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The San Bernardino Sun
San Bernardino High School student Jannah Parafina won first place in this year’s competition for high school students
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Congressional district ~ San Bernardino ~ California
Hey SoCal on MSN.com
Clayton Kershaw allowed one run and five hits over five innings Friday evening in his first game at Dodger Stadium since April 30 in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 2-1 10-inning […]
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Clayton Kershaw ~ Dodger Stadium ~ Dodger
SB Nation on MSN.com
UFC Austin’s Kevin Holland believes he will become champion after seeing the future during a recent psychedelic mushroom trip.
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Netherlands ~ In the Future ~ Psilocybin mushroom
Champion Newspapers
Pee Wee sports to begin in Chino Hills The City of Chino Hills will host several pee wee sports programs for children ages 3 to 8. Cost is $45.  •Baseball, ages 3 to 5, Saturdays, June 18 to July 30,
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Daily Mail
Peter McGuire, 59, of Chino Hills, is accused of 'putting out' one of the victim's eyes as well as 'disabling' her tongue and slitting her nose, ear and lip. He pleaded not guilty.
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The Real Deal
Rancho Cucamonga-based firm Income Property Investments bought a Motel 6 location near Los Angeles International Airport. The 266–room property at 5101 West Century Boulevard in Inglewood sold for $46 million,
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lawandcrime
Peter Anthony McGuire was arrested and charged with a slew of felonies for allegedly holding a woman captive in his home and repeatedly raping and torturing her.
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MyNewsLA on MSN.com
Clayton Kershaw is scheduled to pitch at Dodger Stadium for the first time since April 30 Friday evening when the Los Angeles Dodgers face the Cleveland Guardians to begin a three-game series. The Dodgers placed Kershaw on the injured list May 13 because of right sacroiliac joint inflammation,
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Clayton Kershaw ~ Dodger Stadium ~ Start
East Bay Times
Questions remain about how the deadly shootout happened, and whether the man accused of killing 2 police officers should have been in prison at the time.
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The Victoria Advocate
Growing up in a family filled with baseball players, Brandon Galindo knew that he would one day follow in their footsteps. However, the California native didn’t know that playing the same sport would take him over 1,
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CBSSports.com
De Jesus went 4-for6 with a home run, a triple, a double, four total RBI and four total runs for High-A Great Lakes against Wisconsin on Thursday. De Jesus began the campaign with Single-A Rancho Cucamonga before being promoted to High-A Great Lakes on May 31.
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Gardena Valley News
When the coronavirus struck the world in late 2019, the year this virus and the Coronavirus Disease was discovered in Wuhan, China then spread throughout the entire world, but the state of emergency finally called by then President Donald Trump in mid-March forcing shutdowns of almost everything,
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The Press-Enterprise
Questions remain about how the deadly shootout happened, and whether the man accused of killing 2 police officers should have been in prison at the time.
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El Monte ~ Violation ~ The Press-Enterprise
Officer
El Monte Cpl. Michael Domingo Paredes had been a full-time officer with the department since July 2000, and Officer Joseph Anthony Santana joined in 2021.
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SB Nation on MSN.com
A split doubleheader prevented a clean sweep for the Dodgers’ affiliates Wednesday. As it were, each team still came away with a win, with four of the five game ending in the win column. Player(s) of the Day The pitching staff of the Loons combined to shutout Wisconsin (Brewers) on one hit and two walks,
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East Bay Times
Two El Monte police officers shot and killed Tuesday night while responding to a report of a stabbing at a motel were identified by city and county coroner’s officials Wednesday
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