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Antelope Valley Press
The City Council awarded Rancho Cucamonga-based Ferreira Construction Co. Inc. an estimated $2.7 million contract for Phase 1 of the State Route 138/14 Avenue K interchange improvements.
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Tucson Weekly
The heat waned some and it's dreamy and strange out. A kid violinist serenades, exhilarating Eastern-sounding modals and delicate danceable rhythms. The entire eastern sky blue-black, a worlds-colliding monsoon thunders in her direction.
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Fox 5 San Diego
Chula Vista police on Wednesday released the latest update in the search for Maya “May” Millete, the wife and mother of three who has been missing since January.
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WrestlingInc.com
Peter Avalon on training David Arquette for comeback in wrestling. Avalon talks Arquette's match against Nick Gage.
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KTLA
The top five least affordable cities for first-time homebuyers are all in California, according to a new Wallet Hub study. This segment aired July 28, 2021, as part of the weekly 5 Live segment
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Fox 5 San Diego
Authorities were chasing a driver through the San Gabriel Valley Wednesday afternoon. The chase started in the Inland Empire near the city of Fontana and then on Interstate 210 near Rancho Cucamonga,
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KTLA
A driver is in custody after an hourlong pursuit through the San Gabriel Valley Wednesday afternoon. The pursuit began when an officer from the Fontana Police Department attempted a traffic stop
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Los Angeles Times
The Dodgers are looking to acquire an ace-caliber pitcher such as Max Scherzer or Jose Barrios before Friday’s trade deadline. Here are some of their top trade chips.
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Max Scherzer ~ Dodger ~ Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
The Dodgers are looking to acquire an ace-caliber pitcher such as Max Scherzer or Jose Barrios before Friday’s trade deadline. Here are some of their top trade chips.
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Los Angeles Times ~ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim ~ Los Angeles Dodgers
Los Angeles Times
Here’s who you might run into at Hot Donna’s Clubhouse: a woman who started selling “girls gays & theys” shirts after being furloughed during the pandemic; a former contestant on a queer reality TV dating show;
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Los Angeles ~ Hot ~ LGBT
The Florida Times-Union on MSN.com
The Advocates Professional Golf Tour will bring 18 of its top players to the TPC Sawgrass Players Stadium Course this weekend.
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TPC at Sawgrass ~ Billy Horschel ~ American Public Gas Association
The Press-Enterprise
Also, Del Taco has a trio of cheesy new breakfast tacos, and Hops and Spokes Brewing Company in Yucaipa is celebrating its first anniversary this weekend.
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Business Insider
In collaboration with three Inland Empire universities, 50 local medical students were awarded scholarships from Inland Empire Health Plan's (IEHP) Healthcare Scholarship Fund (HSF), totaling $40 million over the next 5 years.
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Baseball America
Despite it all, the Dodgers have remained among MLB’s best teams and had the best run differential in the majors at the all-star break. At the same time, they clearly need help as the trade deadline approaches.
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True Blue L.A on MSN.com
Tuesday’s highlights across the Dodgers minor leagues include a long winning streak in Low-A, and a big game in Double-A. Double-A Tulsa centerfielder Donovan Casey tied a season high with four hits,
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Casey ~ Rancho Cucamonga ~ Donovan
Around The Foghorn
I spoke with SF Giants pitching prospect Ryan Murphy a couple of months ago about his hot start as a professional with a 2.19 ERA in five starts in May
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