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Burbank Firefighters Quickly Take Care of House Fire

Firefighters took 26 minutes to put out an attic fire in a home on East Valencia Ave. in Burbank on Friday afternoon

Burbank Police to Hold DUI and Driver License Checkpoint August 25

On Saturday, August 25, 2018, the Burbank Police Department Traffic Bureau will be conducting a DUI and Driver License Checkpoint

Meet Multitalented Soon Hee Newbold Burbank’s Newest Reserve Officer

Composer, writer, and director Soon Hee Newbold is one of the Burbank Police Department’s newest reserve officers.

City of Burbank Releases Draft Environmental Impact Report for Airport’s 60 Acres

The Avion Burbank project will be a mixed-use campus proposed by Overton Moore Properties for 60 acres of vacant land adjacent to Hollywood Burbank Airport

Burbank Unified Students Head Back To School

Students attended the first day of classes for the 2018-19 school year at BUSD campuses; school and City officials emphasized driving and walking safety tips.

St. John Paul II Academy Will Replace Bell-Jeff High in 2019

After 74 years, Bellarmine-Jefferson High School has officially closed its doors. However, the building will soon take on a new life as “St. John Paul II STEM Academy at Bellarmine-Jefferson.”

Burbank Creates New Buffer Bike Lanes

The City of Burbank has painted a new bike lane to protect cyclists from parked car doors opening in front of them

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Burbank Victory

The ships number and designation was #721 Burbank Victory, VC2-S-AP2

Burbank National Night Out Becomes Citywide Block Party

The Burbank Police Department hosted the 2018 National Night Out Block Party on the Chandler Bike Path while local neighborhoods held their own get-togethers.

Three Grand Theft Suspects Escape

On August 6 at 5:50 p.m., Burbank Police responded to an incident of grand theft at Target in Empire Center.

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L.A. Sheriff’s Department Rolls Out Project Lifesaver To Find Critical Missing Persons With Autism And Alzheimer’s

Part 2 of our special series on L.A. County's new tracking technology program for finding missing people with cognitive and communication disabilities.

OPINION: BUSD Tries To Find Show Choir Harmony

July 25 had a warm night.  But the political temperature was hotter inside Burbank Unified School District headquarters.  Discord loomed.

Weekend Car Classic Attracts Twenty Thousand Car Enthusiasts

The Burbank Downtown Car Classic attracted hoards of car enthusiasts walking San Fernando Boulevard between Angeleno and The Burbank Town Center, looking at 200 cars, motorcycles and almost anything with wheels.

UMe Super Awesome Scholarship for High School Seniors Announced

Credit union with roots in local education to award $2,500 in college funds to two local students

Two Suspects Arrested for Robbery and Staged Kidnapping

On July 29 at 4:15 p.m., two women were robbed by two men at gunpoint in the Home Depot parking lot. One of the women was kidnapped, but was later discovered to have planned the incident with her ex-boyfriend who aided in the robbery.

Burbank Human Relations Council Presents “A Christian, Muslim And Jew: In Conversation”

The interfaith forum provoked thoughtful conversation and positivity.

Downtown Burbank Car Classic Saturday 3pm to 9pm

Top celebrity vehicles, more than 150 classic cars, automotive-related vendors, and deejays spinning music from the decades will be in the spotlight at the 7th Annual Downtown Burbank Car Classic

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Project Lifesaver Aids Search For Missing Persons With Alzheimer’s And Autism

L.A. County Sheriff's Department rolls out a new program using tracking technology to help find missing people in L.A. County with Alzheimer's, dementia and autism.