The Early Edition – Glendale News-Press
Relief in weak rain
LA CRESCENTA — Fears over mudslides subsided early Wednesday after residents awoke to little more than a trickle of water flowing from burned hills.
Most crash cases settled
GLENDALE — Metrolink has agreed to pay $30 million to settle 90% of the lawsuits filed against it in the aftermath of a January 2005 derailment that killed 11 passengers on the Glendale border, attorneys for the plaintiffs announced Wednesday.
GLENDALE — Edith Bouvet waited five years before she was chosen off a waiting list to move into Casa De La Paloma, the city’s first affordable housing development. Ten years later, she said she is grateful to have a safe and inexpensive place to live.
Ire, anxiety over tunnel extension
GLENDALE — State transportation officials Wednesday said they would continue to focus on a proposed underground tunnel extension for the Long Beach (710) Freeway, just days after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a law that would have made it the only available option.
Rebels fall to Valiant effort
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — While playing in one of toughest leagues in CIF Southern Section Division 3-A, the Flintridge Prep girls’ volleyball team doesn’t get much of a break as far as its nonleague opposition either.
GAME OF THE WEEK: ST. FRANCIS VS. NOTRE DAME
GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area’s upcoming high school football games.