Burbank High Graduates Ready to Take on the World
Burbank High School held their traditional graduation ceremony at the Starlight Bowl Friday night in front of a packed house of family and friends
Burroughs Breaks In New Memorial Field With Its First Graduation Ceremony
After a year away from Memorial Field while it underwent construction, Burroughs seniors were back where they fought to be during graduation - Here is a complete list of graduates with photos by Ross A. Benson.
Photo Gallery: Gun World Opening Brings Protesters and Customers
Gun World's opening drew both protesters and customers to their new location at Magnolia and Screenland Saturday
Burbank Water & Power Unveils New EcoCampus
Burbank Water & Power unveiled their new EcoCampus this week. The project, which was paid for in part by the U. S. Department of Energy, is 100 percent sustainable
Photo Gallery: Burbank Fire Responds for Another Mountain Rescue in the Hills Above Burbank
With the weather getting warmer and the sun setting later, Burbank Fire is getting called more frequently for injured and lost hikers on the trails above the Burbank foothills.
PHOTO GALLERY: Boys & Girls Club of Burbank Host Gala and Auction at Lakeside...
The Club recognized this year’s honoree: Los Angeles County Supervisor, Kathryn Barger, and its Youth of the Year, Adrian Casillas.
Photo Gallery: IKEA Steps Up to Remodel Snack Shack
On March 26th, 2022, the JBHS Baseball Boosters Snack Shack was opened, exactly two years later to the date that it was finished.
Three Graduates to Take Their Place With Burbank Police
Burbank Police Recruits Sarah Brady, Julie Oates, and Kiyomi Scott, graduate from Sheriff's Academy and are now ready to start their careers on the streets of Burbank
Photo Gallery: Free Pet Wellness Clinic Attracts Hundreds of Fur-Babies and Their Owners
The Better Neighbor Project, along with Burbank Parks and Recreation and State Senator Anthony Portantino, hosted a Free Pet Wellness day
Photo Gallery: River Rescue Successfully Saves Humans and K-9 Scooby
K-9 pet Scooby got caught in the rushing water in the vicinity of the Sepulveda Basin, the 911 call to the Los Angeles City Fire Department brought out a slew of emergency equipment.