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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The running of George Perez and Kamar Gabourel and some big plays on defense and special teams help the Lions improve their record to 3-2.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin on MSN.com
This spring, American Legion Post 835 in Rancho Cucamonga sent a quilt on the annual Run for the Wall, a motorcycle ride from California to Washington, D.C., to honor veterans and visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall.
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Run ~ Rancho Cucamonga ~ American Legion
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
This spring, American Legion Post 835 in Rancho Cucamonga sent a quilt on the annual Run for the Wall, a motorcycle ride from California to Washington, D.C., to honor veterans and visit the ...
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YAHOO!News
A 71-year-old former foster parent from Barstow was arrested on suspicion that he molested several children, a sheriff’s investigation revealed.
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Fontana Herald News
A teenager was hospitalized after being shot in Rancho Cucamonga on Sept. 14, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.
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Fontana Herald News
An armed convicted felon was arrested after a lethal force encounter in Rancho Cucamonga, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department.
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Yahoo
A 23-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of leading sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed pursuit then injuring a resident when she crashed her truck into a Hesperia home. The
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Comicbook.com
The Best Bout Machine reportedly ruffled some feathers at a recent All Elite Wrestling talent meeting. As reported by Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, AEW Executive Vice President and active wrestler Kenny Omega was one of the key speakers at a locker room meeting several weeks ago.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
A photo of Titus Tang of Ontario and one of Autumn Jazzele Lising of Chino are among about 500 in the Sept. 17 Times Square video presentation
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The Press-Enterprise
In an area boasting the likes of Duane’s, Greensleeves, Fleming’s and the Great Oak Steakhouse, this Inland Empire chain – with locations in Hemet, Moreno Valley, Rancho Cucamonga and Victorville – pulled off one of this year’s biggest upsets capturing this ultra-competitive category.
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MomsLA on MSN.com
If we are going to eat a giant meal, we might as well make ourselves feel better about it by getting some exercise in on the same day, so somebody thought up this wonderful idea of the Turkey Trot.
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Turkey ~ Southern California ~ Thanksgiving
Raleigh News & Observer
Raleigh and Durham area high school coaches see progress from Triangle schools committed to elevating their football programs, and that includes recruiting top local players.
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Los Angeles Daily News on MSN.com
Here are previews and predictions for the top local football games Friday. On paper, there are numerous similarities between these two unbeaten teams. But there are three things that stand out the most.
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High school football ~ New York Daily News ~ Los Angeles County
KLAS Las Vegas on MSN.com
For Las Vegas, the threat of a rail strike dredged up century-old strike history and an opportunity to look at the city's current relationship with railroads.
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Rail ~ Las Vegas ~ Mark
Fontana Herald News
After being dark for more than two years, Lewis Family Playhouse is glad to welcome back local residents to the theater for its 15th season, which starts this month.
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KTLA on MSN.com
Police are asking for the public’s help after someone opened fire on two teenagers in Rancho Cucamonga Wednesday night, wounding one of them. The shooting was reported around 9:17 p.m. at the 7100
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Rancho Cucamonga ~ Shot ~ Local news

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