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The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press

October 13, 2009
Glendale city workers prepare foothill neighborhoods for possible flooding and mudslides on Monday. (Roger Wilson/News-Press)

Glendale city workers prepare foothill neighborhoods for possible flooding and mudslides on Monday. (Roger Wilson/News-Press)

No entrance for mud
LA CRESCENTA — Foothill residents stacked sandbags Monday, feverishly preparing against potential mudslides brought on by forecasted heavy rain this week in the Station fire burn areas.

Suspect wanted for small fire
GLENDALE — Los Angeles County Sheriff’s homicide detectives are searching for a 25-year-old transient, wanted for questioning regarding a small fire that occurred in the same vicinity — but six days before — the deadly Station fire.

School board supports laws to get more funds
GLENDALE — Educators and administrators are eagerly anticipating their share of billions in federal stimulus and recovery money, but are deeply concerned regarding state rules that may affect their eligibility for the funds.

Governor shuts down bill
GLENDALE — Utility officials expressed relief Monday after the governor vetoed legislation that would have mandated that utilities use in-state resources to cut emissions 33% by 2020

GETTING DEFENSIVE
Kalii Robinson didn’t want another letdown.

Faieta takes third in a row
GLENDALE — Bob Faieta did it again and he made it look easy.

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