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THE818NOW
September 5, 2013
Roughly $13,000 worth of computers and printers were stolen from a commercial warehouse in Burbank this week, police said. Sometime between 1 p.m. Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday, 12 computers, six printers and 19 toner cartridges were stolen from Diagnostic Laboratories' warehouse, located in the 2800 block of Ontario Street, said Burbank Police Sgt. Darin Ryburn. No signs of forced entry were reported, and no suspects have been identified, Ryburn said. Anyone with information about the theft is urged to call Burbank police at (818)
THE818NOW
February 28, 2014
The roof of a warehouse building in Burbank collapsed and ruptured a gas line Friday morning, and authorities are investigating the cause. The warehouse, located at 3083 Lima St., is part of a block-long, one-story building that also houses three other businesses, said Burbank Fire Capt. Peter Hendrickson. [Update 2:29 p.m.:   Investigators believe the collapse may have been caused by a blockage in a roof drainage pipe, Hendrickson said. ] The roof collapse caused an estimated 40-by-40-foot hole and broke a gas line, and 10 to 20 people working in the adjacent offices had to evacuate the building, he added.
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By Christopher Cadelago | September 18, 2009
DOWNTOWN — The owner of a furniture store has been sued by comedian Adam Carolla for defaulting on months’ worth of rent for using his warehouse at the Burbank Airport Commerce Center. In the lawsuit filed against Lounge 22 LLC Aug. 28 in Los Angeles Superior Court, Carolla is seeking nearly $45,000 in unpaid rent for the 12,368-square-foot warehouse from May through July, and about $500 for each day since Aug. 1. On July 2, Lounge 22 owner Armen Gharabegian was given three days to either settle the debt or return possession of the property at 7679 San Fernando Road, according to court records.
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By Chris Wiebe | September 6, 2006
SOUTH SAN FERNANDO DISTRICT — The Burbank theater company Shakespeare at Play relocated to a warehouse on Oak Street on Saturday, with a troupe of actors and technicians dragging everything from props to costumes to stage flats to their new facility in 100-degree heat. The company had to clear out of its former location in the Theater Arts Courtyard on San Fernando Boulevard to make room for the property owner's possible expansion of the 800-square-foot building. Movers transported both the contents of that facility, as well as three spaces of stored equipment, Shakespeare at Play member Jim Schendel said.
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By Christopher Cadelago | May 20, 2009
BURBANK — Construction crews are set to break ground on a $14.9-million Burbank Water and Power project as part of what officials called an aggressive plan to serve as a model of sustainability. The yearlong project, slated to begin next month, consists of a 16,729-square-foot warehouse and a two-story service center measuring 8,768 square feet per floor. The site will also include improved landscaping using recycled water and a system that prevents storm water from draining into the sewer.
THE818NOW
By Alene Tchekmedyian, alene.tchekmedyian@latimes.com | February 28, 2014
As rain drenched the Southland on Friday, authorities responded to storm-related incidents, including a warehouse roof collapse and a tree that crashed onto a Burbank home. The roof of a warehouse collapsed in the morning, rupturing a gas line and forcing an evacuation. Investigators believe the collapse was caused by a “basketball-sized” blockage in a roof drainage pipe, said Burbank Fire Capt. Peter Hendrickson. The warehouse, located at 3083 Lima St., is part of a block-long, one-story building that also houses three other businesses, he said.
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By Chris Wiebe | August 19, 2006
MEDIA DISTRICT - The fates have conspired against Burbank theater company Shakespeare at Play, tossing a stumbling block in the middle of its August outdoor performance series. The company, based for more than three years in the Theater Arts Courtyard on San Fernando Boulevard, is scrambling to clear out of that facility to make room for the property owner's possible expansion of the 800-square-foot building. Everything from props to costumes to stage displays must be packed up and lugged into the company's new space, a warehouse on Oak Street near Main Street, said Debbie Gates, executive director for Shakespeare at Play.
