More Local Rancho News and Sports from Sources Worldwide

ABC7 on MSN.com
A surge of COVID-19 cases in the Culver City Unified School District has forced the district to shut down all of its schools starting next week.
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Los Angeles ~ Culver City Unified School District ~ KABC-TV
LA Times on MSN.com
Santa Ana Foothill might be underestimated at first when you see them in warmups, but once the game starts, you begin to understand how the Knights have won 17 of 18 games this season."They're just tough,
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YAHOO!News
Two women, employed at a Kiddie Academy in Rancho Cucamonga, were arrested in connection to a child abuse allegation stemming from the poor treatment of an 8-month-old child in their care, who was neglected and reportedly sustained a skull fracture.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Los Angeles homeless count, originally scheduled for later this month, has been postponed to Feb. 22-24, amid the COVID-19 surge, the countywide homeless services authority announced Friday, Jan. 14.
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The San Bernardino Sun
Redlands is closing most government offices to the public beginning Tuesday, Jan. 18, to curtail the spread of COVID-19 in the community. Facilities including the A.K. Smiley Public Library, the Joslyn Center,
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The Press-Enterprise
The spike in employees calling out sick is worsening a staffing shortage that’s plagued employers through much of the pandemic
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KTLA on MSN.com
A teacher at a middle school in Redlands was arrested Friday for the sexual abuse of a student that began when the boy was 12 years old, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department
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KTLA ~ Redlands ~ Middle school
Fontana Herald News
Jesse Armendarez, a former member of the Fontana City Council, announced on Jan. 14 that he plans to run for the supervisor position in San Bernardino County’s 2nd District this
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Rancho Cucamonga distributed approximately 1,000 free COVID-19 test kits in an hour Friday, Jan. 14, amid the latest winter surge of coronavirus cases in the region. Residents wove through the Quakes Stadium parking lot before receiving one two-test kit per vehicle.
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KNX 1070 News Radio Los Angeles on MSN.com
Rancho Cucamonga Police arrested two childcare workers Friday, accusing them of trying to conceal the injuries of an 8-month-old who was in their care at the city’s “Kiddie Academy” last September.
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KTTV
Child care workers Rudie Megan Maldonado and Felicia Ann Ferra were arrested after an 8-month-old boy was hospitalized with a skull fracture. The pair is accused of conspiring to conceal the victim's injuries and child abuse.
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Los Angeles Times
Santa Ana Foothill might be underestimated at first when you see them in warmups, but once the game starts, you begin to understand how the Knights have won 17 of 18 games this season. “They’re just tough,
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Los Angeles Times ~ Knight ~ Foothill College
The Press-Enterprise
Two childcare workers in Rancho Cucamonga were arrested on suspicion of child abuse after an 8-month-old boy who was in their care went to the hospital with a skull fracture, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said Friday,
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Cycle News
The following is a press release from Dunlop Motorcycle Tires… Rancho Cucamonga, CA (January 13, 2022) — 2022 marks the 16th year of Team Dunlop Elite, one of the most iconic amateur motocross support programs in history.
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KTLA on MSN.com
Authorities are searching for more possible victims of two Rancho Cucamonga daycare workers arrested last year on suspicion of child abuse. Authorities investigated and arrested Rudie Megan
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Rancho Cucamonga ~ KTLA ~ Skull fracture
KTLA on MSN.com
Authorities are searching for more possible victims of two Rancho Cucamonga day care workers arrested on suspicion of child abuse. Authorities investigated Rudie Megan Maldonado, 29, and Felicia
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Rancho Cucamonga ~ KTLA ~ Skull fracture

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