Owner of Burbank Drug Wholesale Company Arrested in $20 Million Federal ‘Structuring’ Conspiracy

Owner of Burbank-based TriMed Medical Wholesalers, Inc. Kayseryan is the lead defendant in a 20-count indictment returned on April 6 by a federal grand jury

House Raided For Marijuana Grow Operation, Two Arrested

Two residents are arrested after trying to flee as Burbank police search property on N. Orchard Dr. and discover garage being used as a marijuana grow room.

Schiff Backed Funding Package Will Benefit Burbank

Funding Will Support Local Economic Development, Health Care, Food Aid, Housing Assistance, and More

Petros and Money Show (and Tim Cates) Visit Simmzy’s

Popular radio duo bring their talents to Burbank

Failure To Register Dogs, Outstanding Warrants Earns Local Woman Trip To Burbank Jail

Repeated visits by Animal Control officers for loose dogs and failure to comply with Burbank Municipal Code ends with local woman's arrest.

Residents Sad To See Local Toys R Us Close

Soon, Burbank will no longer have Toy R Us, which declared bankruptcy last month. Several residents who have a nostalgic attachment to the store are sad to see it go.

Family Service Agency Prepares for Twelfth Annual Care Walk

The Family Service Agency of Burbank (FSA) is excited to announce the Twelfth Annual Care Walk will be held on Saturday, May 4th, 2019 at Johnny Carson Park starting at 9:00 a.m. 

Burbank Police Dept. will hold a DUI Checkpoint on Saturday, Sept. 25

Locations for DUI checkpoints are chosen based on a history of DUI crashes and arrests

Damaged Phone Lines Preventing Calls to Burbank Police

ATT&T has told Burbank Police that some prefixes are unable to use 911 services

Zonta Club Offers Grants

Zonta’s Wings Grant Improving Lives of Local Women

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Burbank Pride’s Family Pride In The Park Brings The Community Together

Burbank Pride’s 2023 Family Pride in the Park featured music, kids’ activities, vendors and resources, celebrity guests, and more at McCambridge Park on Saturday, Sept. 23.

Traffic Violation Leads to the Arrest of Two

A traffic violation resulted in the arrest of two for a first-degree residential burglary warrant

Man Thrown into Window Does Not Press Charges

Despite needing paramedics to respond to treat the victim, he declined to press charges.