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  • State revokes Burbank doctor's medical license

    State officials have revoked the medical license of a Burbank neurologist after they discovered a 2007 felony conviction related to threatening his girlfriend's 13-year-old son with a knife. The medical license for Emilio Louis Cruz, who was last...
  • Traffic deaths and injuries plummet in 2009

    Traffic deaths and injuries plummet in 2009
    In 2009, the rate of traffic deaths and injuries in the U.S. reached its lowest point in nearly 60 years, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced Thursday. Although Americans drove slightly more than in 2008, traffic deaths were down 9.7% in 2009...
  • Mother dies after smoking spice

    Mother dies after smoking spice
    A mother of two is dead after using a synthetic-marijuana laced incense known as "Spice." Now her friends and family want the drug outlawed since more and more people appear to be dying from it. "Yesterday I lost one of the most important people in my...
  • A Peek Inside Sultan's Tiny Chapel

    A Peek Inside Sultan's Tiny Chapel
    Thousands of people speed by it every day on Highway 2. If you blink your eyes you might miss it. It's Wayside Chapel, one of the tiniest churches in the entire country. But, the spiritual pit stop has a unique past and a rich history. In a town where...
  • States opposing reform pin hopes on Fla. hearing

    States opposing reform pin hopes on Fla. hearing
    The conservative counterattack on President Obama's overhaul of health insurance will take center stage in the courts this week when Republican state attorneys general and a leading small-business group urge a federal judge in Florida to strike down the...
  • Florida wants to ban 'legal weed'

    Florida wants to ban 'legal weed'
    Florida officials want to ban so-called "legal weed," packs of herbs treated with chemicals that mimic the high of marijuana and have sent a rising number of smokers to emergency rooms. The herbs are sold as incense in head shops and hookah bars under...
  • Police Chief Charged With Multiple Felonies In Abuse Case

    Police Chief Charged With Multiple Felonies In Abuse Case
    A North Dakota police chief and former state district judge has been charged with 52 felonies accusing him of molesting and attempting to rape a girl over the course of about five years, authorities said Friday. Elgin Police Chief Randall Hoffman, 55, is...
  • Police Report

    The following were taken from reports filed with the Burbank Police Department. AREA 1 2200 block of North Buena Vista Street At 9:20 p.m. Sept. 25 at Quality Inn Motel on North Buena Vista Street, officers found a woman loitering in the parking lot....
  • "Wounded Knee: Party Politics and the Road to an American Massacre" by Heather Cox Richardson

    "Wounded Knee: Party Politics and the Road to an American Massacre" by Heather Cox Richardson
    "Wounded Knee: Party Politics and the Road to an American Massacre" By Heather Cox Richardson Basic Books, 392 pages, $28.95 Heather Cox Richardson’s superb new book should come labeled: Warning! Reading the contents may lead to depression. A...
  • Pipe organs arrive as last big piece in restoration of St. James Catholic Cathedral in Orlando

    Pipe organs arrive as last big piece in restoration of St. James Catholic Cathedral in Orlando
    The last big piece of the $10 million restoration of St. James Catholic Cathedral began arriving Tuesday from Illinois inside the first of three tractor-trailers. The church's two organs — refurbished, rewired and rebuilt — are returning to...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Is genetic engineering coming to your garden?

    The Coastal Gardener: Is genetic engineering coming to your garden?
    A blue rose. A camellia that blooms year round. A hibiscus that never needs fertilizer. Lawns that are never attacked by insects. Oranges that smell like bananas and bananas that smell like oranges. Genetic modification, or GM, says it may all be...