More Local Rancho News and Sports from Sources Worldwide

KNX 1070 News Radio Los Angeles on MSN.com
A San Diego law firm has filed a class action lawsuit against a Rancho Cucamonga school district on behalf of potentially hundreds of victims of a football coach accused of hiding a camera in the girl’s restroom of a local high school.
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Rancho Cucamonga ~ School district ~ Coach
MLB
Bradenton’s Jonathan Johnston was named the Low-A Southeast League Manager-of-the-Year today. He is the first manager in Marauders history to take home Manager-of-the-Year honors. The announcement was made by Minor League Baseball.
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Fontana Herald News
San Bernardino County welcomed hundreds of business, government, and community leaders to its State of the County Regional Business Summit at the Toyota Arena in Ontario on Oct. 6.
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CBS Local on MSN.com
David Riden was arrested in August on suspicion of putting a hidden camera in a girl’s restroom at Los Osos High School.
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Rancho Cucamonga ~ Camera ~ Coach
Sunday Times Driving
Tesla Cyberquad electric quad bike will be the "least dangerous ATV" (all-terrain vehicle) when it goes into production alongside the Cybertruck, the American company has claimed. Tesla said the Cyberquad would be built at its "Gigafactory" near Austin.
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Claremont Courier
Takako Mino, a student at Claremont McKenna College, received the Napier Award for Creative Leadership to support her efforts to teach debate techniques to students in Uganda, East Africa.
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The San Bernardino Sun
San Bernardino plans to commit $1 million in American Rescue Plan funds to violence prevention efforts. For weeks, community members have implored the City Council to invest in the Violence Intervention Program,
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MLB
Throughout his life, being a dominant presence at the plate is really all Cody Bellinger has ever known. Bellinger famously helped his Little League team reach the World Series in 2007. He continued that success in high school,
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The San Bernardino Sun
Lawsuits and moratoriums are two tools communities have used to stop or mitigate the effects of distribution centers.
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Middle East North Africa Financial Network
Unifeye Vision Partners ("UVP" or "the Company"), a leading network of comprehensive eye care providers, today announced the completion of a new strategic partnership with Palm Desert-based Southern California Desert Retina Consultants ("Desert Retina").
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Los Angeles Daily News
The council grew out of bills authored by Sen. Henry Stern, D-Calabasas, and Assemblyman Jesse Gabriel, D-Woodland Hills.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
At George Barris’ shop, a Rancho Cucamonga man is granted a moment to sit in the Batmobile, and a Corona woman once participated in a “Melrose Place” shoot there. Columnist David
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BroadwayWorld
Michelle Young's journey to find love begins! Season 18 of THE BACHELORETTE will begin October 19. Thirty incredible men arrive, hoping to impress Michelle with their charm, wit and dashing good looks,
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Multi-Housing News
We've identified the top metros in the state based on investment volume year-to-date through August, according to Yardi Matrix data.
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Champion Newspapers
A 47-year-old truck driver from Fontana was arrested late Wednesday night on suspicion of fatally stabbing another truck driver at a trucking distribution center in the 6700 block of Bickmore
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CBS Los Angeles on MSN.com
Miguel Viveros, 47, has been arrested on suspicion of murder and is being held without bail. Chino police said Viveros was found in possession of a knife believed to have been used in the killing.
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Chino ~ Fontana ~ Truck

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