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The Press-Enterprise
Centennial, Rancho Cucamonga, Rancho Verde, Chaffey and Fontana are seeking to win CIF Southern Section championships.
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The San Bernardino Sun
AMPlifying the Urban Forest events are also planned in Rancho Cucamonga, Chino and Beaumont, among other California communities
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Ventura County Star on MSN.com
A group of freshmen have been key to the Oaks Christian girls soccer team's playoff run. The Lions and two other area soccer teams will play for CIF-SS titles Saturday.
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Yahoo Finance
Addition of specialty coating inspection services firm bolsters RMA’s overall TICC capabilities for critical infrastructure end-markets RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., February 24, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--RMA Group of Companies ("RMA"), a portfolio company of ...
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Cycle News
Dunlop develops a new 17” tire for minibike flat-track racers and will showcase it with its new Team Dunlop Elite members. This is a press release from Dunlop Motorcycle Tires.
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Insurancenewsnet.com
California Attorney General Rob Bonta today announced the arrests of 14 individuals who were charged in San Bernardino County Superior Court in connection with two hospice companies accused of stealing more than $4.
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California Healthline
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Mercury News
State Attorney General Rob Bonta said sick people were signed up without their knowledge for services that were not provided; 16 are charged with defrauding the state.
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Miami Herald
Sixteen people have been charged with defrauding the California Medi-Cal and federal Medicare systems of more than $4.2 million by enrolling people who were not terminally ill into hospice care.
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Orange County Register
They were booked into the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga, and released from custody Thursday morning on their own recognizance, a sheriff’s spokesperson said. Yang and Harris, now on paid leave at the district, have been charged with ...
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Credit Union Insight
CO-OP Financial Services is adding two new world-class thought leaders to its line-up of keynote speakers for THINK 22, and will unveil new, insightful research outlining growth opportunities for credit unions,
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KERO-TV
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (AP) — Sixteen people have been charged with defrauding the California Medi-Cal and federal Medicare systems of more than $4.2 million by enrolling people who were not terminally ill into hospice care. California Attorney General ...
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Los Angeles Times
Petitioners behind an effort to recall Allyson Damikolas from Tustin Unified's Board of Education didn't submit any signatures before deadline.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
State Attorney General Rob Bonta said sick people were signed up without their knowledge for services that were not provided; 16 are charged with defrauding the state.
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CBS Los Angeles on MSN.com
Fourteen people have been arrested and two defendants remain at large in connection with a scam involving New Hope Hospice Inc. and Sterling Hospice Care, Inc., both based in San Bernardino County, California Attorney General Rob Bonta announced Thursday.
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KTTV
Fourteen people were arrested in San Bernardino County, accused of defrauding federal and state aid programs by enrolling patients who weren't terminally ill into hospice care.
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