Burbank Leader


Burbank shelter offers refuge from Creek fire for horse owners

Although the flames are far from extinguished, the Creek fire led to the temporary displacement of thousands of Los Angeles County residents at its outset; but it wasn’t just people who had to flee. While smaller animals such as cats and dogs could easily stick by their owners as they sought refuge,...


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Ataya hat trick highlights Crescenta Valley girls' soccer rout of Burbank

Ataya hat trick highlights Crescenta Valley girls' soccer rout of Burbank

BURBANK — There’s a bit of a youth movement taking place on the Crescenta Valley High girls’ soccer team. Youth paved the way for Crescenta Valley, which got three goals from freshman forward Chloe Ataya and two from freshman Dana Ryan en route to an 8-0 road win against Burbank on Friday in the...

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A museum dedicated to the history and art of ‘selfies’ is coming to Glendale


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  • PETA official urges compassion for wildlife affected by fires

    As wildfires continue to rage, let’s not forget that humans aren’t the only ones who are suffering. Animals’ homes are being destroyed, too. Once the smoke clears, this means that coyotes, cougars, deer, bobcats, raccoons and other animals will likely be venturing into residential areas in desperate...

  • Co-chair of Kindertransport event invites all to participate Sunday

    I will be attending a special evening on Sunday, Dec. 3, and I invite Burbank residents to join me. We will gather on the steps of City Hall to recognize World Kindertransport Day, which commemorates the rescue of 10,000 children in the beginning of World War II. They were sent from occupied Europe...

  • Burbank councilman offers holiday wishes to community

    I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends. With the holidays upon us, it is time to reflect on all of the blessings for which I am thankful. I am thankful for another good year of health for myself and my family. I am continually honored and blessed to serve as your council...

  • 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...


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