June 29, 2002
Ryan Carter A wile coyote that found a home behind IKEA and eluded authorities for a few weeks has finally been captured. The young female trekked down from the hillside sometime during the last month and was seen several times in the last three weeks by city officials and passers-by on Cypress Avenue near IKEA, Burbank Animal Control Officer Florante Pagador said. Apparently, it found a home in the shrubbery around IKEA and Staples, Pagador said.
June 28, 2008
?300 Block of Alameda Avenue : A Burbank man reported that someone had broken into his 2000 Ford Explorer and stole his $300 portable global positioning system unit on Monday. ?1000 Block of Alameda Avenue : A Burbank man reported Monday that someone stole his 1960 Chevrolet Impala while he was shopping at Staples. The man stated that he did not lock his car and that it was a custom show car valued at more than $100,000. ?2700 Block of Burbank Boulevard : A Glendale man reported that someone bought $1,200 worth of cell phones from his store with a stolen credit card on Monday.
June 14, 2003
Jackson Bell NBC, looking to maintain its prime-time dominance, has hired FX network executive Kevin Reilly to be president of prime-time development, it was announced this week. Reilly, 40, will return to NBC Studios, where he had a hand in developing such hits as "ER," and "Homicide: Life on the Street." As president of entertainment at FX, Reilly was responsible for developing "The Shield," an award-winning drama series, and "Lucky," a critically acclaimed original comedy series.
May 24, 2003
Molly Shore Burbank middle school students are finding out they have a voice in the democratic process. Through Project Citizen Showcase, a program sponsored by Calabasas-based Center for Civic Education, the students have spend the past three weeks learning how to articulate that voice. At the district's second annual showcase event Friday at Luther Burbank Middle School, more than 100 children from Luther Burbank and Jordan middle schools identified community problems and presented action plans based on research.
July 8, 2009
Hordes of spectators surrounded the perimeter of Forest Lawn Memorial Park and Mortuary in the Hollywood Hills on Tuesday morning as they strained to catch a glimpse of Michael Jackson’s coffin and private funeral caravan. Fans engulfed a grassy area across the Los Angeles River as the late pop star’s motorcade — a chain of 30 cars led by five Rolls-Royces followed by more than two dozen California Highway Patrol vehicles — entered into the tightly controlled cemetery.
March 14, 2007
CITY HALL — The developer of a proposed project in the Media District won City Council approval on Tuesday for a 30,000-square-foot three-story commercial building after the Planning Board denied a larger version of the project in November 2006. Neighbors near the project site on Riverside Drive near Pass Avenue had expressed concerns to the Planning Board that the original five-story, 50,000-foot building would increase traffic and cause parking problems in an already congested area.
June 9, 2007
Emin Abnousi, Angelo Ray Acharon, Jose Aguilar, Sarah Aguilar, Joseph Alarcon, Brooke Allen, Brandi Almanza, Yania Almanza, Michael Alvarado, Agina Alvarez, Andrea Alvarez, Daniel Alvarez, David Alvarez, Deanna Alvarez, Jennifer Alvarez, Melissa Alvarez, Brandon Andersen, Meredith Anderson, Kyle Aragon, Bryan Arceo, Jessica Arceo, Jairo Arenas, Danny Arevalo, Alberto Arias, Cassandra Arias, Yader Arita, Tigran Arjoyan, Toschkannie Arnold, Stephany Arroyave,...
August 16, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta LOS ANGELES -- Lyn Shaw and Jim Hilfenhaus are spending their honeymoon among friends -- about 5,000 of them. Instead of sipping champagne over candlelit dinners or taking walks at sunset on some secluded beach, the 42-year-old Burbank woman and her husband, a union organizer, are celebrating their recent nuptials amid the bright fluorescent lights and noisy crowds at the Staples Center this ...
August 9, 2000
Jenna Bordelon BURBANK -- As the Democratic National Convention nears, Burbank law enforcement officials are engaging in drills and classes designed to prepare personnel for whatever may come their next week. Though the details of the preparations are being kept confidential, officials were quick to point out the unlikelihood of trouble in the city during the Aug. 14 through 17 convention. "We have to preserve the standard situation in Burbank," Emergency Services Coordinator Rich Baenen said.
August 23, 2000
Claudia Peschiutta LOS ANGELES -- Democratic Party officials say they are ready to regain control of the House of Representatives from Republicans in November, and are confident state Sen. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) is among those who will help them win the few seats they need to do so. Schiff has a good chance of taking the 27th Congressional District seat away from Rep. James Rogan (R-Burbank), Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee leaders told reporters during a news conference at Staples Center during the Democratic National Convention.