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Pasadena Star-News
Pasadena officials have picked their ideal plan and company to develop affordable housing on the vacant site across the street from City Hall, owned by Pasadena Water and Power, but it’s not
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Daily Mail
Dennis Mayfield, 61 [left], admitted to fatally shooting Rialto Sgt. Gary Wolfley [right] in the face in 1986 but said he had feared for his life. Prosecutors want him reevaluated for fitness to undergo a retrial.
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Daily Mail
Dennis Mayfield, 61 [left], admitted to fatally shooting Rialto Sgt. Gary Wolfley [right] in the face in 1986 but said he had feared for his life. Prosecutors want him reevaluated for fitness to undergo a retrial.
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Orange County Register
The housing market rebound extended into September, with sales up 22% and prices rising 15% from year-ago levels, according to DQ News/CoreLogic’s September report.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
San Bernardino County prosecutors want to retry Dennis Mayfield even though he suffered a stroke on San Quentin’s death row and suffers from permanent brain damage that limits his cognitive
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
With debate swirling over California’s tough pandemic-limiting tactics, new federal job stats show the state has the nation’s third-highest unemployment rate. Many business leaders think Gov.
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The Press-Enterprise
Mamá Por Dios, a “Mexican bistro,” has opened at 12225 Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga. It’s the former home of Rock & Brews, which closed a little over a year ago. The owners have transformed the space into an Instagram paradise, with large murals ...
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Digital Journal
Syntech Group, a trusted provider of IT products and services to enterprises in the US, announces a partnership with Untethered Labs to distribute the GateKeeper Proximity Authentication platform to law enforcement agencies for automating password management and locking MDCs when unattended as required by the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) compliance policy.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Q: Donna Vera bought a used car and while doing the ownership transfer, she said she learned the car had back registration fees owed that she couldn’t afford to pay. She asked if there is a way ...
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East Bay Times
An Aug. 25 transfer order from Corcoran State Prison, where Mayfield was housed due to his medical condition before his move to the West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga to await a new trial, classified him as “totally disabled.” A clinician ...
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Do mail-in ballots cause fraud? The answer depends on who — or, for the past week in California— which party you ask. California Republicans have been scrutinized as of late for distributing ...
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Albert J. “Bud” Dowdle, 88, of Iron Mountain, passed away on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020, at ManorCare Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Kingsford from complications of Alzheimer’s and Covid-19. Albert was born on Jan.
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CareerArc
The Territory Account Executive is the catalyst behind Frontier Communications' success as an organization. As a consultative sales professional, the Territory Account Executive is responsible for driving revenue growth and bringing in net new business from prospects and current customers into
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Yahoo! Sports
Lane, 47, was killed when struck by a car near Mineral Wells, Texas, on Monday. Lane had worked for Funny Car driver Bob Tasca III prior to taking a job late last season with Pedregon. The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series community suffered a tragic loss on Oct.
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Savannah Morning News
Georgia Southern’s Derrick Canteen, Beau Johnson and Anthony Wilson are on the first 2020 FWAA Freshman All-American Watch List, released Tuesday by
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
For the first time in 28 years, Montclair voters will not see Carolyn Raft’s name on their ballots. Raft, 73, who has served on the City Council for nearly three decades straight, is retiring ...
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