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Burbank Educational Foundation hosted a State of the Schools Breakfast fundraiser at the Castaway restaurant but warned fundraising can’t be the only solution to Burbank Unified’s financial woes.
Burbank police arrested a man on Feb. 13 who allegedly sent bomb threats in January to Warner Bros. Studios as well as the SAG-AFTRA offices in Los Angeles and New York City.
Travelers who plan to fly domestically and use their driver’s license will need a Real ID-compliant one by Oct. 1.
Hollywood Burbank Airport will convert its 20 noise monitors to have wireless connections to allow contractors to address issues with the devices more quickly.
Although Burbank Unified made some improvements, graduation rates at Monterey High and mathematics throughout the district were identified as points of weakness.
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  1. The Southern San Fernando Valley Airplane Noise Task Force held its fourth meeting, which several members believed did not provide any answers or solutions to the airport noise issues in the region.
  2. Community group UproarLA provided the Southern San Fernando Valley Airplane Noise Task Force with their solution on how to address the airplane noise in the region.
  3. Several community groups, including those representing Valley Village, provided the Southern San Fernando Valley Airplane Noise Task Force with additional information and suggestions on how to tackle the issue.
  4. Applying for the TSA’s PreCheck program just became more convenient for those in the east San Fernando Valley.
  5. A Burbank man was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for producing child pornography while working as a nanny in Los Angeles County, authorities said.
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