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We enter the Etiwanda High gymnasium, and the walls are full of banners. State banners. Regional banners. Section banners. And league. Fitting for a school that is 44-6 in basketball — girls and boys combined — this season.
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KTLA on MSN.com
A new study from Money Geek revealed the economic toll crime has had on multiple cities nationwide. Due to its low crime cost per capita, six California cities were ranked among the safest cities
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Keywords:
Southern California ~ Group tournament ranking system ~ Crime
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
A first-ever light rail for San Fernando Valley was big winner in state grants, but L Line to Montclair got nothing.
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The O.C. ~ San Fernando Valley ~ Inglewood
Mid-Atlantic Sports Network
The Washington Nationals announced their 2023 Minor League player development staff on Wednesday. Nationals President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo and Director of Player Development De Jon Watson made the joint announcement.
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Los Angeles Times
Crenshaw defeated Washington Prep, 75-67, on Wednesday and will play King/Drew on Friday for the Coliseum League title.
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Crenshaw Boulevard ~ Decider ~ League
Sports Illustrated
With National Signing Day in the books, it's time to take a look at USC football's new additions via the Trojans' high school recruiting class and their winter transfer portal additions. Back in December,
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Keywords:
Riley County ~ Lincoln ~ USC Trojans
The San Bernardino Sun
As the name suggests, the restaurant offers a variety of vegan Chinese-style dishes, including Szechuan Eggplant, Sweet and Sour Tofu, along with entrées featuring shrimp, chicken, beef and pork analogs.
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San Bernardino ~ Loma Linda ~ Vegan (creature)
MLB
The Washington Nationals announced their 2023 Minor League player development staff on Wednesday. Nationals President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo and Director of Player Development De Jon Watson made the joint announcement.
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Yahoo News
Hiromoto remains at the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, with bail set at $280,000. Anyone with information about the investigation is asked to contact the Victorville Sheriff’s Station at 760-241-2911 or Sheriff’s Dispatch at 760-956 ...
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Mass Transit
A first-ever light-rail line for the San Fernando Valley, a streetcar in central Orange County, a people-mover in Inglewood and a dedicated bus project serving Ontario International Airport were all winners in a major grant allocation from California.
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Los Angeles Times
Rep. Ruben Gallego has entered the Arizona Senate race, raising the possibility of a three-way contest among him, the GOP nominee and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema.
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Arizona ~ Tell ~ Senate
sanbernardinonewstoday
The Etiwanda ladies soccer group appears to have a knack for scoring late in opposition to Los Osos. Though not fairly as dramatic as the primary matchup this season between the groups, Etiwanda scored twice within the ultimate 12 minutes for a 2-0 victory Tuesday evening on Senior Night time at Los Osos Excessive College.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Freshmen Scottie Antonucci and Alannah Gonzalez scored goals as the Eagles claimed their third consecutive league championship
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Sports Illustrated on MSN.com
The Dodgers have made their presence known in many prospect lists this preseason. Most recently, a total of eight Los Angeles prospects made their way to The Athletic’s top 100 list. Keith Law highlighted the list of players,
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Keywords:
Land, California ~ Los Angeles Dodgers ~ Schedule
sanbernardinonewstoday
A primary-ever light-rail line for the San Fernando Valley, a streetcar in central Orange County, a people-mover in Inglewood and a devoted bus challenge
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The San Bernardino Sun
Dowd and Emily St. Martin will be in conversation for the release party of “Forager” at the Maloof Foundation in Rancho Cucamonga on March 7 at 3:30 p.m. The event is open to the public.
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