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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
AZUSA — Firefighters appeared to be getting a handle on the Ranch2 Fire burning near Azusa, leading some to be diverted to battle fires in Northern California, a public information officer said ...
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KTLA
Five-year-old Jameson Miniex twisted his fingers into his curly hair, watching with rapt attention as a teacher in a blush-colored hijab read a book for the first day of school. Around him, other
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
People were dismayed when the 9-foot plastic dinosaur skeleton in a front lawn was broken. But he’s again greeting motorists and passersby in an array of silly outfits.
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KTLA
America City by the National Civic League for its efforts in the realms of health and well-being. The award was given to 10 cities across the United
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KTLA
American city by the National Civic League. The award was given to 10 cities across the United States for their efforts in addressing critical
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Forbes
The sole private passenger rail service in the U. S. got a green light from transit agencies to begin planning two extensions for its $5 billion high-speed train to Las Vegas.
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Champion Newspapers
Two men and a woman were jailed Thursday night on several charges after a police pursuit ended near Chino Avenue and Harkins Plaza, just west of the 71 Freeway in
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Champion Newspapers
A 16-year-old boy from Chino Hills was among three people arrested after three early-morning gas station robberies Aug. 11 in Rancho Cucamonga, according to the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department.
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The Press-Enterprise
The foothill city of 179,000 received the award Wednesday, Aug. 19, because of its progress in addressing civic engagement and creating stronger connections between government, residents, businesses and nonprofits.
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WLTX19
A helicopter pilot that was involved in a crash and died while fighting a massive brush fire in central California has been identified as 52-year-old Michael John Fournier of Rancho Cucamonga, CA, according to the Fresno County Sheriff's Office.
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CBS Boston / WBZ
Temperatures at San Buenaventura State Beach in Ventura were significantly cooler than inland cities Friday bringing visitors to the area.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
It’s a rare privilege to be the publisher of 11 daily local newspapers serving cities across Southern California. My job enables me to connect with people in a unique and personal way. What’s ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The city of Fontana is offering online arts programs in its new Fontana Arts at Home Edition. Activities include Kids’ Art Paint Nights, Family Paint Night and Make & Create. All programs will ...
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San Francisco Chronicle
The helicopter pilot who died fighting one of hundreds of wildfires raging across California was making water drops over hilly, rugged terrain when his aircraft suddenly plunged to the ground, leaving behind a grieving family as authorities begin a painstaking effort to try to determine what caused the tragedy.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The Clippers’ quest to bring a championship back to Los Angeles continues tonight with Game 3 of the first round series against the Dallas Mavericks in Florida.
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Fontana Herald News
Several months after the COVID-19 crisis began, many healthcare facilities, prisons, and jails in San Bernardino County remain vulnerable to coronavirus outbreaks.
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