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The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press

September 9, 2009
Luther Burbank Middle School 8th grade History students, including Dalton Burroughs, 14, front, watch President Barack Obama during a televised live speech directed at school children on Tuesday. (Raul Roa/Leader)

Luther Burbank Middle School 8th grade History students, including Dalton Burroughs, 14, front, watch President Barack Obama during a televised live speech directed at school children on Tuesday. (Raul Roa/Leader)

Obama speaks to kids
President Obama’s address to students Tuesday was broadcast to local classrooms without much fanfare, despite all the political contention in the days leading up to the speech.

Creative-media corridor gains some favor
CITY HALL — The city’s drab industrial corridor could become a bustling center for creative arts and media industries under a proposal that gained support Tuesday from the City Council.

Officials: Watch for wild animals
FOOTHILLS — Authorities are cautioning residents to beware of animals fleeing burned areas of the Angeles National Forest and moving into neighboring communities.

Passenger numbers down at Bob Hope Airport
BOB HOPE AIRPORT — Reduced corporate travel budgets continue to drag down passenger numbers at Bob Hope Airport, which in July saw numbers drop 15.12% compared with the same period last year, according to the latest figures released Tuesday.

COUNTDOWN TO KICKOFF: ST. FRANCIS: On the road back to prominence

LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Three seasons have passed since the St. Francis High football team last celebrated a postseason victory.

Riley still just one of the Knights

When Dietrich Riley began his days playing Pop Warner football, he was far removed from the pomp and circumstance that would eventually color his high school days.

Q&A: Steven McNall, the Pasadena Humane Society’s president and chief executive
The Pasadena Humane Society has been bustling since the 160,000-acre Station fire ravaged the Angeles National Forest. Steven McNall talks about rallying employees, establishing emergency sanctuaries and taking in more than 370 animals evacuated from the fire.

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