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Stand off in Tujunga

Stand off in Tujunga

By Mary O’KEEFE
Detectives from Los Angeles Police Dept. continue the investigation concerning a stand-off that occurred on Friday on Helendale Avenue in Tujunga.
The incident began at about 7:30 a.m. when a man, whose name has not yet been released by LAPD, apparently walked out to the front of his home and began firing a gun [...]

Cruise Night Rescheduled

Cruise Night Rescheduled

After a cancellation due to lightning, Southern California’s most popular car show is returning for its 22nd year on Saturday, Aug. 29 in Downtown Glendale! Stroll down Brand Boulevard to see the over 350 classic pre-1980 cars. Display booths and activities for the kids will make this evening one of the best entertainment options of [...]

Down Wires, Flooding Due to Heavy Rain

Down Wires, Flooding Due to Heavy Rain

Heavy rains have caused flooding in the foothills. Los Angeles County Fire Dept.
responded to a call concerning flooding in the 4200 block of Woodleigh Lane in La Canada.
There is a large amount of water in the backyard, said LAcoFD spokesperson
Stephanie English. Crews are still working on scene.
The home is not current affected [...]

Road Closures Planned for 210

Road Closures Planned for 210

Closures on the Foothill Freeway (Interstate 210)
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will continue intermittent closures up to two lanes on the east- and westbound I-210 Monday, July 20 through Friday, July 31, each night from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.  Scheduled closures are subject to change and/or cancellation.
July 20 through July 24
Eastbound I-210
·        Ocean [...]

GWP Crews Work to Repair Busted Main

GWP Crews Work to Repair Busted Main

Glendale water and power crews are working on a water main break at the bottom of New York Ave. The affected areas are from the 3800 block to the 3900 block of New York Avenue and the 3300 block of Park Vista.
At present 33 services are out, nine hydrants and no large customer outages have [...]

Lark Celebrates Armenian Culture, Universal Values With ‘Anoush’

Lark Celebrates Armenian Culture, Universal Values With ‘Anoush’

By Ted AYALA
 
Is it a coincidence that the rise of opera coincided with that of nationalism?
There was no musical genre more praised, more beloved in the 19th century than opera. Even across international borders, with the sundry political and linguistic divisions they embodied, opera spoke to audiences far and wide, from the elite classes down [...]

Hiker Severely Injured at Switzer Falls

Hiker Severely Injured at Switzer Falls

By Mary O’KEEFE
Los Angeles County Fire, L.A. County Sheriffs and Montrose Search and Rescue responded today to Switzer Falls at about 11:30 a.m. concerning a hiker who had fallen from the top of the falls.
The 21-year-old male hiker had been hiking with a friend when he apparently slipped from the top of Switzer Falls and [...]

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Sheehan to Leave GUSD

Sheehan to Leave GUSD

By Mary O’KEEFE
This evening at a special board meeting of the Covina-Valley Unified School District, Dr. Richard Sheehan will be announced as the district’s new superintendent. That will be a gain for CVUSD but a loss for Glendale Unified School District.
“It is bittersweet,” Sheehan said of his departure from GUSD. “I love Glendale.”
Sheehan took over [...]

Pedestrian Struck at High School

Pedestrian Struck at High School

Updated at 3:59 p.m.: At lunch today, Tuesday, a Crescenta Valley High School student pedestrian was hit by a CVHS student driver. Reportedly, the pedestrian did not look and the driver did not have time to stop. The pedestrian reportedly had a compound fracture and was transported to the hospital.
According to Officer Fan of the [...]


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