ranks

“Together in Stride, Centennial Pride” is the motto of the class of 2013 as family members help pin badges on their new uniforms following grueling 14 week academy

Firefighters Respond to Early Morning Fire on Landis Street

One family was displaced after the fire which took firefighters 20 minutes to knock down

Wildlife Learning Center Reopens to the Public

Wildlife Learning Center (WLC) is a zoological park located in an old olive grove in Sylmar, less than 20 minutes outside of Burbank. The center is home to about 50 different species of animals from lynx, bobcats, foxes, bald eagles, and porcupines to snakes, tortoises, alligators, sloths and more. Before the pandemic, WLC was a large part of the Burbank community and advocated for animals at school assemblies, summer library programs, and even at Magnolia Park’s Ladies and Gents Night Out event.

Girl Scout Troop Creates a Library Dedicated to Diverse Voices

Burbank Girl Scout Troop 946 created and installed a Little Free Library (LFL) focused on diverse voices at Ovrom Park in early January for their Bronze Award.

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Burbank Police Log: September 27 – October 3

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