Burbank Police's Officer of the Year shared one of many events in his long career that may help us understand what has kept him going despite all the slings and arrows that he and other police officers face daily
Burbank honored our own hometown heroes with a Community Service Awards ceremony at the Elks Lodge.
Nearly 200 families with autistic children joined ground staff and aircrews from JetBlue, TSA officers, and airport staff on Saturday afternoon to experience the realities of air travel. JetBlue has sponsored its “Wings for Autism” program over the past three years, and selected Burbank for the first west coast “travel rehearsal” event.
Burbank icon Otto Jensen came to town in 1940. Most widely known as a photographer, he was also a boxer and an actor.
His show, "Assembled in America" will feature 60 of his California Assemblage sculptures, that he has made since 1964 to the present
What's the one time you can slip a cop as much money as you want and it won't be considered a bribe? When it's Tip-A-Cop and the money goes to a great cause!
Bob Hope Airport Police Officers Association and employees presented checks to Aleyna Doche, who has kidney cancer and is raising money for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.
Luther Middle School English teacher Rebecca Mieliwocki is recognized for making the classroom a fun place to learn and for being an inspiration to fellow teachers as Zonta Club of Burbank's Woman of the Year 2013. Recipients are those at the forefront of many initiatives and organizations that improve day-to-day quality of life for thousands in this community, by advancing the status of women.
Burbank Mayor stops by to sing 'Happy Birthday' to senior about to celebrate her 101st birthday. Her secrets to a long life are having a sense of humor, taking long walks, gardening and eating butterscotch candy.
The assisted living facility provides residents rooms with kitchens, three chef-prepared meals a day, fun and challenging activities and rides to doctor appointments and shopping.