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Zizette Mullins for City Council
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Burbank Man Arrested For Pipe Bombs On Rose Street

A Burbank man was arrested on two felony charges connected to the discovery of two explosive devices in a residence on Rose St. last Friday.

LeVar Burton Reads To Edison Elementary Children

The acclaimed television and film actor and the face of Reading Rainbow stops by Edison Elementary and introduces the childhood literacy program's new app including an emphasis on music via the Kindermusik program.

Funeral Services Set For Former Mayor Al Dossin

Al Dossin elected in 1985 Mayor in 1988 passed away this week.

Foundation Doubles Scholarship for Fallen Officer

The Burbank Police Foundation unanimously voted in favor of doubling the Matthew Pavelka Scholarship amounts for 2014 - bringing each of the six scholarships up to $1,000

Burbank Man Arrested After Hot Prowl Incident

One Burbank man is awakened by sounds of an intruder in his home, early Friday morning. The resident fled the apartment and called Burbank Police. Another Burbank man is charged after police arrive on scene and take him into custody.

Firefighters Rescue Cats From Burning Structure

Firefighters quickly put out the flames on Sparks St. and also assisted in saving a cat

Bomb Squad Blows Up Two Devices in Burbank Home

Suspect still on the loose after search warrant finds two devices on 1900 block of Rose Street

Storm Rolls Through Burbank With Mostly Minor Damage

A winter storm rolled through Burbank on Friday and while it did not do a lot of damage, two locations were not so lucky

BAFA Forum Examines Arts, Sciences And Technology Future

Burbank Arts For All Foundation holds one of their series of Creative Circles forums to talk about the future of arts and technology in Burbank schools and across the country.

District Attorney Files Charges Against Driver Who Struck Child

Four charges were filed against Meagan Booth, who was arrested on February 24 for DUI and hit and run after Booth struck a five-year-old crossing Victory Blvd. Booth was also charged with child endangerment because her own two-year-old child was in her car.

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Muir Middle School Celebrates 100 Years

Our biggest goal is to create good people. We want them to be scholars, artists and athletes.

Burbank Police Report: September 12 – September 18

A one-week summary of those people arrested by the Burbank police department.

Burroughs Football Takes Out Crescenta Valley 42-14

The Bears beat the Falcons 42-14 but now face host Pasadena, the favorite to win the Pacific League.