The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Knocking them out of the park
CITY CENTER — Parking at Trader Joe’s has often been complicated by the crowds of shoppers who compete for spaces in the store’s lot, but that routine has become more difficult with the opening last month of high-traffic neighbor Chipotle.
Legislators push for arsonist database
DOWNTOWN — Federal lawmakers, inspired by recent California wildfires, are hoping to put arsonists on the map.
Slaying suspect is out of state
GLENDALE — A 45-year-old Glendale man suspected of killing his wife and dog is being held in lieu of a $2-million bond in a Washington state jail where he awaits extradition to California more than a week after he was arrested.
Reading them like a book
As Adam Rex knelt before the poster-sized paper to sketch four legs, a tail, body, neck and some stripes, his audience of first- through fourth-graders at Cerritos Elementary School wiggled and squirmed.
Learning the Ropes and on the Rise
Vanes Martirosyan began his professional career with a high-profile manager, major promotion and a world-class trainer in his corner. Early success and a taste of fame were a distraction that drove him from home.
Home turf not kind to Vaqs
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — For the first time in two seasons, the Glendale Community College women’s golf team hosted a Western State Conference home match at Oakmont Country Club.