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Providence Will Use Remote Learning for Remainder of School Year

The school implemented its remote learning curriculum on March 16 and since then, students have not missed a day of instruction

Hollywood Burbank Airport Increasing Cleaning

Procedures to help prevent the spread of covid-19 keeping passengers and employees safe

Man in Stolen Vehicle Killed After Striking Stone Pillar

Vehicle struck the pillar head-on where Olive turns into Country Club Drive after witnesses said to have seen car driving erratically and speeding

Deadline for Real ID Changed Due to Coronavirus

Real ID's pushed back one year. Hollywood Burbank Airport will not require until October of 2021

Burbank High Seniors Honored As Leukemia And Lymphoma Society Students Of The Year

Two Burbank High seniors raised nearly a quarter of a million dollars over seven weeks to fight blood cancer; they, along with other L.A. County top student fundraisers, were recognized at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Students of the Year annual gala.

Burbank High Vocal Music Association Wins Landmark Ruling In Tresona Copyright Suit

In a strongly worded judgement and landmark ruling, the 9th Circuit Court found in favor of Burbank High's choir program and clarified "Fair Use" terms in federal copyright law for music education programs nationwide, while instructing Tresona to pay the BHS defendants' legal fees.

Burbank Restaurants Treading Water to Stay Afloat

Anxiety is high as restaurateurs wonder how much longer they can keep their doors open, while the country grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic

Burbank’s Disaster Council Meets, Chairman Issues Social Distancing Rules

"Any person violating any of the provisions or failing to comply with any of the mandatory requirements of this Code including violating this order may be guilty of a misdemeanor pursuant Burbank Municipal Code"

Burbank’s Stance on Gun Stores in Burbank: Essential or Not?

Do Burbank gun stores stay open or not? Are they 'essential' or not? Does the Sheriff or City decide? What we found out

Rep. Schiff Floor Speech in Support of Relief Package for American Workers, Families and Small Businesses

Burbank Congressman spoke before passage of recovery bill by House

Latest News From Caltrans Regarding the I-5 Project

Burbank Bridge will be closed to traffic starting at midnight on Friday, March 27 for about a year and a half

Rep. Schiff Statement in Support of Relief Package for American Workers, Families and Small Businesses

$2 Trillion Package Includes Expanded Unemployment Benefits for Freelance, Gig, and Contract Workers in Entertainment and Other Industries

Closure of Burbank Blvd. at I-5 Starts Saturday, March 28

The schedule is weather-permitting and subject to change

South Hills Church – Doing Good by Loving The 818

South Hills Church is hosting a couple of events this week. Pastor Dave Stewart sent this in if you're interested in helping during the COVID-19 difficult times.

Kids at Home? Here are 32 Fun Ideas to Keep Them Busy

Here are 32 ideas of things you can do at home or in your yard to keep them busy and hold onto your sanity

Letter to the Editor: Burbank Councilman Reassures Public

"Please know our City is doing everything possible to maintain our essential services for the residents"

How Burbank High School Is Responding to COVID-19

Burbank High School Principal, Thomas Crowther, discusses how the student body is being impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Earthquake Brace Grant Program for Burbank Homes

Homeowners in the Burbank area can receive $3000 in grant money to retrofit their homes.