San Fernando Valley roundup: Amanda Bynes cited for driving with suspended license, Bob Hope Airport seeks to capitalize on construction delays

Good morning, readers. Today is Tuesday, September 18.

Actress Amanda Bynes was cited for driving with a suspended license Sunday morning in Burbank.  A spokesman for the Bob Hop Airport police says the actress was not detained, but her car was impounded. L.A. Times

The Bob Hope Airport announced plans to launch a $150,000 marketing campaign highlighting the airport’s convenience amid major construction projects on the 405 Freeway and the Los Angeles International Airport. Burbank Leader

Manuel Figueras, a longtime aide to L.A. City Councilman Richard Alarcon, pleaded not guilty to a vehicular manslaughter charge. Figueras allegedly struck and killed a pedestrian in a city vehicle as he crossed Vineland Ave. in North Hollywood. Daily News

Students at El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills wrote essays about their views on gay marriage in order to gain admission to a school play about Proposition 8. Sacramento Bee

Police are searching for a missing 24-year-old man in the Reseda area. Police believe the man, Paul Koppenhaver, may be suicidal. Patch

--Josh Cox, Times Community News

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