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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Carrying signs reading “We are not for sale” and “Our voices aren’t enough we need yours,” families rallied in Upland on Thursday, July 30, hoping to draw attention to the fight against human trafficking.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A $15 million grant will help Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center expand access to pediatric care for families and children across the region, hospital officials announced. Awarded by the ...
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KESQ News
San Bernardino County Public Health authorities issued a warning about Rabid bats confirmed to have been found in the county within the past two weeks. There have been nine confirmed rabid bats discovered in Rancho Cucamonga,
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Porterville Recorder
Poplar in Porterville. The plant in Porterville manufactures electric buses. GreenPower also has corporate offices in British Columbia, Canada and Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. The lawsuit filed in Canada involves a dispute over intellectual property.
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Highland Community News
The value of Highland properties increased 4.1 percent to more than $3.9 billion last year, according to the annual Property Assessment Roll signed by San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder-Clerk Bob
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
In Netflix’s new documentary series “Immigration Nation,” the filmmakers won unprecedented access to the inner workings of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, showing how ICE agents do ...
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USA Today
Damarius McGhee has committed to the University of Tennessee. McGhee, a 2021 defensive back, is from Pensacola Catholic High School in Pensacola, Florida. Big time player! We are so proud of him. Congrats to everyone on rocky top.
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Los Angeles Times
Corporate America's rush to claim solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement conflicts with streetwear's demand for authenticity.
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Los Angeles Times
Corporate America's rush to claim solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement conflicts with streetwear's demand for authenticity.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The number of people in Claremont without a permanent residence has dropped 37%, from 27 to 17, according to preliminary figures released Thursday, July 30, by the Los Angeles Homeless Services ...
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The San Bernardino Sun
Four of these cases were confirmed in the past two weeks. Three bats were from Rancho Cucamonga, two from Fontana and two from Apple Valley, said Lana Culp, a spokeswoman for the county’s Department of Public Health. It was unclear where the other two ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
La Verne’s homeless population dropped by more than half in a year-over-year comparison of data released Thursday, July 30, by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. The 2020 Greater Los ...
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The San Bernardino Sun
A federal judge on Wednesday, July 29, denied a request by San Bernardino County to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a Rancho Cucamonga developer alleging malicious prosecution in a nearly decade-long public corruption case that ended in his acquittal.
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Fox 5 San Diego
Shaking was felt as far away as Lake Forest in Orange County and Rancho Cucamonga in San Bernardino County, KTLA reports. In the following half-hour, USGS recorded aftershocks with magnitudes of 3 ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Pomona saw a slight increase in its homeless population earlier this year, up 4% to 722 individuals, according to preliminary figures released by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority.
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VVNG
APPLE VALLEY, Calif. — There have been nine confirmed rabid bats in San Bernardino County including four within the past two weeks in Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana and Apple Valley. San Bernardino County Public Health is urging the public to protect ...
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