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The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press

September 4, 2009
A view of the Station fire over La Crescenta from the Verdugo Mountains on Monday night. Investigators determined Thursday that the fire was caused by arson.  (Roger Wilson/News-Press)

A view of the Station fire over La Crescenta from the Verdugo Mountains on Monday night. Investigators determined Thursday that the fire was caused by arson. (Roger Wilson/News-Press)

Arson caused deadly Station blaze
GLENDALE — Authorities have determined that the Station fire, which caused the death of two firefighters and sent hundreds of residents and animals seeking shelter, was caused by arson.

MICHAEL JACKSON 1958-2009: Pop icon laid to rest
Michael Jackson’s funeral Thursday at Glendale Forest Lawn Memorial Park was, for all its anticipation, a relatively subdued affair — absent of the chaos that poured into streets for his Los Angeles memorial in July.

Media pack Forest Lawn for MJ burial
GLENDALE — Media from across the world packed into tents facing the entrance of Glendale Forest Lawn Memorial Park Thursday, beaming reports to Russia, Brazil and Japan in an effort to sate the voracious appetite for information about the slain pop star, whose lyrics needed no translation, they said.

Coping with the burial
SOUTH GLENDALE — Cerritos Elementary students started the school year Thursday with hundreds of national and foreign media outlets just outside their gates.

2009 GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW: GCC looks to snap back
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — It’s been 10 months and a little over a week since last season ended, but when the Glendale Community College football team kicks off its 2009 season at home against West Los Angeles College on Saturday, it will be 11 months to the day since the Vaqueros last won a game.

Leaving field a letdown for GCC’s Bryant
When Nick Bryant left behind an accomplished prep football career at Burroughs High and moved on to play wide receiver at Glendale Community College, he figured his days as a two-way player were over.

EDUCATION MATTERS: Protect our fire services
In years past when friends from out of state visited, they would often comment on the beautiful mountains that tower over our communities here in the Southland.

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