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News | May 7, 2005
Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Johnathan B. Hauptfuhrer, son of Stephan P. McIlvaine of Burbank, and Barndt Hauptfuhrer of Bronxville, N.Y., is in the middle of a routine scheduled deployment, while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, homeported in Bremerton, Wash. Hauptfuhrer is a 1991 graduate of Bronxville High School in Bronxville, N.Y. and joined the Navy in June 1993. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Phil K. Flores, son of Manuela N. and Oscar A. Flores of Burbank, recently returned from a routine scheduled deployment, while assigned to Strike Fighter Squadron 105 (VFA-105)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Bianca Nepales | August 8, 2007
Fire up those hot rods and slick back your hair for "Be-Boppin' in the Park," Magnolia Park's first vintage car show and street festival this Saturday in Burbank. More than 1,000 visitors are expected to view about 200 pre-1972 classic, modified or muscle cars, motorcycles and trucks during the Magnolia Park Partnership event from 3 to 9 p.m. along Magnolia Boulevard. "We hope the entire community comes out and has a good time," Magnolia Park Business Improvement District Chairman Ira Lippman said.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | April 29, 2006
Linda Murphy realizes her life will be forever intertwined with volleyball. Along with being a standout player for the United States national team in the 1960s, Murphy ? a Burroughs High graduate ? was also an Olympian and has spent decades coaching and holding clinics for young players. In recent years, she has also taken up another volleyball-relayed cause. Murphy is passionate about preserving and chronicling the history of the U.S. national women's teams from throughout the years.
NEWS
By Fred Ortega | March 15, 2006
DOWNTOWN ? A Burbank resident who fled to Armenia after allegedly bilking 10 area victims out of $65,000 by selling them fake plots at Forest Lawn Glendale is back in the Southland and in custody, authorities said Sunday. Robert Ovsepyan, 35, was taken into custody by Armenian law enforcement authorities on March 8 , said Det. Tigran Topadzhikyan of the Glendale Police Department. Two members of the FBI's Fugitive Task Force, which worked with Glendale detectives in tracking Ovsepyan down, flew to Armenia's capital of Yerevan over the weekend and brought the suspect back to the Southland Saturday night, officials said.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | March 3, 2010
Even before the Pacific League season, which is set to begin next week, there is a buzz about the Burroughs High boys’ tennis team. With the influx of two talented freshmen players for the Indians, coupled with a few departures from league-champion Arcadia, Burroughs looks to be the front runner in league. “With those new players, I don’t think anybody’s going to be able to tough Burroughs,” Burbank Coach Loi Phan said. “Burroughs should be the top team, followed by Arcadia.
SPORTS
By Story by Seth Amitin ?Photo by Tammy Abbott | April 18, 2009
Berit Kaesler might owe some of her athletic prowess to genetics. Being the daughter of a German gymnast probably aided in giving her the foundation she needed to become a success. “I used to be a swimmer and I used to play soccer,” said Kaesler, a standout aquatics athlete at La Cañada High. “But I was never that great at soccer, and swimming got really boring. “Water polo seemed to be the perfect fit for me. Being able to swim and outswim other girls, [and]
LOCAL
By Veronica Rocha | July 22, 2009
BURBANK — Six people were arrested Saturday on suspicion of stabbing five people during a private party at a production studio on Maria Street, police said. Police arrested Spartak Hovakimyan, 26, of Van Nuys; Zareh Manjikian, 21, of Van Nuys; Arman Hayrapetyan, 29, of North Hollywood; Lyubov Remenaik, 21, of North Hollywood; Areg Khachikian, 29, of Glendale; and Sayad Agadjanian, 30, of Tujunga in connection with assault with a deadly weapon, Burbank Police Sgt. Robert Quesada said.
LOCAL
By Christopher Cadelago | July 3, 2009
BURBANK — A North Hollywood pain management doctor awaiting a two-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to writing illegal prescriptions was found dead last weekend in his Burbank home, police said. Dr. Bernard Bass, 62, was discovered dead at 5:28 p.m. Sunday in the 800 block of East Andover Drive, Burbank Police Sgt. Thor Merich said. The case is being investigated, but police said they do not suspect foul play. The Los Angeles County coroner’s office Thursday confirmed Bass’ body was requested from the funeral home for an examination, toxicology analysis and autopsy, the results of which are expected in four to six weeks.
LOCAL
By Jeremy Oberstein | December 1, 2007
GLENDALE — A jury returned a unanimous guilty verdict Friday against a Burbank woman accused of involuntary manslaughter in the death of a 75-year-old parking attendant whose fatal head wound resulted from an altercation over a $5 parking fee. In June 2006, 32-year-old Hilda Voskanian, who was seven months pregnant, pushed Pedro Dorado in the parking lot near Bellaj Reception Hall on East Olive Avenue after she refused to pay the fee. ...
NEWS
By Rachel Kane | June 9, 2007
They piled into shuttles and trekked up a mountainside carrying flowers, balloons and well wishes for graduates of the Class of 2007. Loved ones packed the Starlight Bowl in Burbank Friday night for Burbank High School's graduation. Inside the bowl, they waited, dressed in blue caps and gowns, some wearing their honors cords and service learning medals, all ready to change their tassels from right to left. "I'm excited because I'm the first person to graduate," Sosi Abrahamian, 17, said.
NEWS
February 3, 2001
Karen S. Kim BURBANK -- Faced with the possibility of public distrust over a campaign donation received from Sempra Energy, the parent company of Southern California Gas Company, City Council candidate Stacey Murphy said she will look into returning the $250 she received on Dec. 27. Although Murphy doesn't think there is a conflict of interest, as the city in her words "doesn't really have a relationship" with Sempra...
NEWS
September 29, 2001
Ryan Carter HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- State insurance fraud investigators have arrested a 41-year-old Burbank man on suspicion of insurance fraud and filing a false police report. Steve Vlaszof, a Burbank auto body mechanic, allegedly reported $35,000 worth of items stolen from his home in the 500 block of Eton Drive, said Daniel Deglauve, criminal investigator in the California Department of Insurance's Fraud Division. In 1999, Vlaszof reported that items including expensive jewelry, camera equipment and computer hardware had been stolen from his home, said Sgt. Bill Taylor of the Burbank Police Department.
NEWS
By Bill Kisliuk, bill.kisliuk@latimes.com | August 28, 2010
A Burbank gun store cited for violating weapon registration laws is closing this month, but new owners hope to relaunch the business. While the current owners of Gun World on Magnolia Boulevard declined to comment, a sheet of paper taped to the door tells the company's side of the story: "Because of the even stricter gun laws which have made operating our businesses next to impossible, Gun World has decided to close its doors. " Its last gun sale was Aug. 21. The sign said the store will stay open to sell accessories through Sept.
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