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Alert: Nail salon robberies in Burbank

Nail salons  and their clients have been put on the alert by the Burbank Police Department. The agency sent out a new release on Thursday warning about a series of nail shop robberies in Burbank and nearby Van Nuys. The robberies in B-town took place last month on July 24 and 27th, according to Sergeant Darin Ryburn, Burbank PD media relations. The suspects, two men and a woman, all African American, enter a nail salon ask  about services, then pull a... Read More →

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Burbank Police report: Thieves snatch panties, electronics, and a BMW

Over the last couple of weeks or so, brazen thieves reportedly went shopping again in Burbank. The latest Burbank Police report released yesterday, provided a long list of thefts. Among them, $525 worth of bras, panties, and clothing ripped off from the Victoria’s Secret in the Burbank Town Center over on East Magnolia Boulevard. This happened when the store was apparently open for business. In residential burglaries, jewelry, cameras, office equipment, purses, and a couple of hand guns were reported missing.  Also, several vehicles were broken into: in one case a 2004... Read More →

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President Obama praises the heroes and honors the victims of the tragedy at Ft.Hood

  White House file Photo/Chuck Kennedy — 11/06/09 The investigation continues today into that deadly mass shooting on the U.S. Army base, Fort Hood, last Thursday. Military officials say 13 people were killed and more than two dozen others injured. The rampage ended when the alleged gunman, Army Major Nidal M. Hasan, was severely wounded. While the suspected shooter and many of the victims recover in the hospital, investigators are trying to piece together information on why the shooting occurred.  Today President Barack Obama focused his weekly radio and Internet address on the Fort Hood tragedy. Here is the text from the Read More →

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