Burbank Survives First Santa Ana Condition Of The Season With Little Damage

Burbank Forestry Crews along with Burbank Water and Power Lineman were kept busy Monday during the first Santa Ana Wind Conditions of the season.

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Jordan Robotics Fields Three Teams For FIRST Tech Challenge

Funds from the recent Young Sheldon Grant allowed Jordan Middle School to field three robotics teams for the 2019 FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition.

Woman Critically Injured After Palm Tree Crushes Vehicle

A female passenger remains in the hospital after the vehicle she was a passenger in was struck by a palm tree while driving down Olive by Warmer Bros. Friday night


“The Contest” Author Discusses Tumultuous 1968 Presidential Campaign

The free event at the Burbank Public Library focuses on what the author, Michael Schumacher, calls "the 1968 election and the war for America's soul." He also asks, "What did we learn?"

Thank A Soldier Event Packs Over 1000 Boxes For U.S. Troops

The Burbank community gathered together on Saturday morning in the UMe Credit Union Parking lot and packed boxes with everyday essentials.

Burroughs On Broadway Continues with Shows Today and Sunday

Burroughs opened their Burroughs On Broadway fundraiser show to a please audience last night and the show will continue with additional shows this afternoon, and evening and a show on Sunday.


Get Out Of Town!: Eataly L.A.

Open for nearly a year, Eataly L.A. is worth the drive across town, with fantastic restaurants, desserts, coffees and a market stocked with everything needed to make an amazing Italian meal at home.

Burbank Authors to Give Upcoming Presentations

Authors to appear at The Burbank Historical Society Saturday Oct 13th at 2 pm and The Buena Vista Library Oct. 16 at 7pm among other appearances

Serial Ikea Mattress Thief Caught

Over several months, Burbank Police have been investigating a series of burglary crimes with information provided by Ikea security. On September 27, police arrested a suspect trying to steal a mattress from the store.

International Walk/Bike To School Day Held In Burbank

Students, adults, teachers and administrators participated in the 2018 Walk/Bike to School Day on Wednesday, October 10.

Firefighters Work Fast to Knock Down House Fire

Burbank fire responded to a one story house with heavy fire in the front room on Brighton Wednesday morning

Letter to the Editor: Retired Educator Supports Measure QS

As a property owner in Burbank, my property value benefits from outstanding schools and city services

City of Burbank Honored As Family Service Agency Celebrates 65 Years

On Friday evening October 5, at the outdoor terrace of Burbank’s newly renovated Town Center Mall, 325 guests enjoyed a spectacular sunset and dancing under the stars as they celebrated Family Service Agency’s 65th Anniversary at the annual IMAGINE A CITY Gala.

Letter to the Editor: No Vote Recommended on Measure P Sales Tax Hike

This $20M Measure is 2x what the City actually needs to balance future Budget deficits

Actor From ‘Ray Donovan’ Series Arrested for DUI, Child Endangerment

On October 3, Burbank Police arrested Marion Hall for a DUI and child endangerment after crashing into a parked car with his 2 year old son in the car.

Magnolia Park Merchants Holding Fundraiser to Support this Year’s Holiday In The Park

Community member, Sarah Tacoma, created and submitted the design to the association during a contest

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Burbank Back in the Day

Ever wonder what it was like in Burbank 50,80 even 100 years ago? One way to find out is to look at the many archives of old Burbank newspapers. We have…

Burbank Police Share Special Brew On National Police Officer’s Coffee With A Cop Day

Burbank Police took advantage of National Police Coffee with a Cop Day on Wednesday and set up camp at The Ugly Mug.