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Fire Destroys Home on South Lake Street Thursday Night

Firefighters battled a two-alarm house fire Thursday night on South Lake Street

Everyone is a Winner at Civitan Club’s Annual Fashion Show

Foothill Civitan Club's 31st annual fashion show luncheon benefits Burbank charities and especially those that help people with developmental disabilities.

Car Enthusiasts Flock to Downtown Burbank Car Classic

This past weekend thousands of car enthusiasts turned out to enjoy some of the hundreds of cars that were on display during the Downtown Burbank Car Classic.

Burbank Police Unveil New Command Post

Officially called a Mobile Communication and Command Vehicle, or mobile command post, about $350,000 of the $488,000 cost of the vehicle and communications equipment was covered by a Grant

Marlan Andrew Guiliacci

Longtime Burbank resident and community volunteer

Miller Holiday Sing Along Features Elementary Chorus

Fourth- and fifth-graders sang holiday favorites at the annual Miller Holiday Sing Along.

Vote Centers in Burbank Now Open

Eight vote centers are now open in Burbank through election day

Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Doesn’t Skip a Beat for the Past 40 Years

Fellowship gathers yearly as Burbank's newest Mayor welcomes spiritual group and City leaders

Police Arrest Man On Restraining Order And Burglary Charges After Extensive Search

Police arrest man on a burglary charge and restraining order violation after a thorough search of a residence in the Burbank Hill area.

Burger Review: Olive’s Bistro

Yes a little pricey, but for hotel food, you can't beat this place

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Burbank Boosts Recruitment Efforts for Fire and Police Departments

Burbank Fire and Police Departments have both increased recruitment efforts to close staffing gaps.

Burroughs Drama Showcases “Avenue Q (School Edition)” Online

The John Burroughs High School Drama program presents Avenue Q (School Edition) online through Saturday evening, March 6. "The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story...

Burbank Files Civil Action to Disconnect Power and Padlock Doors of Tinhorn Flats

City files suit to have Tinhorn Flats shut down. Asks for injunction to have electricity cut and doors padlocked along with paying all court costs