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YMCA Turkey Trot Draws Nearly 2,000 Runners – (Results)

The Burbank YMCA held it's annual Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning with a record number of participants joining the race.

Salvation Army with Sunrise Rotary Serves Up Thanksgiving Meals for over 300

Wednesday evening the smell of cooked turkey and all the fixings were in the air at the Burbank Salvation Army. Members of Sunrise Rotary along with a slew of volunteers served up over 300 meals to guests.

City of Burbank Gives Thanks to its Employees

City holds breakfast to thank employees and recognize employees who have reached milestones

Burbank Police Department Earns Re-Accreditation in Standards of Excellence

Achieving this accreditation requires voluntary compliance with hundreds of law enforcement standards established by CALEA® based on best practices

Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign Begins

Continuing a 127-year long tradition, The Salvation Army Burbank Corps has begun this holiday season's Red Kettle Campaign, which raises money for the less fortunate.

Hollywood Burbank Airport Offers Holiday Travel Tips

Passengers are encouraged to arrive at the Airport between 60 and 90 minutes prior to their scheduled departure time in order to find parking, check luggage and go through the security checkpoint

Burbank Police to Host Crime Prevention Seminar for Businesses

Seminar will focus on crime prevention tips, deterrence strategies, crime trend discussions, and legal challenges as they relate to retail and business establishments in the City of Burbank

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Holiday In The Park Draws Record Crowds

22,000 people attended Magnolia Park's annual Holiday in the Park event.

“Choose Love Over Hate” Vandal Chooses Hate

Last week, a Burbank resident witnessed a woman cutting down a banner promoting the message "Choose Love Over Hate" on Burbank Blvd.

Letter: Councilman Wishes All a Happy Holiday Season

"It is time to reflect on all of the blessings for which I am thankful."

New Apartments, Businesses Included in Olive Stations Project

Once finished, Olive Stations will be just a short walk from the Burbank Metrolink Station and the newly expanded Nickelodeon campus.

BPD Receives $100,000 Grant From Office of Traffic Safety

The Burbank Police Department has received a $100,000 grant from the Office of Traffic Safety to fund traffic safety and awareness.

Traveler Visits McKinley Elementary Ahead of USC – UCLA Game

On Thursday, November 16th, staff and students at William McKinley Elementary school participated in their annual College Rivalry Day, which consists of a special visit USC's Mascot Traveler!

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Muir United Focuses On Tolerance And Diversity For The Future

Emmy-Award-winning actor Jim Parsons gave the keynote speech for a day focused on promoting tolerance and diversity at the Burbank middle school.

NKOTB’s Joey McIntyre Joins A Funny Thing at Garry Marshall Theatre

Joey McIntyre became a member of New Kids on The Block when he was a preteen and then in his twenties.

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Big Boy! A Burbank Tradition

The Big Boy the signature Burger was originally made as a joke for a customer who asked Wian for “something different”

International Flamenco Dancer Maria Bermudez Thrills at El Portal Theatre This Weekend

Sonidos Gitanos has given audiences the unique opportunity to experience Flamenco in its most authentic form

The Warner Bros Studio Tour Is Giving Away a Free Limited Edition DC Comic on November 18th

One of the benefits of going on the tour is you get to visit The Archive