The Early Edition: Burbank Leader
The Top 10 Stories Of 2009
1: Burbank Police’s year of problems: A barrage of outside investigations, lawsuits filed against the city by current and former officers, a police sergeant taking his own life on a residential street and a no-confidence vote in the police chief just days after he announced plans to retire made for a turbulent year at the Burbank Police Department.
House fire sets off live ammunition
BURBANK — Firefighters who responded to a house fire Tuesday in north Burbank had to dodge flying ammunition that was set off from inside by the heat, officials said.
3 want seat in 43rd District
At least three candidates have publicly stated their intents to replace Assemblyman Paul Krekorian (D-Los Angeles), with a fourth weighing a decision to jump into the race.
Airport: Security delays few
AIRPORT DISTRICT — Despite stepped up airline screenings at Bob Hope Airport after an attempted bombing aboard a Detroit-bound Northwest Airlines flight, authorities said delays have been minimal.
TOP 10 SPORTS STORIES OF 2009: Championship feeling
Throughout the past year, the local community experienced its share of important, interesting and tragic sports stories. Some of the stories touched us, some informed us and others just entertained us.
Everyone’s Business: Make good decisions on New Year’s
I’ll bet that on Dec. 19, Thomas Vanauken didn’t wake up and say, “I think I’ll go out tonight, have something to drink, and then drive way too fast on the San Bernardino Freeway and kill somebody.”