More Local Rancho News and Sports from Sources Worldwide

The San Bernardino Sun
A 29-year-old Fontana man was arrested on suspicion of murder Wednesday, June 24, in the death of a Pomona resident, police said. Luis Enriquez “Lazy” Martinez was booked into West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga,
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The San Bernardino Sun
Deputies took Oscar Villa, 25, of Rancho Cucamonga, into custody and booked him into the West Valley Detention Center, where he was held in lieu of $250,000 bail, San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department officials said in a news release. Prosecutors say he ...
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The San Bernardino Sun
Three Inland Empire cities are taking precautions to make certain their Independence Day fireworks shows are safe for all who want to watch in person, but one medical expert fears the holiday celebrations could lead to a spike in coronavirus cases even with preventative measures in place.
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The Press-Enterprise
Members of amateur radio clubs affiliated with the American Radio Relay League, including clubs in Riverside and San Bernardino counties, will participate in the annual Field Day exercise 11 a.m ...
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SFGate
This article, Etiwanda basketball's Jahmai Mashack thrives despite heartbreak, setbacks , was first published onMag.com . Etiwanda's Jahmai Mashack will likely end up playing for a big-time college basketball program,
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Tesla Motors Club
i just received mine today from service center, unopened. These are the Zero-G +40 offset wheels and tires that fit the AWD/RWD wheels. i will not be installing due to selling the 3 for the Y. local pickup only in rancho cucamonga, ca make an offer.
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Digital Journal
As the world adjusts to a new normal, it is important that everyone does their part to give back to the local community. Drain Experts, a local plumbing company in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, has been doing its part to help the local community that they love,
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Sports Illustrated
The UW player's challenge is to add or maintain his minutes at a highly competitive position. He fills a specific role.
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MLB
“My full expectation is that we will start at USC, and then at some point, when students start potentially arriving on campus, we’re looking into, most likely, going to Rancho [Cucamonga, home of the Dodgers’ Class A affiliate] at that point in time, ...
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The Architect's Newspaper
The Boring Company has been selected to dig the newest airport loop between Rancho Cucamonga to the Ontario International Airport in California.
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Los Angeles Times
Graduation is not quite the same this year. At high school and college processions, the annual rite is now done by car in the time of the coronavirus. COVID versions of commencements were on ...
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Sacramento Bee
They’ve resisted the stay-at-home order, denounced contact tracing as government control and disregarded a statewide mask mandate.
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Credit Union Insight
As credit union branches closed in response to the COVID-19 health crisis in March and April, members’ primary interaction with credit unions was occurring either via the drive-thru or the ATM. “People felt safe using an ATM because there was no physical contact with a teller and they were able to maintain social distancing,
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Los Angeles Times
Andrew Friedman wouldn't disclose the number of people who tested positive for coronavirus, but did say that at least one is a Dodgers player. He said none had “problematic” symptoms.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
LifeStream Blood Bank and the American Red Cross have community blood drives scheduled June 26 through June 29 in Chino, Upland, Fontana and Rancho Cucamonga. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, both organizations require all blood donors to wear a face covering and submit to a temperature check,
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ESPN
Dodgers president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman confirmed in a virtual chat Thursday that some members of the organization tested positive for COVID-19, but he did not say whether any of them were active players.
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