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Glendale (Los Angeles, California)

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  • Can I recycle ... palm fronds?

     
    weekly story on what can and cannot be recycled in L.A. and Southern California....
  • Can I recycle ... milk cartons?

     
    Next in a series on recycling. This time paper cartons for milk, broth, wine and other products....
  • Southland businesses urged to get ready for 'The Big One' -- a 7.8 earthquake

     
    "The Big One," a massive earthquake rippling down the San Andreas fault, would potentially cripple Southern California’s economy and deal a severe blow to millions of workers and hundreds of thousands of businesses, according to a report released...
  • Glendale undercover officers shoot suspect in North Hollywood

     
    At least one person was wounded in a shooting involving Glendale police officers in North Hollywood, authorities said Tuesday. No officers were hurt in the incident, which was reported shortly after 4 p.m. in the 6300 block of Colfax Avenue,......
  • Glendale's pot dispensary ban is expected to be extended

     
    The Glendale City Council on Tuesday is expected to extend its temporary ban on pot dispensaries. Medical marijuana dispensaries are prohibited under the city's current zoning codes, but the City Council approved a moratorium last year to close Glendale's...
  • Appeals court declines to rule on whether California medical marijuana laws bar cities from outlawing dispensaries

     
    A state appeals court declined Wednesday to decide whether California’s medical marijuana laws prevent cities and counties from outlawing dispensaries, sending a closely watched dispute over Anaheim’s 3-year-old ban back to the lower court for more...
  • Board denies parole for Hillside Strangler

     
    Kenneth Bianchi, the Hillside Strangler who roamed the streets of northeast Los Angeles and Glendale with his cousin torturing and killing nine women in the late 1970s, has been denied parole. The decision was made by a panel in Sacramento,......
  • Football: Week Zero schedule

     
    Here's the schedule for Week Zero of Southlands high school football (September 1-4). Two schools will actually open the season before that, as San Clemente heads to Hawaii and Fountain Valley to Las Vegas next week. Thursday, August 26th INTERSECTIONAL.....
  • Vandalism at Armenian church brings hate crime charge

     
    A man who vandalized a stone monument at St. Mary's Armenian Apostolic Church has been charged with a hate crime by the Los Angeles county district attorney's office. The vandalism charges filed against 23-year-old Glendale resident Victor Petrescu were...
  • Encino's California United Bank to acquire California Oaks State Bank

     
    California United Bank, a 5-year-old Encino community bank, plans to extend its Ventura County operations by acquiring California Oaks State Bank of Thousand Oaks, a smaller business lender that also has an office in Simi Valley. An announcement Wednesday...
  • Live grenade forces evacuation of Glendale Community College campus, nearby homes

     
    A live Vietnam-era grenade was detonated Thursday at a Glendale Community College satellite campus, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Investigators said the device was unearthed by construction crews at the Garfield Avenue campus....