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One dead after multi-vehicle pileup in Burbank

A woman is dead as a result of a collision in Burbank involving multiple vehicles Friday evening. The pileup occurred around 8:10 p.m. on Magnolia Boulevard east of First Street and involved at least three vehicles. According to the Burbank Police Department, a woman at the scene was transported...

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  • Speakers bring lessons of unity to John Muir Middle School

    Speakers bring lessons of unity to John Muir Middle School

    John Muir Middle School principal Greg Miller said he wants to make it clear that the school’s first “Muir United” event on Thursday was not a one-off deal, but rather the first step toward educating students about acceptance and tolerance. “Today is a change of mindset, that the kids moving forward...

  • Homeless pets displaced by Hurricane Harvey touch down at Hollywood Burbank Airport

    Homeless pets displaced by Hurricane Harvey touch down at Hollywood Burbank Airport

    Local nonprofits and pet stores are hoping to find more than five dozen cats and dogs displaced by Hurricane Harvey new homes in Southern California. The Lucy Pet Foundation, a Westlake Village-based nonprofit best known for its free mobile spay and neuter clinics, flew in 63 animals from Houston,...

  • Proposed cuts draw letter of concern from Burbank Unified School District

    Proposed cuts draw letter of concern from Burbank Unified School District

    Burbank Unified school officials plan to draft a letter to the city of Burbank, expressing their disappointment and concern about cuts proposed by city officials totaling over $2 million that pay for certain school programs and services. Steve Ferguson, board president, said during a meeting on...

  • Burbank police honor slain officer

    Burbank Police Officer Matthew Pavelka had only been on the job for less than a year when he was shot and killed during a routine stop in 2003. Wednesday was the 14-year anniversary of his slaying and the Burbank Police Department marked the occasion with a special memorial ceremony in front of...

  • Readers disagree with restaurant owner’s view on NFL controversy

    Re: “No NFL games out of respect,” Mailbag, Nov. 11. I am sure Gary Bric’s feelings expressed in his letter to the editor are sincere, well-intended and patriotic. I would “defend unto death” his right to express his opinion in this great country of ours. My opinion differs from his, as is my guaranteed...

  • Winter Wine Walk hopes to draw in people to downtown Burbank

    Winter Wine Walk hopes to draw in people to downtown Burbank

    The organizers of the Burbank Beer Festival will be back in downtown Burbank on Saturday to host the second annual Burbank Winter Wine Walk. About 30 businesses and restaurants will have their doors open to patrons for the one-day event, in which people can walk from location to location and try...

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