La Cañada golf's Morikawa moves on

DESERT HOT SPRINGS — With three holes remaining in his round Thursday and winds continuing to gust in excess of 35 mph at Mission Lakes Country Club, La Cañada High senior Collin Morikawa was on the verge of seeing his final season blown away at the CIF Southern Section boys’ golf championship.

<p>Megan Reilly and the La Canada High softball team came up short in playoff action Thursday.</p>

Late rally by La Cañada softball comes up short

LA CAÑADA — Sammy Jedrey liked the chances of the La Cañada High softball team to mount a comeback bid after she hit a towering home run in the fourth inning in an opening-round game of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs Thursday.

<p>Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy standout Kirsten Vose's high school swimming career has officially come to a close.</p>

Area swimmers opt out of CIF State Championships

When the inaugural CIF State Swimming and Diving Championships get underway Friday morning at West Clovis High, there will be an interesting void.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy softball goes through Fillmore to get to second round

FILLMORE — It began with a move to the Sunshine League, a subsequent trip south to CIF Southern Section Division V and finally a journey to Fillmore.

<p>Christian Bergman.</p>

Major League Baseball Update: Bergman handling role well with Colorado Rockies

The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players.

Crescenta Valley softball done in by Redondo Union

REDONDO BEACH — It was two spectacular efforts that helped eliminate the Crescenta Valley High softball team from the postseason Thursday afternoon.

<p>Burbank High's Allyson Capili and Isabel Frias celebrate after Capili caught a deep flyout against La Mirada in a CIF softball playoff game at McCambridge Park in Burbank on Thursday, May 21, 2015. Burbank won the game 3-1.</p>

Capili lifts Burbank softball to win in playoff opener over La Mirada

BURBANK — Allyson Capili has had her share of struggles this season for the Burbank High softball team.

City staff proposes $800M budget

A budget of nearly $800 million is proposed for the 2015-16 fiscal year, one a top city official says will include a small surplus, but the years following will entail some uncertainties stemming from a legal battle with the state as well as ongoing increases in paying for employees’ retirement costs.

<p>An Amerian flag waves on the grass near the Vietnam&nbsp;War Memorial at Ocean View Boulevard and Honolulu Avenue in Montrose on Flag Day, Friday, June 14, 2013.</p>

Local Memorial Day ceremonies to pay tribute to veterans, fallen soldiers

Memorial Day will bring a series of events to the Glendale area that will give local citizens the opportunity to pay respects to veterans, including those from the area who perished in battles overseas.

<p>Burbank Water & Power spokesman Joe Flores holds a Smart Meter at the utility's building on Magnolia Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, September 28, 2011.</p>

Council approves utility rate increases

Following a contentious debate about utility rates, Burbank City Council members on Tuesday voted 4-1 to raise the rates for water, power, sewer and refuse services.

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