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Glendale (Los Angeles, California)

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  • Can I recycle ... palm fronds?

     
    weekly story on what can and cannot be recycled in L.A. and Southern California....
  • Can I recycle ... milk cartons?

     
    Next in a series on recycling. This time paper cartons for milk, broth, wine and other products....
  • Southland businesses urged to get ready for 'The Big One' -- a 7.8 earthquake

     
    "The Big One," a massive earthquake rippling down the San Andreas fault, would potentially cripple Southern California’s economy and deal a severe blow to millions of workers and hundreds of thousands of businesses, according to a report released...
  • Glendale undercover officers shoot suspect in North Hollywood

     
    At least one person was wounded in a shooting involving Glendale police officers in North Hollywood, authorities said Tuesday. No officers were hurt in the incident, which was reported shortly after 4 p.m. in the 6300 block of Colfax Avenue,......
  • Community Colleges Forced To Cut Admissions, Classes Due To Budget

    GLENDALE (KTLA) -- Faced with mounting state budget woes, Glendale Community College announced Thursday they will eliminate the school's 2012 winter session. The school is expecting a funding reduction between $6.7 million and $10.7 million if Governor...
  • Jones, Rosas spark Vaqs

    VALLEY GLEN — Strategy can go a long way for Neil Jones. When pounding the all-weather tracks across Southern California, there's many things to consider for the Glendale Community College men's track and field athlete. Even the smallest detail...
  • Court affirms ruling against city

    GLENDALE— The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday affirmed a federal jury's decision that a Sunland man had been wrongly detained by Glendale police as part of a murder investigation. In upholding the 2009 verdict, the appellate panel...
  • Woman arrested in texting fatality

    Woman arrested in texting fatality
    GLENDALE — A 20-year-old Tujunga woman was arrested Tuesday after police say a nearly three-month investigation showed she was texting at the time she drove through a stop sign and killed an 80-year-old Glendale resident in a crosswalk. The woman,...
  • Ruling supports Armenian Genocide suits

    The descendants of Armenian Genocide victims won a significant victory Friday when a federal appeals court ruled that they should be allowed to sue to recoup unpaid insurance benefits related to the atrocity. The decision by a three-judge panel of the U....
  • Parks director heads south

    CITY HALL — Community Services & Parks Director George Chapjian announced Wednesday that he will leave Glendale after seven years to head up the parks department in Long Beach. Chapjian, who notified City Manager Jim Starbird of his departure...
  • District braces for more cuts

    Glendale Unified officials are bracing for an additional $7.6 million year-over-year reduction in state funding, cuts that will result in a $16.4-million budget shortfall by the 2013-14 school year unless the district drastically reigns in spending....
  • Council wants to review jury award

    GLENDALE — The City Council on Tuesday instructed city attorneys to review additional legal options after a federal appellate court affirmed a jury's decision this week to award $1.31 million to Edmond Ovasapyan, who was found to be wrongly detained...