The silent memorial of the all-white painted bicycle parked at Magnolia and Buena Vista. It’s known as a ghost bike, and serves as a somber memorial for 63 year old Burbank bicyclist, Henry Peter Kuen, who recently succumbed to injuries received December 9th while crossing that same Intersection.
Burbank High didn't have to go too far to find its next girls' basketball coach. John Wells, a first-year physical education teacher at the school...
Another successful Art Show is in the bag for Family Service Agency of Burbank. The art auction and dinner, which took place on June 3rd, was one of the biggest auctions they’ve hosted yet, with over 200 pieces of art donated by over 120 artists.
Indians fall behind, lose Pacific League contest to Apaches.
Four beloved educators were given a special tribute on Wednesday night at the second quarterly mixer of the Burbank-Burroughs Alumni Assn.
This past Saturday The Burbank Fire and Police Department opened their doors for the community to see it's operations and all the services they both offer the community.
Sister Regina Palamara celebrates her Diamond Jubilee with more than 700 close friends and receives the Key to the City from Mayor Frutos. Honoree works to make people more aware of life through four principles -- love, be kind, try harder and don't give up
The Burbank Tournament of Roses Association's entry into the 128th Rose Parade was "Home Tweet Home" this was the Associations 85th entry and the 70th consecutive float into the Rose Parade.