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Students at Roosevelt Middle School got a crash course about artificial intelligence thanks to a panel discussion led by members from Beyond Limits, a local tech company, as part of Glendale Tech Week.
After internal discussions, city officials notified a county sanitation authority in May 2018 they were no longer looking to increase the size of the 535-acre facility. Plans to expand the landfill have been in the works since at least 2014.
An unknown person used a black marker to vandalize the Korean Comfort Women Peace Monument in Glendale’s Central Park.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is currently considering bills passed by the legislature, including state Sen. Portantino’s later school start time and Assemblywoman Friedman’s fur ban.
Glendale council members said they would reconsider a ban on vacation rentals and eliminated a 180-day rental cap for home-sharing. A vote on the still-evolving Airbnb regulations will likely come in several weeks.
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  1. Three armed robbery suspects tried to hide from Glendale police on Thursday but eventually gave up and turned themselves in after officers began to close in on their location.
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