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John Burroughs High School was the target of a false threat on Monday that was shared on a fake Instagram account made to look like it was from the Burbank Unified School District, according to district officials.
A 64-year-old man has been charged with murder in two cold cases, one in Burbank, following a process similar to the one that revealed the identity of the Golden State Killer.
Andrew Campa, education reporter for the Burbank Leader and Glendale News-Press, recently won a Gold Quill Award from the California School Board Assn.
If you think you can guess how editors scrutinize your writing, guess again. We’re not judgmental about most of the “errors” people worry about making.
The Burbank Planning Board recommended approval of a mixed-use project at 777 N. Front St. It is proposed to have 573 residential units and a 307-room hotel.
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  1. A report from Metrolink, obtained by The Times, details the agency’s plans to run an electric train service from Burbank to Anaheim, using up to $5.5 billion in funds from the California bullet train.
  2. The Burbank Planning Board recommended approval of a mixed-use project at 777 N. Front St. It is proposed to have 573 residential units and a 307-room hotel.
  3. 14 artists recently completed painting their assigned utility boxes, which were a part of the Burbank Cultural Arts Commission’s utility-box beautification program.
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