The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Fasting meets ‘hell week’
When Adam Burpee’s high school football teammates rush to nearby water coolers in the afternoon heat, he watches and waits.
Issue of medical pot is on agenda
CITY HALL — Amid a statewide push to legalize medical marijuana as a taxable product, the City Council today is expected to introduce a 45-day moratorium on pot dispensaries while officials take stock of the evolving legal landscape.
Police suspect foul play
GLENDALE — A 45-year-old Glendale man arrested Saturday at the Canadian border is facing murder and animal cruelty charges after police discovered the badly decomposed bodies of his wife and their dog less than a day earlier in their apartment near North Central Avenue.
Utilities oppose pending laws
CITY HALL — The governor’s expected veto of pending legislation that would force utilities to use in-state resources to cut emissions 33% by 2020 would not only give officials pause for relief, but ratepayers as well, according to a report Monday to the Glendale Water & Power Commission.
Rebels sweep Hoover
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Since the members of the Flintridge Prep girls’ volleyball team don’t possess a lot of height, they will have to adapt well at two things to achieve success — defense and serving.
Local fighter wins by TKO
GLENDALE — In his quest to reach stardom and accomplish championship aspirations in the world of mixed martial arts, Glendale fighter Karen Darebedyan continued his ascension on Saturday evening in impressive style