The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Suspect in slaying was on local rescue team
GLENDALE — A 45-year-old Glendale man charged with killing his wife and dog was once an active volunteer member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department-affiliated Montrose Search and Rescue Team.
Police to implement new command areas
GLENDALE — A new policing strategy that will divide the city into four command areas is scheduled to take effect Oct. 11, police officials said.
California submits bid for high-speed trains
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, state Assembly Speaker Karen Bass and other political and business leaders on Friday hailed California’s historic bid for $4.7 billion for a high-speed-train network.
Three officer jobs saved
GLENDALE — Three Glendale police officers who were scheduled to be laid off Wednesday will keep their jobs after three other members of the department either retired or transferred, the police chief said.
Falcons upended, 42-14
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — Although it only led by two points at halftime, the Burbank High football team felt it had found the right approach to beating host Crescenta Valley on Friday night at Moyse Field.
Knights rout Rio Mesa
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Shortly after last season concluded, Justin Posthuma found himself seeking advice.
SMALL WONDERS: A-List needs bubble burst
I’ve worked in the entertainment industry for almost 20 years. And in that time I’ve seen the bubble of self-importance in which A-List Hollywood resides. This has been only a minor personal annoyance for me. But with the recent uproar over Roman Polanski’s arrest, I can’t keep quiet.