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Since the beginning of the new year, about 120 Burbank police officers have been outfitted with new body cameras.
State Sen. Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) introduced Senate bills 805 and 849, two measures dealing with absences of school employees and students.
The manager of a Burbank apartment complex reportedly used a BB gun on Friday to detain a woman who had allegedly been stealing mail from the building.
Rep. Adam B. Schiff, lead House manager in the impeachment case against Trump, tells The Times he expects new evidence to come out at the Senate trial.
The Burbank studio has broken ground on two new Frank Gehry-designed office towers fashioned to look like icebergs floating alongside the 134 Freeway.
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  1. After months of deliberation and public input, the Burbank Unified school board unanimously voted to change the name of David Starr Jordan Middle School on Thursday.
  2. As he stood in the center of a lecture hall, Joseph Alexander rolled up a sleeve of his light blue dress shirt.
  3. A motorcyclist died in Burbank Thursday after being involved in a fatal traffic collision near Glenoaks Boulevard and Cornell Drive, according to police.