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The San Bernardino Sun
Hundreds of small white crosses adorned with red ribbons honor Rialto residents who have died of and survived the novel coronavirus. Installed by the city in observance of the pandemic’s one ...
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The Press-Enterprise
Roosevelt girls soccer is off to a fast start, and the CIF Southern Section releases its first rankings of the season.
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Los Angeles Times
Andrew Cook of Servite became the first basketball player of the young season to do something to really catch people’s attention. He scored a career-high 47 points on Wednesday in the Friars’ 71-60 win over La Habra.
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Dodgers Digest
Pages missed out on his full-season debut last year because of the pandemic. He’s still just 20 years old, so an initial stop in Low-A Rancho Cucamonga on the way to High-A Great Lakes seems likely. His ceiling is as a an All-Star right fielder with ...
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ESPN
Carlos Delgado is back in the swing of things and the Mets have been big beneficiaries. Hampered by injuries to his hand and wrist that required offseason surgery, Delgado got off to an extremely slow start in 2007 but his recent torrid stretch has helped the Mets stretch out their lead in the National League East.
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The Press-Enterprise
Also, Riverside’s The Brickwood has reopened after being closed roughly a year, Woodhaus is celebrating its grand opening in Yucaipa, and Brandon’s Diner has opened two new locations.
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The Press-Enterprise
RIVERSIDE — Windy conditions were expected to prevail in the Riverside and San Bernardino County valleys and Inland Empire Wednesday, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a wind ...
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bcsnn.com
The Pepperdine men's basketball team overcame an 11-point second-half deficit to defeat Bellarmine, 82-71, in Tuesday night's College Basketball Invitational semifinal. The Waves (14-12) outscored the Knights (14-8) 41-21 in the second half and will play Coastal Carolina on Wednesday for the title.
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Mass Transit
A Biden initiative expected to pour up to $3 trillion into repairing America's decrepit infrastructure and funding other programs has sparked a scramble across the nation for the federal funds — with California expecting to reap the biggest piece.
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Niagara Gazette
We who look at the end of winter as the prelude to baseball season approach the topic, as usual, with the interest one often offers a beloved but elderly grandfather
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The San Bernardino Sun
A man was arrested after allegedly shooting and killing a person seated in a booth at a Fontana restaurant last week, police said. Luis Sanchez, 43, was arrested on Friday, March 19, in the 2300 ...
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The San Bernardino Sun
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Julio Urias’ curveball and slider have joined forces. The Dodgers left-hander made the decision during the middle of the 2020 regular season to combine the two pitches into ...
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The San Bernardino Sun
Joshua Tree: a rocky, alien, carefree, bear-free national park Cars ruled Mount Rubidoux’s narrow roads for decades in Riverside Judy Chicago art plan goes up in smoke in Palm Desert Filippi Winery in Rancho Cucamonga may be sold, remade into wine ...
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CBS Local
UCLA is just one of 16 schools left in the NCAA Tournament and Mick Cronin has guided the Bruins there in just his 2nd season in Westwood. Jim Hill grabbed a few minutes with the UCLA coach as he prep
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The San Bernardino Sun
A San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy was wounded during a shooting in Hesperia on Tuesday afternoon, authorities said. The deputy was shot in the area of Bear Valley Road and Jacaranda ...
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PGA Tour
Rovonta Young, seeking his first professional victory four years after the end of his collegiate career at Alabama A&M, shot a back-nine 31 for a 6-under 66 to win the APGA Tour event at the King & Bear course at World Golf Village on Tuesday.
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