Disney To Require Employees Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19The Walt Disney Co. announced Friday it will require all salaried and non-union hourly employees at all of its U.S. sites to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Woman Fatally Stabbed At Retirement Home In Burbank By Suspect Who Police Say Was Recently TerminatedA woman was fatally stabbed Friday at a retirement home in Burbank by a suspect who police say was recently "terminated" from the business.
COVID Cases Up 80% In LA County, Burbank Hospital Reconstructs COVID UnitWith COVID-19 cases up 80% in LA County in the past week health officials are urging continued vigilance. Thursday's 2767 new cases mark the highest daily number since February.
North Hollywood Man Gevorg Adoyan Accused Of Scamming Bank Customers In BurbankCharges have been filed against a 29-year-old North Hollywood resident accused of scamming at least 12 people at Logix Federal Credit Union in Burbank.
Downtown Burbank Gets New 16-Port EV Charging Station On Olive AvenueA ribbon cutting was held Monday morning to launch a new electrical vehicle charging station in downtown Burbank.
Former Student Sues Providence High School In Burbank, Alleges Sexual Abuse Of Minor By Then Track CoachProvidence High School, a private Catholic school in Burbank, was sued by a former student who alleges her track-and-field coach sexually molested her as a minor in 2019, and then warned her not to tell anyone what he'd done.
Southbound 5 Freeway To Close Wednesday Night In Burbank For Bridge ConstructionThe California Department of Transportation plans to close all lanes on Southbound 5 Freeway in Burbank Wednesday night for bridge construction.
Burbank PD Arrests Daniel Keshishyan On Suspicion Of Sexual Battery; Additional Victims SoughtThe Burbank Police Department Tuesday announced it had arrested 28-year-old resident Daniel Keshishyan on suspicion of sexual battery.
Burbank Public Library Eliminates Overdue FinesThe Burbank Public Library is officially fine-free.
Flight Delays, Cancellations Continue As Summer Travel SurgesSummer and holiday travel is taking off, but some travelers are finding themselves unexpectedly grounded.
With California's Reopening, Father's Day Celebrations Regain Some Sense Of Normalcy Across The SouthlandAs California reopened this week, lifting the vast majority of COVID-19 safety protocols, it's the first Father's Day in a year that families have had the opportunity to be out and about in the community with friends and loved ones.
Defiant Bar Tinhorn Flats Evicted From Burbank PropertyPossession of Tinhorn Flats’ building and property were turned over to the owner, Isabelle Lepejian, as the last step in the eviction process she initiated against the sports bar, according to Burbank city officials.
Deputy Police Chief Michael Albanese Named Interim Burbank Chief of PoliceDeputy Police Chief Michael Albanese has been selected as interim Burbank Chief of Police.
Funeral Delays Continue After Winter Surge In COVID DeathsMany funeral homes across Southern California are still trying to catch up after being overrun by a surge in COVID-19 deaths during the winter.
Southbound 5 Freeway In Burbank Set For Overnight Closures Through June 19All southbound lanes of the 5 Freeway in Burbank are scheduled to be closed overnight, beginning Tuesday evening, for nearly three weeks to accommodate bridge construction.