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Passenger numbers at Hollywood Burbank Airport stay positive

Hollywood Burbank Airport continues to see its passenger numbers increase this year, reporting a roughly 17.5% jump in July compared to the same month last year, officials said. The airfield had 400,225 passengers travel through its terminals this past July, which was 59,812 more than in July 2016....

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    Burbank police are searching for a suspected purse snatcher after a woman was caught on camera allegedly stealing the bag from an elderly woman in a Ralphs supermarket. The incident occurred sometime around 10:45 on Tuesday as an 82-year-old woman was shopping in the Ralphs at 2600 W. Victory Blvd....

  • High school students in Burbank challenge dress code, call for updated policy

    High school students in Burbank challenge dress code, call for updated policy

    Some local high school students are challenging Burbank Unified’s dress-code policy, saying it is sexist against girls, and they are planning to survey parents, teachers and students on how to amend the policy. Eight students from Burroughs and Burbank high schools shared their personal experiences...

  • Warner Bros. breaks ground on new soundstage

    Warner Bros. breaks ground on new soundstage

    Construction of a new soundstage on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank will hopefully keep entertainment industry jobs in the state and the city, according to company officials. On Monday, Warner Bros. and city officials gathered on a dirt plot next to Stages 28 and 28A to celebrate the upcoming building...

  • John Burroughs High student selected as clarinetist for Los Angeles Youth Orchestra

    John Burroughs High student selected as clarinetist for Los Angeles Youth Orchestra

    Although he’s been playing the clarinet for only a little more than a year, a John Burroughs High School junior was selected last month as one of four clarinetists in the Symphony Orchestra of the Los Angeles Youth Orchestra. Turner Perez, 16, auditioned for a seat in the advanced group at the...

  • On the Town: Former students from 2 high schools reminisce during annual joint reunion

    On the Town: Former students from 2 high schools reminisce during annual joint reunion

    The rivalry between Burbank’s two public high schools usually entails an athletic field to separate the red-adorned students, alumni, faculty and supporters of John Burroughs High School from their blue-garbed counterparts at Burbank High School. This past week, however, saw an evening of purple...

  • Community: Artist teaches colorful lessons on oak trees

    Community: Artist teaches colorful lessons on oak trees

    Watercolor artist Jennifer Bentson has become an educator of oak trees, a vocation acquired quite by accident. The Glendale resident has created a series of paintings and sketches called “California Oaks As Art,” and the more than 50 works are on display at the Burbank Creative Arts Center through...

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