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Mercury News
A father and son have been arrested in connection with a shooting death at a bar in Ontario in February. George Guillermo Salazar Sr., 43, of Ontario, was arrested at his home on Feb. 11. Georgie Guillermo Salazar Jr.
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The Press-Enterprise
“We don’t want to be like Redlands or Rancho Cucamonga. We want to be better. We want to create a new urban lifestyle in a suburban market. … “This will not be easy, but it is achievable ...
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Tire Business
Giti Tire USA L.L.C. is adding a range of 11 "Cross Regional" and "Cross Urban" truck tires, designed for fleets that perform a combination of long haul, regional and urban runs to its portfolio of GT Radial-branded commercial tires.
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Motor Sports Newswire
Dunlop Motorcycle Tires welcomes former Supercross & Motocross professional rider Jesse Wentland as their new Motorcycle Test Engineer. Jesse will join the team [...]
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
With the Kings clawing into the thick of the playoff race as the season approaches its halfway mark, they might find themselves in the role of buyer rather than seller as the April 12 trade ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A father and son have been arrested in connection with a shooting death at a bar in Ontario in February. George Guillermo Salazar Sr., 43, of Ontario, was arrested at his home on Feb. 11. Georgie Guillermo Salazar Jr.
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San Diego Union-Tribune on MSN.com
Snell strikes out one, walks one in scoreless inning; new Padres pitcher says he needs to not tell umpire how he feels
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives canceled its planned Thursday session after the Capitol Police warned on Wednesday of a possible plot by a militia group to breach the building, an ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Two different coronavirus variants have been confirmed in Southern California, including a particularly contagious strain from Brazil, officials announced Wednesday, March 3. Gov. Gavin Newsom ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The South Coast Air Quality Management District is trying to suppress your right to vote on local taxes by pretending a major tax increase is simply a “fee,” but the law is not on the district ...
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Precinct Reporter
By Dianne Anderson It’s no secret the Black community has been a little shy about testing or vaccines – for good reason – while others set an example to show that the horrific Tuskegee Syphilis Experiments of the past is not today.
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
A Long Beach man was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday, March 3, for killing his estranged wife and another woman in addition to injuring a man in shootings in the San Gabriel Valley, authorities said.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The Inland Valley Down Syndrome Association is holding a shoe drive fundraiser in partnership with Angel Bins. Those who want to help may drop off new and gently worn athletic shoes through March 20 at Inland Valley Down Syndrome Association,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
TEMPE, Ariz. — Joe Maddon could speak endlessly about what he likes in David Fletcher’s game. Ask him for what he’d like to see Fletcher add to his toolbox, and it gets a little tougher ...
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The Press-Enterprise
North San Bernardino is getting a small taste of Rancho Cucamonga’s Haven City Market food hall. The two restaurants are at 1725 W. Northpark Blvd., with Shrimp Shack occupying Suite A4 ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
LOS ANGELES — A search warrant has been executed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to obtain data from the “black box” in the Genesis GV80 SUV that golfer Tiger Woods was ...
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