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A 32-year-old Rancho Cucamonga man was arrested on charges of DUI and manufacturing/selling an assault weapon, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.
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WFMZ-TV
For two decades, Young Visionaries Youth Leadership Academy (YVYLA) has worked tirelessly to support at-risk youth, enhancing their potential for academic, economic
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Dodgers Nation
Three Los Angeles Dodger prospects made MLB's Top 100 Prospects List despite the farm system not being as strong as in years past.
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The Press-Enterprise
ROME — The family of one of two Americans, both convicted of a fatal stabbing during a scuffle with an Italian police officer, on Thursday blasted the jury for ordering Italy’s harshest ...
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redlandscommunitynews
While walk-up individuals do not need to bring any additional information to a site, they should prepare to register in person, which will include answering health screening questions. Walk-ups may experience longer wait times and availability may vary based on site demand.
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PR Newswire
Throughout the past seven months, 1.3 million students across North America competed on behalf of their schools to master the most words
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Sports Illustrated
In an era when everyone throws gas, some of the most valuable arms in the game belong to guys who throw 60 mph.
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schoolconstructionnews
General contractor C.W. Driver Companies is hard at work on two modernization projects for the San Diego Unified School District at La Jolla Elementary School and the.
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SB Nation on MSN.com
Home runs and strikeouts stood out on the second day of minor league action, with two of three Dodgers affiliates picking up wins on Wednesday night. Player of the day Second baseman Michael Busch, the Dodgers No.
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The Press-Enterprise
Here are scores and highlights from Inland high school sports events on May 5. Paloma Valley 11, Ramona 3. WP: Gaunt. LP: Berber. Leading hitters: Wy. Bush (PV) 2-5, Shabert (PV) 2-3, McEvens (PV ...
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EURweb
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic in May 2020, Oliver Kellman’s heart and kidney failed. He required two transplants to survive. When he went to the hospital on May 14, thinking he would probably need dialysis,
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Charter Oak’s baseball team showed that it will be a force to be reckoned with in the Valle Vista League with a surprisingly easy 22-0 victory over West Covina on Wednesday in a game called ...
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The Press-Enterprise
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The Press-Enterprise
Undergraduate students in Cal Baptist University’s College of Engineering and College of Architecture, Visual Arts and Design celebrated earning their diplomas in a graduation ceremony Wednesday ...
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The Press-Enterprise
Also, there’s a new Latin restaurant in Ontario, and Juice It Up! is giving away smoothies to healthcare workers on Monday.
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Mountain Democrat
By Jon Coupal and Victor Gomez Californians are well aware of the heavy tax burden they bear for living in the Golden State. We have the highest income tax rate, highest state sales tax rate and highest gas tax in the nation.
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