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By June Casagrande | March 26, 2008
This just in: A Southern California man has just lifted a half ton of crates and carried them across a warehouse — in his mouth. Not far away, a certain stage show has been deemed so dazzling that it made one reviewer feel as if she were struck by the process of fading. And in the Catalina area, a tourist has learned how to propel himself forward on a bicycle through the sheer power of salesmanship. Welcome to News of the Jeered, a new segment in which we make fun of other people’s mistakes even though they don’t deserve it. The reason the authors of these accidental news items don’t deserve this mockery is that their mistakes are very understandable and very common.
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By Alene Tchekmedyian, alene.tchekmedyian@latimes.com | February 28, 2014
As rain drenched the Southland on Friday, authorities responded to storm-related incidents, including a warehouse roof collapse and a tree that crashed onto a Burbank home. The roof of a warehouse collapsed in the morning, rupturing a gas line and forcing an evacuation. Investigators believe the collapse was caused by a “basketball-sized” blockage in a roof drainage pipe, said Burbank Fire Capt. Peter Hendrickson. The warehouse, located at 3083 Lima St., is part of a block-long, one-story building that also houses three other businesses, he said.
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THE818NOW
February 28, 2014
The roof of a warehouse building in Burbank collapsed and ruptured a gas line Friday morning, and authorities are investigating the cause. The warehouse, located at 3083 Lima St., is part of a block-long, one-story building that also houses three other businesses, said Burbank Fire Capt. Peter Hendrickson. [Update 2:29 p.m.:   Investigators believe the collapse may have been caused by a blockage in a roof drainage pipe, Hendrickson said. ] The roof collapse caused an estimated 40-by-40-foot hole and broke a gas line, and 10 to 20 people working in the adjacent offices had to evacuate the building, he added.
THE818NOW
September 5, 2013
Roughly $13,000 worth of computers and printers were stolen from a commercial warehouse in Burbank this week, police said. Sometime between 1 p.m. Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday, 12 computers, six printers and 19 toner cartridges were stolen from Diagnostic Laboratories' warehouse, located in the 2800 block of Ontario Street, said Burbank Police Sgt. Darin Ryburn. No signs of forced entry were reported, and no suspects have been identified, Ryburn said. Anyone with information about the theft is urged to call Burbank police at (818)
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By Gretchen Meier, gretchen.meier@latimes.com | July 31, 2010
Fire officials continue to investigate the cause of the fire that gutted a commercial building Tuesday evening near downtown Burbank, but said the blaze caused $1.75 million in damage. "It could take weeks to find out the cause, or we could know tomorrow," Burbank Fire Capt. Ron Bell said. Both the Fire Department and insurance company investigators continue to sift through the charred building at San Fernando Boulevard and Santa Anita Avenue to determine what set off the two-alarm fire in the wholesale distribution company.
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By Christopher Cadelago | October 2, 2009
DOWNTOWN — The owner of a furniture store has been sued by comedian Adam Carolla for allegedly defaulting on months’ worth of rent for using his warehouse at the Burbank Airport Commerce Center. In the lawsuit filed against Lounge 22 LLC Aug. 28 in Los Angeles Superior Court, Carolla is seeking nearly $45,000 in unpaid rent for the 12,368-square-foot warehouse from May through July, and about $500 for each day since Aug. 1. On July 2, Lounge 22 owner Armen Gharabegian was given three days to either settle the debt or return possession of the property at 7679 San Fernando Road, according to court records.
NEWS
By Christopher Cadelago | May 20, 2009
BURBANK — Construction crews are set to break ground on a $14.9-million Burbank Water and Power project as part of what officials called an aggressive plan to serve as a model of sustainability. The yearlong project, slated to begin next month, consists of a 16,729-square-foot warehouse and a two-story service center measuring 8,768 square feet per floor. The site will also include improved landscaping using recycled water and a system that prevents storm water from draining into the sewer.
NEWS
By June Casagrande | March 26, 2008
This just in: A Southern California man has just lifted a half ton of crates and carried them across a warehouse — in his mouth. Not far away, a certain stage show has been deemed so dazzling that it made one reviewer feel as if she were struck by the process of fading. And in the Catalina area, a tourist has learned how to propel himself forward on a bicycle through the sheer power of salesmanship. Welcome to News of the Jeered, a new segment in which we make fun of other people’s mistakes even though they don’t deserve it. The reason the authors of these accidental news items don’t deserve this mockery is that their mistakes are very understandable and very common.
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