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John Levin, accused of killing his wife, arrives at the Glendale Police Department after being brought from Washington state Thursday evening. (Raul Roa/News-Press)

Man accused of killing wife returns to Glendale
GLENDALE — A 45-year-old Glendale man accused of killing his wife and dog returned from Washington state Thursday night to face murder charges, police said.

Draft report gives new look at 710
CITY HALL — Not only is an underground extension of the Long Beach (710) Freeway feasible, but it could take the form of a tunnel connecting to the Glendale (2) Freeway near the Eagle Rock-Glendale border, according to a draft report commissioned by state transportation officials.

Jewish temples on alert after shooting
GLENDALE — A shooting outside a North Hollywood synagogue prompted local temples to be on high alert Thursday, fearing that the incident was a hate crime.

High water mark
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — When Escott Norton spotted inspectors examining his home’s water meter, he thought they were as doubtful as he was that he had used 1.5 million gallons in one two-month billing cycle.

Nitros finish in fourth
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — Trailing Burbank High by one game heading into Thursday’s final regular season Pacific League girls’ tennis match, there was just one way the Nitros could knock the Bulldogs out of third place.

Tornadoes can’t catch break in loss
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — This time around, the Hoover High football team saw its defense shine.

EDUCATION MATTERS: Some scary things
I asked my students, as I do each Halloween, what scares them these days, and I got the usual answers, with this year’s movie “Paranormal Activity” heading the list. (Most of you 18 or older might want to skip this one).


Written by Times Community News

October 30, 2009 at 9:57 am

Posted in glendale, News Roundups

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