Good morning, readers! Today is Thursday, April 10, 2014. The high is predicted to reach 82 and low 58 in the Glendale region.
These are the top headlines in your area this morning:
- Retired Col. Nancy Sumner, a Glendale resident and a Burbank High School graduate, was recently appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to serve on the California Community College Board of Governors, a 17-member group responsible for helping guide and set policy for the state’s 112 community colleges.
- A Glendale police officer who sued the city after he was exposed to blood during an arrest has prompted changes to the department’s policy and increased training for handling similar incidents.
- A 40-year-old Burbank man was arrested Tuesday after allegedly waving a knife, while drunk, outside Domino’s Pizza in Burbank after an employee told him the store was closed, police said.
- INTERACTIVE: The California Department of Motor Vehicles office in Glendale doesn’t have enough organ donors, according to an area donor nonprofit, and donation advocates want to change that.
-- Sameea Kamal, email@example.com
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