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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A new documentary, “Zappa,” tells the story of rock musician and composer Frank Zappa. Represented through a trove of home movies, filmed interviews and more from the family’s vaults, Zappa ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of the some of Ontario’s mainstay holiday events, including the Christmas tree lighting ceremony, holiday sing-a-long and the Euclid Craft Fair. But standing in their glory, with restored statues ...
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Baylor Bears
Eli Morris (men's track & field) and Jordan Turner (men's basketball) have been selected as the Student-Athlete
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The Press-Enterprise
Just less than a month after Election Day, San Bernardino County officials finished counting every vote and certified the election totals Tuesday, Dec. 1. Countywide, that’s 1,702,764 votes, with 63% of those being mail ballots.
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KTLA
More than a million students who apply to the 23-campus California State University system annually will now have 11 extra days to submit their applications after the deadline was extended to Dec.
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KESQ News
Keith Russell Tyerman, 33, was arrested at his Yucca Valley home on Nov 10 after being accused of sexually assaulting a three-week-old infant
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
San Bernardino County saw a record day-over-day increase of coronavirus-positive hospital patients, according to state data released Tuesday, Dec. 1. As of Monday, Nov. 30, there are now 75 more ...
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KTLA
A pedestrian was injured and his two dogs were killed when they were struck by a suspected impaired driver in Rancho Cucamonga over the weekend, police said Tuesday. The incident occurred as the
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
An associate pastor at Water of Life Community Church in Fontana died Monday, Nov. 30, of complications from COVID-19 days after he was diagnosed with the coronavirus, according to a statement ...
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Credit Union Insight
According to Credit Union of New Jersey President/CEO Andrew Jaeger, payments are a key strategic offering in the pursuit of member engagement and profitability. As such, it became essential for the 37,
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
U.S. stocks rose broadly in morning trading Tuesday, sending the S&P 500 toward another record high, as investors focus on the possibility that coronavirus vaccines could soon help usher in a ...
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Rubber and Plastics News
As the year winds to a close, tire dealers throughout the U.S. find themselves coping with a growing dichotomy—rising consumer demand versus product shortages and looming price increases. According to nearly every market forecast,
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What Culture
While plenty of wrestling chatter and general life chatter is to be expected from Matt and Nick Jackson in Killing the Business, one element that maybe was not expected in this book is the detailing of the seemingly haunted house the Young Bucks grew up in.
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KTTV
Christmas tree lots and farms are reporting early and enthusiastic interest. At Olympic Christmas Trees, in Rancho Cucamonga, the owner told FOX 11 they ordered about a third less trees because of the pandemic.
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East Bay Times
Joseph McLaughlin had picked up a rock but didn’t throw it at the deputy who was chasing him on foot through some scrub in Twentynine Palms. He was shot three times from behind.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Chargers coach Anthony Lynn struggled to keep track of the many play-clock blunders that occurred during the Chargers’ 27-17 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. A flustered Lynn took the post ...
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