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Jose Hernandez

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  • Burbank enjoyed unlikely success during 2011-12 campaign

    Burbank enjoyed unlikely success during 2011-12 campaign
    This is the first in a four-part series looking back on the sports accomplishments of the four local high schools during the 2011-12 year. This installment is Burbank High: ¿ It didn't take long from the beginning of the school year for a Burbank High...
  • Orioles announce minor league coaching staffs for 2013

    Orioles announce minor league coaching staffs for 2013
    The Orioles have announced their minor league coaching staffs for the 2013 season. Most of the staffs remain similar to last year’s, although former Orioles player Ryan Minor will become the manager at advanced Class-A Frederick after managing...
  • Former Marshall Coach Jerry DeLaurie named new Burbank boys' basketball coach

    Burbank High wanted to hire a new boys' basketball coach with experience. It got just that in Jerry DeLaurie. DeLaurie has been hired to replace Jose Hernandez, who left last month to take a job at Corona High. DeLaurie, who has been a physical...
  • The Crowd: Arts supporters honored

    The Crowd: Arts supporters honored
    The 13th annual Orange County Arts Awards were presented Sept. 18 during a dinner ceremony at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Produced by Orange County impresario Richard Stein, the organization honored three individuals and one couple for lifetime...
  • Glendale Angelenos score seven in bottom nine for walk-off win, 11-10

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — A four-hour thriller saw the Glendale Angelenos trail, tie and then fall behind by as many as five runs in the seventh inning. But Glendale's summer collegiate baseball club made an improbable comeback when Ruben Padilla...
  • Brooks: City still a place for connections, dreams

    It's been a great view from the beloved Mesa this week. There have been plenty of moments that reminded me of what is good about our community. Here's the week in review: Monday night my boyfriend and I rode bikes over to Triangle Square (I'm sorry, I...
  • Local boys' basketball teams ready to make mark on court

    Local boys' basketball teams ready to make mark on court
    Each of the four local boys’ basketball teams lost key players to graduation or had individuals transfer. However, no other squad was been more depleted than Burbank High. The Bulldogs lost 11 seniors to graduation after last season and had just...
  • Man charged with molesting friend's granddaughter

    A 55-year-old man pleaded not guilty Tuesday after he allegedly molested the 9-year-old granddaughter of a woman who allowed him to stay with her because he was sick, officials said. Prosecutors charged Jose Hernandez with committing five felony counts...
  • Baseball: A.J. Silberman strikes out 10 for ECR

     
    Looking for a No. 2 pitcher, Woodland Hills El Camino Real may have found one in A.J. Silberman, who struck out 10 in 6 2/3 innings while allowing three hits in a 10-3 victory over Verdugo Hills. San Fernando improved......
  • 3 California Democrats to get extra help in congressional races

     
    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has included three California congressional candidates in its "Red to Blue" program. Teacher Mark Takano of Riverside is among them....
  • Assemblywoman can be 'small-business owner' on ballot, judge says

     
    Assemblywoman Beth Gaines (R-Rocklin) won a court fight to list her occupation on the ballot as "small-business owner."...