Anthony Clark Carpio, Los Angeles Times

Anthony Clark Carpio

Los Angeles Times

Costa Mesa, CA, United States

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Past articles by Anthony:

Burbank to continue working on 2021 Rose Parade float

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, officials with the Burbank Tournament of Roses Assn. volunteers will continue to work on its 2021 float entry. → Read More

Burbank High student to appear on 'The Price is Right'

Burbank High School student Aviah Priestley attended a taping of "The Price is Right" game show prior to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Urban Press Winery distributes distillery-produced hand sanitizer

Urban Press Winery in Burbank is distributing free hand sanitizer made by its sister-business Urban Press Spirits. → Read More

Logix employee at Burbank branch tests positive for the coronavirus

Logix closed its Burbank branch after an employee tests positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

'We want to get ahead of the curve': Hollywood Burbank Airport starts using new sanitation device

The janitorial staff at Hollywood Burbank Airport are using a new sanitation device to disinfect the facilities at the airport. → Read More

Burbank Boys & Girls Club to remain open for children of essential workers

The Boys & Girls Club of Burbank and Greater East Valley is keeping its doors open for community members who need childcare services while they work during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Schiff joins SBA rep in promoting financial assistance for small business owners

With the economy at a near standstill, federal officials are discussing programs available to help small business owners during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

2 residents at Alameda Care Center die from COVID-19

There are a total of 17 confirmed cases of the coronavirus at the Alameda Care Center in Burbank. Two residents of the facility have died from COVID-19 over the weekend. → Read More

Burbank Boulevard bridge closure goes 'very smoothly,' Caltrans says

Transportation officials reported no issues with the closure of the Burbank Boulevard bridge on Saturday. → Read More

Hollywood Burbank Airport reduces parking as pandemic keeps travelers away

Passengers flying out of Hollywood Burbank Airport can use only lots E and G and the parking structure to leave their cars. → Read More

Senior residents at Burbank health facility test positive for the coronavirus

Officials with the Alameda Care Center in Burbank announced that several residents and a staff member have tested positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

Burbank business goes from making skydiving apparel to mask production

Julio Ruiz, owner of LiquidSky Sports in Burbank, decided to forgo producing skydiving suits to making masks with filters during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Hollywood Burbank Airport employee tests positive for coronavirus infection

A ground support employee who handles luggage for Delta, JetBlue, Alaska, Spirit and United airlines has tested positive for COVID-19 and is recovering at home. → Read More

Burbank places moratorium on evictions

The urgency ordinance prohibits the eviction of residential and commercial tenants that are affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The order will last through April 30, and renters will have six months to pay back any overdue rent. → Read More

Complete Streets Plan to be reviewed by Burbank officials

The final draft of Burbank's Complete Streets Plan is up for review by city officials and is scheduled for a public hearing in April. → Read More

Entertainment chain Round 1 to open at Burbank Town Center

The Japanese-based entertainment business Round 1 Bowling & Amusement is scheduled to be open on March 14. → Read More

Ikea makeover of John Burroughs' baseball concession stand scores with boosters

Burbank teacher Hilde Garcia and Ikea employee and John Burroughs High alumna Mary Ann Barroso-Castanon teamed up to make upgrades to the concession stand at the school's baseball field. → Read More

Author, League of Women Voters to talk about women's suffrage

Author and historian Ellen Carol DuBois and the League of Women Voters of Glendale/Burbank will be talking about women's suffrage at an event at the Buena Vista Branch Library in Burbank Thursday night. The suffrage movement and the League of Women Voters celebrate their 100th anniversaries this year. → Read More

High-speed rail officials prepare for review of Burbank-to-L.A. section

Representatives with the California High-Speed Rail Authority updated the public on the current status of the Burbank-to-Los Angeles segment of the project. The environmental documents relating to this portion will be up for review in May. → Read More

Burbank to offer incentives for HVAC replacement

Burbank Water and Power will soon be offering incentives for Burbank residents that are looking to upgrade their central HVAC system with a newer, more efficient unit. → Read More