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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
AZUSA — The arson-caused Ranch2 Fire, which has scorched 4,237 acres near Azusa in the past week, was 38% contained Thursday, authorities said. Crews coping with excessive heat had success ...
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Fox News
The California helicopter pilot who died after crashing during a water-dropping mission in Fresno County Wednesday has been identified as a 52-year-old father of two.
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CBS Los Angeles on MSN.com
A pilot for a private helicopter company based out of Ventura County was killed in a chopper crash near Fresno Wednesday morning while battling a wildfire there. The crash itself also sparked its own fire.
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Keywords:
Fresno ~ Rancho Cucamonga ~ Crash
Visalia Times-Delta
The Fresno County Sheriff’s Department has identified the helicopter pilot killed while fighting a wildfire in Coalinga on Wednesday as Michael John Fournier, 52, of Rancho Cucamonga. The Hills Fire,
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Community Impact Newspaper
The city was recognized for a number of city projects, including Franklin Tomorrow's On the Table events and The Fuller Story project.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The state’s political and elections watchdog agency approved a settlement between Los Angeles County and an anti-tax organization on Thursday, Aug. 20, requiring the county to pay $1.35 million ...
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KTLA
A man was killed and another was injured in a shooting in Maywood early Thursday, officials said. The incident occurred about 5:10 man, in the area of District Boulevard and Randolph Street,
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U.S. News & World Report
A helicopter pilot killed in a crash while fighting a California wildfire was identified as an employee of a contract aviation company who leaves behind a wife and two daughters.
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ABC7
A helicopter pilot who was killed while fighting a massive brush fire in Central California has been identified as 52-year-old Michael John Fournier of Rancho Cucamonga.
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ABC7
A helicopter pilot who was killed while fighting a massive brush fire in Central California has been identified as 52-year-old Michael John Fournier of Rancho Cucamonga.
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The Fresno Bee on MSN.com
The helicopter pilot killed while fighting a wildfire in Coalinga has been identified as Michael Fournier, 52, of of Rancho Cucamonga, the Fresno County Coroner’s Office announced Thursday morning. Fournier was the only person onboard his helicopter when it crashed Wednesday morning while battling the Hills Fire.
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PR Newswire
Fifty students in the Inland Empire will receive medical school scholarships this academic year thanks to the Healthcare Scholarship Fund
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KTLA
Amid an overall statewide decline in the average number of coronavirus infections in recent weeks, several prisons have reported massive spikes in infections as testing has expanded. At Folsom
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KTLA
A Pacific Gas & Electric Co. employee died while assisting crews responding to a massive Northern California wildfire, becoming the first confirmed death associated with the blaze, officials
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USA Today on MSN.com
Thousands of people remained under evacuation orders in regions around the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday as wildfires blazed across the state.
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Keywords:
California ~ Fire ~ Coalinga
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Joe Biden’s selection of Sen. Kamala Harris as his vice presidential running mate is a source of great pride for California Democrats, understandably so. Their reactions generally project that a ...
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