In the dismal Los Angeles election cycle that mercifully concluded on May 21, much was made about the lack of women in high places if Wendy Greuel didn't win the mayor's race.
The popular Got Wheels! youth transportation program seems to be headed to the budget cutting room floor. Cartoonist Bert Ring gives his take.
Just in time for Memorial Day, cartoonist Bert Ring imagines a tipsy local failing to take consequences for his actions. Be safe out there!
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) wants residents living near Bob Hope Airport to be able to get a good night's sleep, so he has reintroduced legislation to let the airport impose a formal, legally binding curfew on all flight operations.
The Glendale City Council wants to scrap an annual $125-per-table fee for billiards establishments, with officials acknowledging that the charge was originally put in place to deter pool parlors from opening in the city.
One of two employees injured in an explosion at the La Cañada Flintridge Sport Chalet on March 1 is suing the company.
Glendale Community College trustees had a short-lived moment of relief this week, having approved a three-year contract with David Viar, who will serve as the school's new superintendent/president beginning this summer.
Assuming we can trust estimations coming out of City Hall this week, swimmers will be able to test the water at the renovated Verdugo Park pool in early June. Or maybe it will be July, August or sometime next year.
There were 10 times as many transient-related calls for service during the most recent winter homeless shelter at the National Guard Armory on Colorado Boulevard compared to the year prior, records show.
If Adelante Latinos — an organization launched in 2004 to promote and celebrate the success of Glendale Unified's Latino students — needs a poster child, Gabrielle Granados would fill the role admirably.