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Glendale (Los Angeles, California)

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  • AT&T seeking $1M from city

    CITY HALL — Burbank and Glendale could be on the hook for $1 million each in response to claims filed by AT&T against cities across the nation. The claim filed with both cities last month is in response to a settlement agreement AT&T reached in a...
  • State business leader visits Rotary Club

    The Glendale Noon Rotary Club was treated to a very informative and inspirational business speech three weeks ago by John Kabateck the executive director, California, of the National Federation of Independent Business. Kabateck returned to his hometown of...
  • Rain, rain, not going away

    With rain expected to drench the city and foothills throughout the weekend, Los Angeles County public works officials advised residents to expect some road closures early Sunday. All county roads in the Station fire burn area, including Angeles Forest...
  • Americana decision was the right one

    I wanted to respond to your editorial ("Redefining 'blighted,'" Dec. 4) criticizing Glendale's consideration of Rick Caruso's plan to expand the Americana at Brand. The properties in question are located in a redevelopment area, which was created to...
  • Hillsides hold, but officials brace for more rain

    Hillsides hold, but officials brace for more rain
    GLENDALE — The hillsides above the areas burned in the Station Fire survived the weekend's latest downpour, but forecasters say a more powerful rain is still to come Tuesday. The relentless storm dumped more than eight inches of rain in most...
  • Briefly In Public Safety

    Boy rescues self from fast-moving wash A 16-year-old boy rescued himself Sunday from a wash at Crescenta Valley Park, where he had entered to recover a basketball, fire officials said. The boy entered the two-inch deep wash to get his basketball,...
  • Leery of Caruso's power in city

    With regard to Theodore Polychronis' letter ("Questions about Caruso and the City Council," Dec.15) about Rick Caruso's plans to take over two properties in order to expand the Americana at Brand, I can only say: Bravo. It's about time someone...
  • Attorney: Client not texting before hitting man

    The attorney for the 20-year-old Tujunga woman charged with vehicular manslaughter after she struck and killed an 80-year-old Glendale man in a crosswalk said on Tuesday that she was not texting while driving, as police have alleged. The woman, Ani...
  • Homeless shelter to stay open all hours

    GLENDALE — The homeless shelter at the Glendale National Guard Armory will be open around the clock through Thursday after state officials on Monday approved 24-hour access as heavy rainfall continued to batter the region. They left open the...
  • Firm makes bid for Broadway

    A Northern California real estate firm has paid $43 million to acquire a 115-unit apartment building on Broadway in Glendale, ending the troubled tenure of the original owner. Palo Alto-based Essex Property Trust Inc. announced Monday it bought 416 E....
  • Evacuation warning in Foothills

    Evacuation warning in Foothills
    More than 200 homes in La Caņada Flintridge and La Crescenta were at risk of being evacuated early Wednesday morning, when a powerful storm surge was expected to bring heavy downpours, flooding and hail to already rain-soaked hillsides. Los Angeles...
  • Two men sentenced in cigarette fraud scheme

    Two Glendale men were sentenced on Monday to 366 days in federal prison for their roles in cigarette trafficking scheme. Grigor Chivitchian, 57, and Sarkis Mkrtchyan, 47, were also ordered to pay $280,000 in restitution to the state. The two men pleaded...